Is your commercial landscape looking lackluster? Brighten it up by improving its health! U.S. Lawns has been providing lawn maintenance services to commercial properties for years, and we’re ready to do the same for you. Here are a few of the ways we immediately get to work on improving the health of our clients’ landscapes.
#1 Maximize Your Irrigation System
Improper watering is the culprit behind many common problems like dry and patchy grass, wilting flowers, and so forth. We can evaluate your existing irrigation system to ensure that it’s operating at peak efficiency. Oftentimes, we find that our customers’ irrigation systems have broken sprinkler heads or cracked pipes that they’re totally unaware of. We can spot problems like these and can often provide simple repairs as part of our lawn maintenance services.
If your system is in good working order but still isn’t meeting your needs, we can help you install a new irrigation system that could even save you money over time. We’re big fans of “smart” irrigation systems that shut themselves on and off based on atmospheric conditions and readings from soil sensors — greatly reducing wasted water — unlike traditional timer-based systems that turn on and off regardless of how moist the soil already is. Our teams are fully capable of installing these systems and maintaining them throughout every season.
#2 Plan Ahead
Planning ahead is a smart way to get the most out of your landscaping budget. A little bit of forethought can allow you access to valuable goods and services like the plants you want, quick winter storm cleanup, and more. Planning ahead will also prepare you for contingencies like draught or extra rainfall, helping to ensure that your property will be ready to handle the changes. One of the best parts of working with U.S. Lawns is that we plan months – sometimes years – in advance. This allows us to provide our customers with many valuable lawn maintenance services, from getting the most out of seasonal plants to making larger improvements over time.
#3 Evaluate the Health of Your Soil
Many landscapes look dull because the soil isn’t providing the necessary nutrients to plants. This could be because fertilizer is needed or because the soil isn’t properly aerated. Clay soils, for instance, do not allow air to pass, and need to be broken up a bit to introduce oxygen to the material. An aeration machine pokes holes in the lawn, reducing compaction, and allowing natural processes to take place. U.S. Lawns does a thorough job of assessing the state of our clients’ soil, and we’ll work with you to develop a plan to maximize the nutrition your plants are getting.
These are just a few of the ways you can improve your landscape’s health with our lawn maintenance services. Contact U.S. Lawns today to learn how to get started.