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Commercial Property Maintenance Tips for Spring

Spring is officially in the air! As the temperatures continue to climb, it’s time to let the commercial property maintenance commence. After enduring a long, hard, and particularly frigid winter season, the exterior of your brick-and-mortar business might be a little bit worse for wear than it was before. If you’re unsure where to begin your cleanup, here are a few important commercial property maintenance tips for spring.

Carefully Clean Up Your Outdoor Space

Immediately after the residual snow melts away, your first course of action in the spring should be to thoroughly sweep and cleanup your entire property. Remove all leftover leaves, twigs, branches, and other debris that may be garnishing your parking lot, walkways, entryways, or outdoor green spaces. All of these factors can negatively impact the outward appearance of your business, cause potentially expensive damages, and create safety hazards for your employees and customers.

Inspect Your Property for Winter Damages

Heavy snowstorms and rainfalls are destructive forces of nature that can cause infinite amounts of damage to your property that might not become evident until the spring thaw begins. During the first few weeks of spring, it’s essential that you carefully inspect your entire property for existing or potential damages. The sooner you detect signs of disrepair, the faster you can work on fixing them and the less expensive the repairs will be.

Examine Your Drainage System

Winter can also do a number on your drainage system. If your drainage system becomes clogged or damaged for whatever reason, then this can inevitably lead to a host of other potentially more serious and expensive damages in the long run. Standing water is public enemy number one when it comes to maintaining the quality and lifespan of your parking lot and flowerbeds. As a result, one of the most important commercial property landscaping tips professional landscapers offer their clients is to always keep an eye on the functionality of their water drainage systems.

Beautify Your Commercial Property

Spring presents the perfect opportunity to redesign and revive the outer look of your business and make it more appealing to attract new clientele. Use this time and your resources efficiently by revamping your business. The perfect way to accomplish this is by planting beautiful and fresh flowerbeds, trees, bushes, and other types of greenery. The exterior of your commercial property should leave a positive lasting impression for your customers. You can also add attention-grabbing structures like stone or brick pathways, retaining walls, or even a small water fountain in the middle of the grounds if you have the space for it.


FOREVER GREEN LAWN & LANDSCAPE INC. has been Toronto’s leading outdoor space design, construction, and maintenance company for more than 20 years. Our team of landscape management experts has all of the resources and experience required to provide excellent spring maintenance tips for your commercial property. Contact us today to learn more about the services we offer or to schedule a free consultation.

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With the evolving COVID-19 situation among us, many businesses and organizations have implemented,or are beginning to implement business continuity plans that aid in social distancing efforts. What this means for your properties is that we’re continuing to implement plans with the aim of keeping our business running as close to normal as possible.

FOREVER GREEN LAWN & LANDSCAPE INC. has protocols and business continuity plans in place to ensure that we can continue providing all regular commercial outdoor services to your properties without significant changes or interruptions. Our services are always happening on the outdoors of your properties, meaning that we will be able to continue serving you without entering your workspaces, ensuring that social distancing protocols are followed.

Our focus remains on the health and safety of our staff, clients, and communities. In order to continue successfully operating, we have implemented internal protocols for all staff that will work to keep all of us safe and protected. We have increased the cleaning and sanitization of our equipment and machinery used to service your properties, and are ensuring all employees are informed and remain compliant.

As of today, all our normal operations are in full working order. That means that for you, our valued clients, it remains business and service as usual without interruption for the foreseeable future. Our lines of communication are always open, should any changes arise.

We look forward to continuing to service your properties and working together to keep your outdoor spaces maintained and safe.