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Winter’s wrath doesn’t just threaten your people’s safety and your building’s integrity -- a powerful winter storm can also do a number on your landscape. If you’re not prepared for such an event, you can spend an inordinate amount of time and money fixing your lawn well after the storm has passed. Let’s go over how to repair your green spaces following a winter storm. Prepare Your Lawn Prior to Winter Doing some pre-winter prep work can save you a lot of trouble before and after a...

The southeastern portion of the U.S. experiences variable winters. Some years, certain regions might experience moderate temperatures and minimal storm activity during the winter, while others encounter severe blizzards, lake effect snowfalls, snow squalls, ice storms, and more. These various winter storms can make it unsafe or impossible to commute, work, or patronize a place of business, and in some cases greatly damage facilities. If you’re not ready for such inclement weather, then, your p...

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This year’s hurricane season has unfortunately already been one for the books, and analysts warn that more storms are likely on the way between now and the end of November (the storm season’s end). While nothing can be done to stave off these destructive storms, individuals and businesses can take several steps to mitigate the degree of damage done to their property. If nothing else, ensuring the health and safety of all personnel should be any business’s main priority. Having reliable fac...

Several factors contribute to a business’ ongoing success. Ultimately though, the curb appeal of your physical location can make or break a potential customer’s decision to enter your store. If your exterior is bland or poorly maintained, you’re not exactly welcoming people inside.  If you want to attract customers and keep them coming, cleaning, painting, and maintaining your property’s exterior is the bare minimum you should do. To go the extra mile, don’t be afraid to get a bit ...

Nearly every landscape stands to benefit from the presence of plant beds. And if you want your plants to stay healthy and make a statement, you need to invest in the right kind of soil coverage. There is no shortage of options when it comes to supporting, protecting, and nourishing your plant beds, but mulch and pine straw are typically viewed as the two main coverage contenders. At the Budd Group, our landscaping services can install pine needles and/or different types of mulch depending on you...

Humans are visual creatures. Most of us enjoy viewing bright, coordinated colors as we pass by homes and businesses. Indeed, businesses stand to benefit from adding color to their properties as doing so can capture customer attention and encourage them to come inside. Investing in a new coat of paint is one way to brighten up your exterior, but this can be expensive and time-consuming. For a more efficient and consistent way to add color to your property, consider installing seasonal plantings. ...

They say the grass is always greener on the other side. In a transitory region like Nashville, TN, however, it’s hard to say which “other side” harbors the greener grass -- to the North, South, East, or West? In truth, the answer depends on which type of grass you’re using. Bermuda grass tends to thrive in areas below Nashville, while fescue is often the primary choice in the Northeast. Both Bermuda and fescue are viable in Nashville and other transitory regions in the U.S., but each gra...

When it comes to maintaining a commercial or residential property, building maintenance is only part of the battle -- your exterior greenery cannot be ignored. Indeed, the state of your landscape relates to the rest of your property. A neglected lawn can turn away customers and tenants and lead to environmental problems as well. While proper landscaping encompasses several duties and systems, irrigation is perhaps the most significant among them. That said, irrigation can be a complex subject in...

The Atlantic hurricane season spans from the beginning of June to the end of November, with August and September featuring the most frequent and powerful storms -- and 2020 appears to be no exception. In fact, analysts predict that this already turbulent year will undergo an above-normal active Atlantic hurricane season. And while we have no control over these weather patterns themselves, we can control how we prepare for them. Indeed, proper emergency planning can make the difference between a ...

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