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Featured Image for Post: The Biggest Trees In Ann Arbor

April 22, 2018

The Biggest Trees In Ann Arbor

Have you ever seen an aerial photo of your neighborhood or flown directly overhead? One of the most common reactions people have to seeing familiar streets from above is a surprise at how many trees there are. Especially when the canopy of the maples, oaks, and elms are at their summertime peak, your neighborhood is […]

Featured Image for Post: Commercial Property Challenges Solved

April 16, 2018

Commercial Property Challenges Solved

  Most commercial property managers will eventually admit that sometimes the landscaping around the building is the last of their concerns. When the lawn mowing comes up against health and safety concerns, probably the grass is just going to get a little long.

Featured Image for Post: 5 Ways to Trim Your HOA Landscaping Budget

April 11, 2018

5 Ways to Trim Your HOA Landscaping Budget

Home Owners Associations often find themselves stuck between landscaping costs and benefits. It may be tempting to cut landscaping corners, but skipping maintenance or upkeep isn’t a great way to save money.

Featured Image for Post: Going Native: Using Native Plants in Your Landscape

April 8, 2018

Going Native: Using Native Plants in Your Landscape

Deciding on the design and structure of an outdoor landscape can be one of the most challenging, but also most important, decisions you can make for your residential or commercial property. Choosing the best elements to fill your landscape can have lasting social, ecological, and economic benefits that improve life for everyone around.

Featured Image for Post: A Dedicated Landscape Account Manager

April 2, 2018

A Dedicated Landscape Account Manager

Taking care of the landscaping around even a moderately sized home is time-consuming, physically exhausting and frequently frustrating. You need someone who can assist you and help you make decisions before you realize you need to make them. Having a dedicated landscape account manager can help you by anticipating your needs.

Featured Image for Post: How To Prevent Sticker Shock After Your Estimate

March 28, 2018

How To Prevent Sticker Shock After Your Estimate

Whether you’re running a commercial or residential property, the landscaping for your property is something that you shouldn’t ignore. The landscape is the first thing people will see, which means, if it’s in shabby shape or simply doesn’t catch the eye, it can leave a poor first impression.

Featured Image for Post: Commerical Landscape Spring Ideas

March 23, 2018

Commerical Landscape Spring Ideas

There’s a good chance that you didn’t do much in the way of landscaping over the winter. There’s really not much you can do, especially if it’s snowing. However, once the snow begins to melt away and the temperatures begin going back up, you’re likely going to want to get your landscape back in shape […]

Featured Image for Post: A Landscape Contractor Should Plant Your Trees and Shrubs

March 17, 2018

A Landscape Contractor Should Plant Your Trees and Shrubs

Adding trees and shrubs to the landscape is not an everyday occurrence, in fact, planting trees in your yard is something you rarely do. Unless you move onto a new property, you might not plant trees at all. This is especially true if the original trees were selected correctly and planted properly. Trees and shrubs […]

Featured Image for Post: What Does your Commercial Landscape Curb Appeal Say to Your Customers?

March 3, 2018

What Does your Commercial Landscape Curb Appeal Say to Your Customers?

You have only one chance, 7 seconds, to make a good impression with your curb appeal. First impressions set the tone for all the relationships that follow; in business, this can make a big difference in helping you attract and retain clients.

Featured Image for Post: DIY or Professional Landscaping Services

February 27, 2018

DIY or Professional Landscaping Services

When you finally leave the 9-5 grind and you have an entire weekend in front of you, for some people, the last thing you want to do is spend your entire weekend working on your yard. Granted, it’s not that hard to run a lawn mower every other week, water the grass and sprinkle it […]