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3 Tips for Managing Multiple Property Landscapes

Managing multiple properties is no easy feat and adding landscape maintenance to the mix makes your job all the harder. Since every piece of real estate is different, it can be a real challenge when you have several different landscapes to maintain. You may have to find multiple companies for different lawn maintenance services, drive around to make sure all issues are addressed, and budget everything to make sure all your landscape needs are taken care of. These tasks can quickly become burdensome and take away time and money that could have been used elsewhere. Fortunately, we have some tips to help you manage multiple properties’ landscapes. Here’s a closer look at how U.S. Lawns can help you.

Assess Each Landscape’s Specific Needs

In order to accurately determine the special requirements of each individual landscape, schedule walk-throughs with a commercial landscape professional. By having an expert there with you to point out specific things about your grounds, you can assess what each property needs. At U.S. Lawns, we want to make sure we have a plan in place for every individual property our customers own, so these walk-throughs are very beneficial.

Since we offer a vast amount of landscaping and lawn maintenance services that can help you manage multiple properties, a plan that directly correlates with each property saves you time and money because you know each location is being taken care of properly. From trimming shrubs and mowing lawns to planting flowers and placing trees, we have the experience to help you maintain all your landscapes.

Create a Budget that Reflects Each Property

Once we’ve identified which services are necessary for each property, we can discuss budgets. It is important to distinguish what your landscape needs to stay healthy and vibrant, and what you want for your landscapes to add aesthetic value. Services that landscapes often need are things like irrigation maintenance, lawn mowing, debris removal, fall and spring cleanup, and other basics that’ll keep your properties looking consistently maintained, through any season or weather.

Once those required landscape and lawn maintenance services are incorporated into your budget, the leftover funds can be used for landscape enhancements, which have the potential to add a lot of value to your properties. Enhancements include mulching, replacing old vegetation, and adding color-coordinated plants to your landscapes. Both maintenance services and enhancements are important in having a healthy and beautiful landscape at each and every property you own. We can work with you to create a plan that includes both, within your budget.

Use Consistent, Quality Landscapers

When you enlist the services of a commercial landscaper, you want one that won’t just work for you but also with you to maintain all of your properties’ landscapes. Here at U.S. Lawns, we make sure we work with all our customers by utilizing proactive, two-way communication. This means our commercial landscape professionals will make note of anything that needs to be addressed about your landscape, will always be prepared for the job, and will provide answers to any questions you may have regarding your grounds care. By facilitating this kind of communication, we can stay ahead on your landscaping services and potentially save you money by addressing potential issues before they actually become problems.

At U.S. Lawns, we are dedicated to customer service and have a constant goal of 100% client retention. We work with property managers to make sure they have the landscape and lawn maintenance services they need to keep their commercial properties looking up to par for their tenants and customers.

For more information about our landscape and lawn maintenance services, contact your nearest U.S. Lawns.

 

  • December 3, 2018
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