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Aug 2013

Home Value & Landscaping

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Believe it or not, Charlotte landscaping has a lot to do with your property value. This has been true for centuries: your home’s curb appeal and overall beauty affects its value a lot more than its size. A larger, dilapidated home won’t be valued as much as a smaller home that is well-cared for and is constantly maintained by a Charlotte landscaping crew. The exterior of your home is the first thing that potential buyers see – they don’t have Superman’s x-ray vision, they are limited to their first impression, which will be the exterior of the home. Sure, they may be brave and willing to take on a few home improvement projects, but most people cringe at the thought of having to do extensive work on a property that they aren’t sold by to start with.

That is where Charlotte landscaping helps you out. It saves you time if you don’t want to break a sweat mowing the lawn every week and keeping up with which kinds of flowers need to be maintained in a certain season. We save you from struggling outside with tools and equipment that are difficult to use and expensive to buy. In the end, we save you money and have the potential to make you a decent amount of profit if you decide to sell the property later on.

Your property’s beauty is one of the selling factors – not just for you, but for your neighborhood. Help yourself and help your neighborhood – it will be worth it in the end. Not only will you benefit from coming home to a stunning home, you will benefit from higher property values if the rest of the neighborhood decides to maintain their own lawns as well.

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Aug 2013

What Are You Waiting For?

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What if I told you that there is virtually no reason why you can’t have a yard as beautiful as the one pictured above?
Well, it’s true. When quality Charlotte landscaping companies are waiting just around the corner and are more than ready to beautify your lawn, then all you’re doing is window shopping. You know what you want – a beautiful garden or backyard, or even something as simple as a well-kept yard that doesn’t look messy. Charlotte landscaping isn’t exactly a rare service to get.. and in fact, it can even help your home’s value, and continue to increase it over time. We all know that the neighborhood we live in affects our property value. If you increase your home value with beautiful Charlotte landscaping, then you’re investing in the neighborhood, which may start a trend and inspire other people to take care of their own landscaping. After a few cycles of this, the neighborhood’s overall property value could end up much higher than it was originally.

Your home’s yard is more important that you may want to believe. It frames the exterior of your house and you see it every day when you get home from work. Other people see it too – including potential buyers that you may want to keep in the loop, just in case you want to sell the property in the future. Your yard can be stunning, all it takes is the right amount of persistent care. Whether you want one landscaping service or twenty, whether you want us to mow the lawn or redesign it entirely and add new pathways and plants, we’re more than happy to help. So give us a call and see what we can do for you.

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Aug 2013

Deciding On A Landscaping Company

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If you have made the decision to take on a large, home improvement project and have decided to employ the help of a landscaping company, you may need some help when deciding which company is best for you. Depending on where you live, you may be after certain skills – you may need someone who can properly water the soil or ward off certain pests by changing the pH of the soil. You will quickly find out that everyone with a truck, mower, and tools tries to open lawn care companies, so finding a professional business may be a difficult task.

Smaller jobs are fine to hand to these individuals – jobs like mowing, raking leaves, trimming the edges of the lawn.. However, for anything bigger, you should head to someone who has had past expertise with similar jobs. You can easily damage your plants and trees by not maintaining them, or by improperly planting and trimming them. It is always tempting to hire a cheap company, but with landscaping, you tend to get what you pay for. High quality work from a company with a good reputation will not come at the same price as cheap, unskilled labor – and the alternative will likely end up killing your vegetation.

Part Time And Full Time Workers

Some companies are created entirely by part-time workers who offer lawn care on their off-time. Hiring a company like this may be convenient for small jobs, but it is not the kind of team you want to hire for a larger job. They don’t usually have insurance, and haven’t gone through a training program. They will probably not be able to properly fertilize or aerate the soil, and won’t recognize any warning signs from the plants, or be able to suggest any services you might need in order to keep it all working properly.

If you decide to go with a company full of full-time workers, they have experience under their belt that can help keep your property at the same value, if not increase it. They will be able to warn you of any problems that the plants may be having, and educate you on which solutions would be best for you, all while being cost-effective.

National And Local Companies

Hiring a national company sounds like good decision. After all, these companies must know what they’re doing if they are able to own and operate a large, nationwide business. Though they may be spread across many states, you can’t be sure if they’re familiar with the problems in your location. They may not have any training that specializes with plants and the conditions in your local climate, like weather trends, insects, and bacteria issues. Local companies will likely understand you better, because they share the same location. Local companies will have dealt with special problems that you may run into, and they’ll have the expertise to fix it, rather than having to subcontract anyone else – this will save you money and a few headaches.

On top of that, they won’t take the profits earned from your town to another state. If you hire a local company, you’re supporting local growth, and over time, this can raise the property values of your ciy.

Whichever company you eventually decide to hire, always ask for a portfolio. Drive by some of the client properties, in order to check if their work has paid off in the long run and the plant life continues to thrive. Go on the Internet and check the company’s reputations, ask for testimonials, and do some research on any past problems that they’ve had.

At the end of the day, hiring a local, professional company will yield better results than heading for a cheaper alternative.

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