Trees are an invest for any type of business here in Orlando and Tampa. Property owners and managers benefit from having beautiful trees in their landscape. They are both eye catching and have a high return on investment, but with them necessary maintenance.
Spring Maintenance For Trees Include:
Inspection for disease, pests, and damage: Just after the winter months is the best time to have your trees inspected. It is easier to see any signs of stress or issues.
Trimming: Early spring is the best time for pruning, removing dead or weak branches, and promote healthy growth.
Mulch: Cleaning out the mulch around the trees, removing any debris, leaves, and twigs. Adding new mulch if necessary.
Check the Irrigation System: It is important trees get the proper amount of water and not too much as we go into the rainy season.
Examine the Roots: The roots tell a lot about the health of a tree. You also don’t want any roots pushing through into walkways, creating a hazard for guests.
Fertilizing: A healthy tree is less resistant to pests and diseases.
You can count of Baker Commercial Landscaping to keep your trees and property looking beautiful all year long. Our clients love our integrated landscape approach. Contact us today for more information.
The Arbor Day Foundation List Some Statistics On Just How Important Trees Are In A Community
Trees can be a stimulus to economic development, attracting new business and tourism. Commercial retail areas are more attractive to shoppers, apartments rent more quickly, tenants stay longer, and space in a wooded setting is more valuable to sell or rent. The Arbor Day Foundation
Trees properly placed around buildings can reduce air conditioning needs by 30 percent and can save 20–50 percent in energy used for heating. USDA Forest Service
Landscaping, especially with trees, can increase property values as much as 20 percent. Management Information Services/ICMA
The net cooling effect of a young, healthy tree is equivalent to ten room-size air conditioners operating 20 hours a day. U.S. Department of Agriculture
In laboratory research, visual exposure to settings with trees has produced significant recovery from stress within five minutes, as indicated by changes in blood pressure and muscle tension. Dr. Roger S. Ulrich Texas A&M University
A mature tree can often have an appraised value of between $1,000 and $10,000. Council of Tree and Landscape Appraisers