If you think about it, your landscape is responsible for the first impression of anyone approaching your property or knocking on your company’s door. Doesn’t it make sense to invest in a good landscape management team to maintain, enhance, and update your business exteriors regularly? There are many things that a dependable and reliable commercial landscaper brings to the table, beyond mere mowing.
Make a powerful first impression on potential customers or guests with a solid landscape management team:
To be honest, you need a set of eyes on your property and signage to ensure it is positioned properly, free from damage, and away from obstacles that could obscure visibility. Furthermore, a good landscape team will develop ways to enhance the way that your existing signage looks and highlight it to pull customers in. Hedges, perennials, mulch, and lighting are all simple ways to improve the appearance of your company’s sign.
Preserve Public Places
Another important role of your landscape management team is to maintain public areas, like parking lots and pathways. This is integral to keep consumers safe when visiting or traversing your property, and easy access also encourages customers to patronize your establishment. Failure to maintain a safe, hazard-free environment could be an issue that becomes litigious; don’t risk it.
Invent Visual Interest
Your landscaping team will compose a design that creates interesting and intriguing aesthetics, which could increase patrons paying a visit to your property. Enlist their help in changing things up on occasion and keeping your exteriors fresh; after all, you want to do something to pique your consumer audience’s curiosity and interest. For example, bring in some unique hardscapes, like statues or fountains, or plant something wild and tropical.
Decorate for the Season
Talk to your team about seasonal displays and décor to celebrate the holidays. Schemes and themes may involve wreaths, decorated trees, colorful lights, and hardscape pieces, like sleighs and reindeer. Collaborate with your landscape team to come up with festive focal points that your customers will appreciate and enjoy- and that will impact their first impression of your company.
Maintain Curb Appeal
A solid landscape management team also covers the fundamentals, which is to preserve and maintain the curb appeal of your property. This does include mowing, trimming, weeding, and mulching, which provides an opportunity for your landscape professional to identify potential issues and address problems promptly. This service could prove invaluable to businesses thriving in the area.
Talk to your customers and obtain feedback to determine what features, if any, you want to implement in your commercial landscape. Depending on your distinct property, you may want to add areas for your customers or staff to sit or lounge, which can also add to that important first impression.
Want to make a lasting and favorable impression on those visiting your business? Talk to the professionals at Carolina Services Grounds Division, a division of Carolina Services Inc. in Charleston, for expertise suited to commercial landscaping design.