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Get Your Property Noticed with Landscape Lighting

Get Your Property Noticed with Landscape Lighting

As the days get shorter, commercial properties may feel less and less welcoming if key features and outdoor spaces are not lit with landscape lighting. We take for granted that public spaces will be well-lit after dark, but pole lights and high voltage bollards often don't highlight the more intimate features of a community or property. Low voltage accent lighting is designed to softly brighten outdoor spaces, making it inviting visually. Lighting Makes Outdoor Spaces Inviting Extending indoor living spaces into nature makes creating safe, well-lit outdoor spaces a new priority for property…continue reading →
Master Plan Today for a Beautiful Spring

Master Plan Today for a Beautiful Spring

Can you imagine building a house without any plans?  How would you know if the end result fits your needs or if it is within your budget without a plan?  Once upon a time, there were probably plans for the landscaping at your property.  Those plans probably showed what plants to use and where to put them.  They may have also outlined proper planting techniques and diagrammed play areas or outdoor seating spaces too.  But I bet those plans are long gone now.  And things in the landscape have grown, died, or changed. …continue reading →
Employee Spotlight: Jenna Laidley

Employee Spotlight: Jenna Laidley

Meet Jenna Laidley!  Jenna is our Accounts Receivable Manager and Senior Contract Administrator and has been with Complete Landscaping for over 5 years.  She has taken on every opportunity she has been given at Complete without hesitation, making her an integral part of our team.  Her determination has helped her thrive in any role she has been placed in. This same determination guided her through her lacrosse career back at Huntington High School before she graduated in 2012. She spent 3 years studying political science at Catholic University until 2015 when Jenna started…continue reading →
Winter Tree Pruning-Shape Up for Spring

Winter Tree Pruning-Shape Up for Spring

 As a property manager or owner, what are some of the things that come to mind when you look outside at the landscape?  Maybe you’re thinking that the grass needs to be cut or the shrubs need pruning.  Maybe you’re reminded it’s time to pick up leaves or plant flowers.  Sometimes trees get overlooked until we see damage from a storm or until they need to be removed because of poor health. Trees are no different than other elements in the landscape. They need routine maintenance to stay healthy, vigorous, and to keep…continue reading →
The Evolution of Outdoor Spaces

The Evolution of Outdoor Spaces

Connection to the Outdoors Once upon a time, children raced home from school, met up with their friends, and played outside until dark.  How many of you remember those days?  Feeling the wind in your hair,  the sun on your cheeks, and the freedom to explore the great outdoors was exciting and fun.  Fast forward to today.  You don’t see packs of kids riding bikes or playing pick-up-ball much anymore.  A societal shift seems to have allowed our love of nature to be replaced with technology and busy schedules.  Despite our hardwired connection…continue reading →
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