Tag: lawn maintenance service

It’s good to keep it real, but when it comes to lawn care, taking care of the real deal can become a major burden. It might come as no surprise, then, that artificial grass is becoming an increasingly popular choice for residents yearning for beautiful yards year-round. Artificial lawns are constructed from synthetic fibers (usually polyethylene or nylon) that mimic real grass, which are attached to a man-made thatch layer (often polypropylene), propped up by polyester turf backing and filled ...

A healthy landscape relies on functional, efficient irrigation. During winter, however, your green spaces lie dormant, getting rid of the need for regular watering. It’s not enough to merely turn off certain aspects of your irrigation system. However, you must perform a complete shutdown of all system components. Failing to properly shut down your irrigation system in time for winter can result in numerous headaches, repairs, and costly replacement jobs down the line. Let’s explore what an i...

Person working on the AC in their condo

Living in a condominium comes with plenty of perks, such as low insurance rates, ample amenities, and, in many cases, covered maintenance. If you’re in charge of overseeing a condo complex, many maintenance tasks fall on you. As summer approaches and activity increases, the amount of maintenance necessary to keep your condo complex in great shape tends to rise. With that in mind, here’s how to tackle condo maintenance this summer. How to Keep Up Your Condo This SummerClarify Cleaning and Ma...

Landscaper looking at flowers in an industrial space

Maintaining a healthy and beautiful landscape should be among your business’ highest priorities. While these outdoor matters might have little to do with your main operations, your landscape’s appearance and condition can have major implications on your reputation, employee morale, safety protocols, and bottom line. And as summer approaches, there’s no better time to spruce up your green spaces. Let’s go over some of the most important landscaping services to invest in for your commercia...

A school’s athletic facilities are among its most important features. These areas are essential for physical education courses, recreation, club meetings, practice, team exercises, matches with opposing schools, and more. The importance and constant usage of athletic fields makes proper maintenance a must. Even small amounts of neglect can render such an area not fit for use. Here’s how to maintain a high school athletic field so everyone can continue to enjoy these amenities.Mind the Materi...

No matter the location or size of your property, keeping its green spaces healthy and appealing while maintaining optimal water efficiency can feel like climbing up a slip and slide -- an uphill wet mess. Of course, the larger and more complex your residence is, the more challenging this task becomes. Relying on manual irrigation processes is inefficient and often a recipe for disaster, as humans are prone to error and neglect. While investing in a state-of-the-art automated irrigation system ca...

This coming spring is quickly creeping up, which means now is the perfect time to start planning for spring cleaning once more. With so many bases to cover, you might not know where to start. To help you with your upcoming building cleaning efforts, we’ve gathered some easy spring cleaning tips for your facility.How to Properly Spring Clean Your FacilityTake a Complete InventoryThere’s no better way to begin this process than by taking stock of your assets (and liabilities). Winter has a way...

In many areas in the U.S., winter is the most demanding time of year for building maintenance. The harsh, cold weather can harm your property inside and out and leave it vulnerable to further problems. While you should pour plenty of resources into your maintenance efforts during the winter, don’t let your guard down once winter comes to an end. For one thing, you may need to pick up various pieces following a rough winter. Additionally, spring conditions can also pose a threat of a different ...

Budd Group contractor doing preventative maintenance

Building maintenance can be broken down into several categories, but they all boil down to two basic pillars: reactive maintenance and preventative (or “preventive” maintenance). The former category describes types of maintenance that occur after something has broken down, while the latter deals with taking preemptive measures to keep these malfunctions from occurring in the first place. Preventative maintenance includes routine cleaning, organization, inspection, lubrication, landscaping, a...

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...

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