There is a world of difference between a property with poor maintenance and one that receives personal care with attention to detail. We provide the assurance through expertise and customer service that your property will look the best it has ever looked before.
There is a way to make your property look better without having to increase the monthly cost. It takes planning, organization and management. We devise a specific plan of action for your unique property. This can be done by dividing the property into phases, where essentially a landscape maintenance schedule is performed in a full month’s cycle, so that you know exactly which area of the property has just been done and which area is scheduled next. It’s important to meet with the account manager to start the process and discuss all of your options. It is recommended for you, as the property manager or onsite manager, to be involved in the decision making process for phasing out your property’s maintenance. It’s vital that you take an active role so that important issues, especially pertaining to your property needs or specific expectations, can be considered. Yes, it is true that the responsibility of scheduling and administrative tasks should be given directly to the account manager, but collaboration is also important in order to achieve a mutual goal. When a system like this is followed, more focus can be given to specific areas of the property on a weekly basis and you can really start to see a difference in the landscape maintenance all the way down to the smallest of details. Plant material will receive more consistent attention and will hold their shapes better. All weeds will be removed and plant material will be transplanted, if necessary. For instance, say an area is looking over grown, or certain plants were installed too closely at first and are now more mature and touching. If the landscape maintenance schedule was implemented, time would be created to fix this problem. This can really help to eliminate or reduce the extra expense of purchasing new plants as well as the labor that would normally be charged to install them. Phasing out the maintenance is a dynamic plan that allows the landscapers to spend more time in one area instead of having to cover more ground and potentially overlooking important tasks, as well as being able to do the little extra things that really make a difference and get noticed.
It is extremely rewarding to see a positive difference in your property’s landscaping. The best way to ensure that this happens is through planning and strategy, which also produce confidence in the management and service of your property.