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Frequently Asked Questions

Commercial Landscape Maintenance costs can be influenced by a few things:

What type of services do you want to have performed?
Mowing, weeding, mulching, and leaf removal are the most basic services and can be relatively inexpensive. Adding specialized services like lawn programs, seasonal flowers, or irrigation policies can increase annual costs.

How often do you require service?
When properties mandate a flat number of visits, it can drive costs up. When typical weather conditions in the area are considered, properties can reduce the overall number of visits needed and still keep the property manicured.

How large is your property?
The final cost factor is property size. It takes more people and equipment to service property with 10 acres of grounds than it does to service one with 1 acre.

It is important to remember that contract prices may seem expensive, but when the annual maintenance cost is compared to the initial investment to plant the property or the cost to replace landscaping that has been allowed to decline, maintenance is an affordable and necessary form of insurance for your property.

Landscaping is something that many can do passably, but few can do expertly. However, there are several good reasons for working with a professional.

A commercial landscaping expert will be able to identify the best solutions for your property. Working with a professional also presents you with more options. The Complete Landscaping Service team is fully qualified to do the work necessary to elevate your property and landscape.

Lighting a commercial property is something that many can do passably, but few can do expertly. You could string up a few exterior lamps and consider the job done. However, there are several good reasons for working with a professional.

A commercial lighting expert will be able to identify the best way to illuminate your property and make it feel more accessible to visitors. The effect may be subtle, but it’s significant. Working with a professional also presents you with more options. The Complete Landscaping Service team is fully qualified to do the electrical work necessary to install smarter, more integrated systems that work for your business.

Each property is different from the next, and with a tailored turn-key plan from Complete Landscaping Service, you can know and trust the people who are working on your property. From full-scope landscape maintenance services and property enhancements to larger design/build projects and new construction, we have the experience and craftsmanship to handle every landscape need that may arise.

A master plan is a comprehensive document outlining all aspects of a facility’s landscaping and hardscaping. This includes its lawn and landscaped areas, irrigation, lighting, water features, walkways, masonry and outdoor structures — and more. A master plan may look far into the future, outlining possible upgrades and expansions as the needs of your business grow. A master plan includes conceptual models and diagrams, but more than that, it lays out a philosophy and a vision for the property.

Effective master planning requires the coordinated efforts of architects, horticulturalists, contractors and other professionals. A master plan will show how these components fit together to achieve a harmonious design. Some things that a master plan will consider include:

  • The orientation of your building and the elevation and grading of your property
  • How best to maximize sun exposure and shady spaces to not only make the most of the living space but to get the maximum and most healhty growth from your landscape
  • A site’s soil conditions and climate, and the type of plants and flowers that will thrive in them with the least amount of work
  • Drainage issues and whether or not an irrigation system should be considered
  • How people will move through the space and the potential features they will benefit from most

Master planning is often overlooked in commercial landscaping. While many contractors and business owners will start a project with a clear vision, a master plan provides context and understanding that can reveal potential issues early on, while ensuring that all elements come together in a way that makes sense.

In commercial landscape design, master planning is both a conceptual and a strategic tool. Thorough planning will make a project go smoother, reducing the risk of delays and cost overruns. It can also save you money by identifying ways to cut costs, options for streamlining workflows, and opportunities to buy materials in bulk.

While it’s possible to renovate an exterior space without a comprehensive master plan, the best commercial landscape design specialists will always take the time to draw one up before work begins.

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