Landscape professionals responsible for the care of large commercial properties must deal with the many moving parts of landscape management, such as tree pruning, mowing schedules, plant health, and irrigation system operation while maintaining a strict budget. Creating a long-term, detailed plan can help keep property managers ahead of the game on these demanding tasks.
Most experts recommend a five-year time frame to establish plans based on projected budgets. Having a five-year plan can help property managers make well-informed landscape maintenance decisions that, in turn, create vibrant and healthy landscapes. But how can you plan that far in advance? Follow these three steps to help the plan take shape:
Once a 5-year plan is in place, property managers can adjust their landscape bids accordingly. If the property requires more (or less) than the scope of work outlines, your trusted landscape experts will help recommend adjustments to create a more accurate plan.