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.