By Chris Darnell

Front Entranceway Landscaping Ideas to Make Your Property Stand Out

Your front entranceway is the first impression that people get of your property—so it should be something that “wows.” The truth is the front of your property sets the tone for the entire experience—good or bad. In the same way that a spectacular front entryway can draw in guests, tenants, or residents, an unkempt or […]

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By Chris Darnell

Common Commercial Landscaping Mistakes You Can Prevent

Your commercial landscaping can have the ability to greatly enhance your property’s overall value and enjoyment. But that’s assuming that it’s well-designed, thoughtfully installed, and properly cared for. On the flip side, when the commercial landscape becomes messy—or unnecessary mistakes were made—it can actually start to hurt your property value. Here are a few of […]

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By Chris Darnell

5 Tenant Retention Landscaping Ideas for your Commercial Property

Your commercial property’s landscape and your tenant’s happiness are inextricably linked—whether they realize it or not. Amazing and beautiful outdoor spaces are valuable and help to maintain long-term, happy tenants. We’ve rounded up 5 of our best tenant retention landscaping ideas for your commercial property. Add an Outdoor Break/Amenity Space It’s no surprise that people […]

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By Chris Darnell

Benefits of Commercial Tree Care

The trees on your commercial property are a valuable asset. They can provide a number of benefits including aesthetics, wind control, privacy, and of course, shade. That includes both shade for people spending time outdoors as well as shade for your building itself—which can translate to energy savings. With all of the value that trees […]

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By Chris Darnell

Should you take on a Multi-Year Landscape Contract?

Managing a commercial property is no small chore. We know there is a lot that goes into maintaining the health of a large property, especially its landscape. While there are many routes available, every property manager knows there is no avoiding the inevitability of hiring a commercial landscape company well suited to meet their needs. […]

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By Chris Darnell

Using Biophilia to Improve your Commercial Landscape

Biophilia is the hypothesis that there is a human tendency to interact or be closely associated with other forms of life in nature. In non-academic terms, the scientific community has put forward evidence that humans instinctively bond with plant life, and feel better for it. When it comes to biophilic landscape design, it is an […]

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By Chris Darnell

5 Signs you need to change your Landscape Provider

Every year we encounter prospective clients moving away from a landscape provider due to a poor experience. Whether it be poor communication, and a lack of reliability, or simply poor workmanship, there are a variety of factors that lead to the ending of a landscape provider – client relationship. Luckily for property managers, business owners […]

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By Chris Darnell

3 Ways to Maintain the Curb Appeal of your Commercial Property Year-Round

It’s a no brainer that on your commercial property, curb appeal reigns supreme. The idea that for a property to be perceived in a positive light, it needs to look aesthetically pleasing from the street, is not new. Traditionally curb appeal was thought to be a way in which to attract a buyer for a […]

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By Chris Darnell

Top 3 Reasons to Choose Sustainable Landscape Designs in the New Year

The first question you probably have as you read the title of this is, “What is a sustainable landscape design?” A sustainable landscape design evaluates every aspect of the landscape with the goal to reduce your negative environmental impact, while including features that are beneficial to the natural world and beautiful at the same time. […]

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By Chris Darnell

Mulching Commercial Properties

Applying fresh mulch is practically a rite of spring for commercial properties in Dallas, and there are good reasons why. Mulch acts as a protective barrier — it locks in moisture to nourish plants, and keeps out weeds to help with ongoing maintenance efforts. But once mulch is past its prime it loses its luster […]

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