The majority of what Giant Landscaping does for commercial clients is landscape maintenance. In the lifecycle of rental/leasing properties, however, it sometimes becomes necessary to upgrade or replace parts of a landscape for aesthetic or safety reasons.
We work with property management firms, commercial realtors, and private commercial property investors to prioritize landscape improvements so they can budget for them. A Property Condition Assessment (PCA) does not only apply to internal and structural parts of commercial property; exterior components and systems break down as well. Commercial landscape construction projects need to be planned and budgeted before they become a crisis.
Residential properties up for sale in a competitive real estate market require curb appeal in order to sell fast. Real estate agents rely on Giant Landscaping for our creative ability to spruce up a property on a shoestring budget. We understand that you don’t create a full-blown landscape construction plan to get a property ready for listing. Pruning, weeding and mulching can give a fresh new look without adding new plants; instead of replacing a walkway, pressure washing, fixing loose bricks, and re-sanding the joints can give an upgraded look without the expense.
Out with the old, in with the new. Sometimes, newly acquired properties or a new homeowner’s association board can re-prioritize construction projects higher on the list. Property management companies will often call Giant in for a one-off commercial construction project like a new walkway, irrigation system repair, replacement of aging and declining shrubs, restoration of overgrown flowerbeds, or re-sodding of turf areas. These smaller projects don’t require a landscape plan, which saves time and expense for our clients.