We have the solution for your landscaping needs.
Our landscape services include, but are not limited to:
- Clean tended planting beds
- Seasonal color enhancements and displays
- Site improvement initiative
- Landscape trimming
- Landscape renovation
- Mulch and rock installation
- Design, build and installation
- Residential landscaping
- Spring clean-up
- Fall clean-up
- Weed control
- Pesticide and herbicide applications
Introduction to Landscape Design
You can add beauty and street appeal by designing and planning a makeover for your residential or commercial properties. Landscape Design is a matter of incorporating the softscapes of your location, which includes: plants, shrubs, flowers and trees, along with the hardscape elements of your site, such as: paved patios, driveways and courtyards. When planning your Landscape Design you should consider some basic elements or principles of design.
There are four basic design elements to consider when planning to reinvent or to establish a new landscape site. The elements that must be taken into consideration for both softscapes (plants, shrubs, flowers) and hardscapes (paved patios and driveways) contained in your property are: Color, Form, Line, and Texture.
When referring to color and color schemes for Landscape Design, we are mentioning colors that blend or compliment each other. There are three basic color schemes. Monochromatic: consists of different shades and tints of one color. Analogous: includes colors that are side-by-side on a color chart, for example: green, blue-green and blue. Complementary: color schemes which include colors on either side of a color chart, such as: red and green. When creating and using colors and color schemes for your Landscape Design, it is important to factor in the colors of your house bricks, patio pavement, driveway pavement, plants, and flowers. Blending colors and color schemes is great, but you could also go for color contrasts, which is sure to create a dramatic design impact!
When we talk about Form in terms of Landscape Design, we are stating the size of the site, and the relative size of objects that are located within that site. This includes the size and shape of plants, trees, garden plots, paved patios, driveways, walkways, and courtyards. You must consider the growth and form of all plants and trees that are to be planted, keep in mind when planning your Landscape Design how big certain plants will grow and whether they will still fit into the same design idea.
The Line element of Landscape Design involves the way in which the eye moves over the site and the even flow of visual aspect. The use of Line in your Landscape Design comes into place when you decide on using straight lines or curved lines in your floor plan structure. Straight lines create a very dramatic, modern feel, while curved lines evoke a sense of calmness with smooth flowing lines that don’t have harsh edges!
The Texture simply refers to the various textural components of your landscape. This includes the softscapes, which are the plants, trees, flowers, ferns and shrubs, while other elements such as your paved patios and entertaining areas, concrete driveways and walkways, are the hardscapes of your landscape design. The combination of these two textures in your design is very important for a modern landscape setting!
Commercial Landscaping Services to Keep Your Property Looking its Best!
Your landscaping provides customers with a first impression of your business. At Premier Lawn Care, we understand how important it is to wow them from the outside in. That’s why our approach to commercial landscaping is more comprehensive than most. We go far beyond the basics of landscape maintenance. Our horticulturists and lawn & garden professionals are trained to know the proper plants, shrubs and trees for every type of soil and climate. It’s how we keep our clients’ properties looking their natural best throughout all four seasons.
To ensure that each season looks its vibrant best, we begin with a thorough spring clean-up, including sprucing up mulch areas. We then move to weekly services as the “high maintenance” warmer months take hold – this includes mowing, weeding, debris pick-up, along with regular fertilizing, aerating, pruning, and insect/disease control. We finish the season with fall clean-up, cutting perennials back, and preparing your property for winter. With a seasonal Premier Lawn Care plan in place, you don’t have to worry about scheduling visits. Your landscape maintenance just “happens” so you can focus on other areas of your business.
True full-service commercial landscaping:
Premier Lawn Care is not merely a lawn-mowing service. We make it our business to visit sites ahead of each season, identify unique needs and situations, and work with you to optimize the health and aesthetics of your grounds. We’ll even email or text you to keep you alerted to potential problems or important landscaping updates.
Not just greenery, but being green! (And saving green, too.)
Premier Lawn Care takes green initiatives seriously. Issues such as water usage and organic plans have taken on prime importance for our clients. One way we’ve helped our clients conserve water and money is by retrofitting irrigation systems with up to 50% more efficient, sensor – triggered sprinkler heads. How can we help your company save more green?
Cost – Saving Landscape Maintenance Options
We help clients reduce landscaping costs with advanced planning. Green initiatives as well as the efficient use of space, plants, water and maintenance materials are all key contributors to cost savings. Our 4-season landscape maintenance plans are a cost efficient solution for keeping your properties looking great year-round.