How Sustainability Can Benefit Your Landscape & Your Budget

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How Sustainability Can Benefit Your Landscape & Your Budget


Greener Landscapes Can be
a Smart Investment

There are many ways to create a more environmentally sustainable landscape. Whether you’re in need of expertise to design, develop or maintain your property, there are many benefits to going green.


  • Enhancements
  • Landscape
  • Sustainability
  • Exterior Maintenance
  • Maintain
  • Water Management
  • Enhance
  • Tree Care


  • Maximize Resources
  • Meet Business Goals
  • Social & Environmental Responsibility
  • Strategic Approach


  • Learn
  • Live
  • Play
  • Recover
  • Refresh
  • Shop
  • Work
  • Reflect

Making more sustainable choices for your landscape can have a positive impact on the environment, those who use or live on your property, your landscape crew and your budget. 

Here are a just a few reasons to go green:

  • Reduced labor, water and fertilizer costs, lower hauling expenses and disposal fees thanks to composting, mulching and recycling.
  • Less exposure to workmen's compensation claims as a result of crew lifting heavy loads of plant material.
  • Grasscycling (a mowing method that results in natural recycling of grass clippings), composting and mulching return valuable organic material to the soil, which in turn increases the soil's water-holding capacity, reduces erosion and conserves water.
  • Proper watering, fertilizing and pruning along with integrated pest management practices encourage healthier, disease-resistant plants and reduce the amount of toxic run-off entering storm drains and polluting watershed, creeks, lakes and rivers.
  • Making more organic choices in landscaping products and fertilizers reduces the amount of chemical exposure to maintenance crews and those who work, live or play on or near your property.
  • Working with experts and doing a Sustainability Audit can help create a strategic, cost-efficient approach focused on long-term benefits.
  • In addition, LEED®-certified consultants can help you ensure best practices for any landscape/hardscaping initiatives you undertake and help you earn your LEED credits.

The benefits add up, not to mention the social and consumer response to your efforts. People are noticing brands that go green, according to Nielson, and they are willing to pay up for more sustainable options. So, when you’re planning your budget for your next project or fiscal year, consider greener possibilities.

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Leverage capital & operational spending

Research shows a well-designed and maintained landscape brings many benefits. Among those are improved employee engagement, guest satisfaction and recovery time for patients that positively influences buying decisions.


Manage details while achieving results.

Studies show that balancing time constraints and resources is a top concern for facility professionals. Work with a trusted partner who delivers the results you expect and handles all of the details.


Reach your environmental and economic goals.

Meet the demand for healthier environments and a greener footprint with cost-effective changes executed on a scale that makes sense for your property.


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