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Commercial Building

The most important items for commercial landscape maintenance vary according to the needs of the property. Are you a property manager? Do you manage a HOA? Are you in charge of a municipality? Or Are You a Retailer or a Corporation? If so… you can benefit from commercial landscape maintenance. Like most commercial entities, you don’t have the time or expertise to keep your garden and flower beds in perfect condition all year long but you know it’s important for your image. A commercial landscaper can help you with weed control, soil cultivation, edge definition, raking, flower care, mowing, trimming, and a bunch more…

Tree Management

Professional landscapers are trained in the art and science of planting and maintaining your trees while also helping to reduce your property’s liability risk. They can care for your trees through all stages of its life from planting, pruning, cabling, relocation, and removal.

Irrigation Management

Throughout the year your professional landscapers will be in charge of irrigation management, they will inspect your commercial property’s irrigation system to make adjustments and repairs as needed. As weather changes, it’s important to calibrate and optimize your system’s settings to take certain weather into account. Small upgrades to existing water systems, including installation of drip irrigation and smart controllers that monitor weather conditions, can make big differences in water usage and utility bills.

Upkeep of Walkways and Paths

Shrub lines along walkways, well-placed arbors, and other landscape features can help make it clear to clients exactly where they are supposed to enter your building. Properly designed landscapes perform this function and allow clear lines of vision necessary for safe and efficient traffic and pedestrian movement. Landscaped areas used by people should be free of low limbs, thorn-bearing plants, overgrown shrub beds or tripping hazards such as pot holes, irrigation heads or plant stumps. Your professional landscapers will make sure all of these area will be taken care of.

An Organic Approach To Commercial Landscape Maintenance

Businesses increasingly demand natural methods of fertilizing and pest control for landscape maintenance over the use of poisons and chemicals. Your professional landscaper will recommend this organic approach for reducing harmful impacts on the environment. There are laws and regulations against some chemicals and pesticides for your business. Your landscaper will be aware of all rules and regulation in your area. The primary federal statutes that give the EPA the authority to regulate pesticides are the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) and the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA). Non -chemical methods such as the use of natural organisms or removing food sources are very effective. Most professional landscapers use low emission tools and equipment and introduces drought-tolerant native plants to thrive in your landscape.

Snow / Ice Removal

When you have snow and ice, a professional landscaper can come out and apply calcium chloride and/or salt applications in addition to plowing and/or shoveling your area or parking lot. They can also help with pre/post storm surface treatment(s) along with snow removal after the storm.

Is your property not receiving the attention it deserves? Are you tired of overpaying for subpar service? First Green Landscaping provides the best value for professional lawn care and landscaping services in the Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky area. No property is too big or too small for First Green Landscaping.

Contact us (859-292‐8556) today for a free consultation!

About First Green Commercial Landscaping

First Green Commercial Landscaping is a locally owned leading provider of lawn care and landscaping services in the Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky area. We provide superior customer service and strive to build long term business relationships with our clients.

  • Lawn Care
  • Landscape Maintenance
  • Snow Removal

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