Temperatures should be cooling down, beautiful annuals are the best way to welcome in Fall. Don’t underestimate the power of curb appeal for your Florida business! The overall appearance of your property has a tremendous effect on your customers, guests, and tenants. Landscaping has proven to directly affect where customers and people shop, dine, and live. But this doesn’t mean it has to be expensive or complicated.
Maximize Your Curb Appeal
Now is the perfect time to instal annuals to brighten up your landscape, attract the eye of your guests, make your employees a little happier, and add some festive spirit to your property.
Beautiful annuals are a cost effective way to turn and ordinary looking landscape into extraordinary. They are also an easy way to bring the warmth of the holiday season into your business.
Don’t forget well maintained property will make your business look more professional, credible, safe for your clients as well as employees, and a peaceful environment, advantages that bring more revenue to your business.
It is also important to balance ‘green landscaping’ with functionality and aesthetics to save water, energy and money. Plant flowers, plants and trees native to the area and will thrive in the Central Florida’s fall and winter months.
Baker Commercial Landscaping can quickly turn your Orlando/Tampa business or residence into a beautiful balance of functionality and aesthetics. The outside appearance of your building speaks volumes about the quality of your business, landscaping creates the best first impression.
As a leader in the industry, Baker Commercial Landscaping has beens serving Central Florida since 1991 and offer eco-friendly solutions to all your landscaping needs. Making a great impression with beautiful fall landscaping is as easy as contacting Baker Commercial Landscaping for a free quote.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Baker Commercial Landscaping family encourages everyone to join us in learning more about breast cancer and support those who are suffering with the disease.
Though we have made great progress in early detection, cancer treatment and finding a cure, we still have a long way to go.