What Should I Do After My Daffodils Have Bloomed? - Ask BrightView
Daffodils may be a spring flower, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be preserved and enjoyed for many more springs. BrightView Horticulturist Bruce Hellerick gives some useful tips for pruning daffodils after they have bloomed to help preserve them for years to come.
Turf- and Time-Saving Tips for Managing Big Events
Weddings, golf tournaments, and annual celebrations — from Fourth of July fireworks to end-of-summer barbecues — are all commonplace on golf courses across the country. If not handled properly, every single one of these events can wreak havoc on your turf or budget. Follow these steps and your events should go on without a hitch.
Brightview Landscapes Launches Property Maintenance Portal
BV Connect virtually connects the customer with BrightView’s service team to deliver an effortless experience with seamless property maintenance management. It is a web application that enables customers to submit and track requests for landscape services, keep track of property maintenance schedules, submit photo service requests, and receive timely updates from BrightView account managers.
What are the Benefits of Using Mulch? - Ask BrightView
Mulch is much more than material applied to the surface of soil. BrightView’s Enhancement Manager, Scott Chambers, discusses the difference between mulch and compost, tips for application, and how mulch was used while renovating Independence Mall in Philadelphia, Pa.
Introducing BrightView Connect: Communication at Your Fingertips
At BrightView, we believe in the power of proactive communication and the importance of keeping properties informed. That’s why we created BrightView Connect. With BrightView Connect, users have the ability to access a unique community portal to submit and track service requests, view planned maintenance schedules, receive notification emails, and receive weather alerts.
The Smart Approach to Tee Box Renovations
Think about it — everything begins on the tees. That’s where your guests and members first encounter your course. The extent to which the tee surface is firm and level and well turfed not only determines their first impression, it also sets expectations for their play experience.