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3 Signs I Need A Commercial Ground Maintenance Company

Do you own a commercial property or manage a residential building with a substantial amount of land? Do you have trouble keeping the landscape clean, tidy, and aesthetically pleasing? Like many other business leaders, you could be overlooking the benefits of professional ground maintenance services, despite the fact that they could end up saving you a considerable amount of time and money in the long term.

Find out how to choose a grounds/estate maintenance contractor here!
If you’re wondering whether you would benefit from professional help, we’ve put together a few signs that you need to hire a ground maintenance contractor:


1. Your Grounds Are Looking Worse For Wear

If your company’s grounds look considerably more bedraggled and weed-ridden than when you first set eyes on them, they will certainly benefit from some ground and lawn maintenance. Indeed, it is easy to forget how much attention a building’s ground needs, particularly if you try and handle the work in-house. Hiring some professionals will save you and your colleagues a considerable amount of time and effort.

It is also important to note that professional ground maintenance contractors are well-versed in outdoor trends and local aesthetics. In this way, they will be able to nurture an outdoor space that fits in with your local community and brings out the best in your company.

2. The State Of Your Grounds Are Hampering Your Reputation

If you’re struggling to maintain your commercial grounds effectively, you may start to attract negative attention. You could even start experiencing bad reviews or notice a dip in the number of customers returning to your business. In this case, hiring a ground maintenance contractor will save your reputation and keep your property looking its best at all times of the year.

3. You’re Worried About Health & Safety Hazards Associated With Your Grounds

If your grounds are overgrown and ramshackle, they could contain a number of health and safety hazards that could cause employees and clients to trip over or otherwise injure themselves. As well as causing pain and distress, this could end up costing you a substantial amount of money in legal fees and compensation.

Hiring a ground maintenance firm will help reduce the chances of this ever happening, as well as providing you with cover in regards to the work carried out. Indeed, grounds maintenance contractors are usually insured to cover the unique risks that come with working outside, meaning you do not have to worry about obtaining a special insurance package.

Get in touch with Weedfree Landscapes today for a quote or help and advice on your ground maintenance.

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Tim Bower
Post by Tim Bower
August 2, 2019
Tim Bower is the Director of Weedfree and is an expert in grounds maintenance and keeping your business looking great all year round.