Most landscapers see commercial property maintenance as a one-size-fits-all endeavor. They focus on what they can see right now: grass needs to be mowed, and leaves need to be raked. But as our Vice President, Mike Fitzpatrick, says: “Anybody can mow a lawn, or pick up the trash.” What sets U.S. Lawns apart is our extensive knowledge of agronomics: we know what your landscape needs now and what it will need years from now in order to stay healthy and flourish. We aren’t just landscapers; we’re also stewards of the environment. Here, learn more about how our crews ensure your property gets what it needs to last for many years to come.
A Careful Initial Assessment
Before we provide any commercial property maintenance services, we do a careful walkthrough of your grounds, taking in everything from the variety of grass, to the condition of your soil, to the state of your irrigation system. Not only do all of these factors help us generate an accurate and reasonable estimate, they give us an idea of which services you need now and which services you’ll need in six months, a year, even years into the future. Planning ahead ensures that you’ll be able to put your landscaping budget to use most effectively.
And, of course, planning ahead after a careful initial assessment sets us apart from the competition. Mike Fitzpatrick explains: “Many landscapers give you their landscape package, but U.S. Laws customizes everything based on the customer’s needs.”
Commercial Property Maintenance Services You Didn’t Know You Needed
Agronomic services don’t just factor in how your landscape looks above the ground; they also address things happening underground. Like us, plants of all varieties need the right nutrition and environment to thrive. If you’ve invested in a beautiful landscape, don’t let it wither by just tending to what you can see on the surface.
Mike Fitzpatrick elaborates on how U.S. Lawns uses agronomics: “Our team considers things like what type of feeding the plants need, how to keep them properly fed and watered – just like people. When it’s time for severe pruning vs. trims. Rotational schedules for plant material, as well as monitoring whether trees and shrubs are getting too big for where they’re planted.”
Aren’t sure where to start when it comes to the health of your landscape? Let us make a plan for you. You can count on our seasoned experts to carefully assess all of these variables, and many others, to keep your landscape in great health year-round.
Contact U.S. Lawns today to learn more about our agronomic commercial property maintenance services.