Preparing Your Commercial or Multi-Family Housing Property for Spring

Monday, March 20th is the first day of spring! And, with spring being just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about a spring cleanup. As a multi-housing building owner of manager, you know one of the best ways to leave a good impression on your tenants or potential residents is with well-maintained landscaping. After all, the outside of your commercial property can be a reflection of the inside, so it is important to make sure your building’s grass and landscaping are cared for.

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It’s time to call on your trusted company specializing in multi-family housing landscaping for the Twin Cities; Classic Lawnscape. We are ready to break out the lawn mowers, rakes and other gardening and lawn care equipment to get your lawn spruced up for spring! Our multi-family housing landscaping experts have a few suggestions on what we can do to prepare your lawn for the upcoming growing season.

We Know When to Start Watering

As soon as it really begins to warm up, it’s time to start watering your lawn. If you don’t have an irrigation or sprinkler system for your multi-family housing landscaping, the rule of thumb is to water sparingly but deep. This will “train” your grass to dig deeper into the soil to get the water. And that means your grass will grow healthy and strong.  The multi-family housing landscaping experts at Classic Lawnscape can design, install and maintain an irrigation system for you. You won’t have to lift a finger when you hire us for your commercial irrigation management.

Eliminate the need to worry about when and how much to water your lawn by calling us.

Proper Raking & Replacement

Raking isn’t just for fall! Raking in the spring encourages your grass to grow. We can clear debris, leaves and other items off of your lawn. This also helps when it’s time to start mowing your lawn. Raking loosens the soil’s surface, encouraging healthy and needed air flow. And remember, annual plants do not handle winter well. Once spring rolls around, we can seek out soggy and unhealthy brown growths, remove them and replace with new ones.

Mulching and Fertilization

Nurture the health of your lawn through fertilization whether it be composting or simply using a mulching mower. We can lay down mulch around your trees and flower beds. This will help keep the plants warm in case the weather turns cool again, and mulch will also help these plants retain much-needed moisture.

Do you need to hire professional multi-family housing landscaping for your Twin Cities Property? Call Classic Lawnscape at 763-780-7231 or contact us and get a Free Estimate.

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