Some of Denver’s commercial properties, like office building and apartments, have shared outdoor spaces, making the be benefits of commercial lawn care and commercial weed control obvious. But other commercial properties, like retail storefronts, schools, religious institutions and more, convey subtle but significant messages to your customers. The outside of your Denver property is often what people see first, and upon that they’ll base their initial opinions of your business. A lush lawn that is green from proper commercial lawn care conveys professionalism.
Kona can perform all the landscape maintenance your commercial property in Denver will need. We do landscape enhancements like seasonal flower rotations, spring cleanup, plant bed fertilization and weed control, turf care programs, plant bed definition and mulch application, commercial irrigation services—including maintenance and repair. We also can address additional needs upon request, such as arbor care and tree trimming as well as removal. We will create a commercial landscaping maintenance plan to fit the needs of your Denver property.
A lawn surrounding a commercial Denver property has the dubious distinction of being both the most important to convey the professionalism of your business, and the hardest part of any property to maintain. A single weed in the middle of your lawn immediately draws an eye, but our commercial weed control services can ensure that your Denver property’s beautiful lawn is uninterrupted by weeds and other volunteers. Reach out to us today, we will get your property projecting perfect professionalism.
We have been beautifying the outside of Denver’s commercial properties since 2006. Our landscape maintenance conveys our belief that as Coloradoans, we should all enjoy the outdoors a little more. We offer commercial weed control services that keep lawns clear of weeds so they can be full of picnics and other events. Our commercial landscape maintenance offerings create spaces that you, your employees or your customers can literally “stop and smell the roses,” now and again.
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