[ORLANDO, 08/15/19] – U.S. Lawns, the nation’s foremost provider of commercial lawn and grounds care, offers high-quality arbor care in Greenville. Their skilled team understands how to correctly maintain the ornamental trees on their customers’ commercial lawns.
The Hazards of Improper Arbor Care
Trees, when taken care of properly, can live for more than a hundred years. Since they are a fixed and highly-visible aspect of a commercial lawn, it is vital to ensure that they get the proper care and maintenance. Otherwise, overgrown roots and heavy branches might pose a hazard to property and to people, possibly causing property damage or personal injury. Additionally, poorly-maintained trees are an eyesore and diminish a commercial property’s curb appeal.
With U.S. Lawns, owners of commercial lawns don’t have to worry about either situation. The U.S. Lawns team will ensure that their customers’ ornamental trees, hedges, and shrubbery get the care that they need to flourish and to stay manageable.
Taking Care of Trees
Each particular variety of tree requires different pruning methods, soil nutrients, lighting, and more. U.S. Lawns knows this, and they care for their customer’s trees and shrubbery accordingly, all year round.
U.S. Lawns will make sure that their customer’s trees, hedges, bushes, and shrubs are pruned correctly and regularly. They will trim, prune, and fertilize the trees with the greatest possible care.
The team at U.S. Lawns, which includes ISA-Certified Arborists, has the skills and expertise needed to provide masterful arbor care. They can identify liability and safety issues and recommend a specialized treatment plan that will keep their customers’ lawns safe and beautiful every day of the year.
About U.S. Lawns
U.S. Lawns is the leading commercial lawn care and landscape maintenance franchisor in the nation. They offer tree care, landscape maintenance, irrigation, snow and ice management, and hardscaping management services to commercial property owners in Greenville and elsewhere in the United States. They have more than 250 locations across the country, all of which are locally-owned.
For more information on U.S. Lawns and their lawn care services, visit www.uslawns.com.