Landscaping for Residential Communities
Build a vibrant community and enhance property values with a beautiful residential landscape design. Homeowners and homeowner associations also rely on Prunus Company for cost-effective maintenance and clean up after storms or snowfall. Our residential landscape maintenance teams specialize in the condominium, townhome, and single-family communities, taking care of lawn areas, plant beds, and tree care.
Prunus Company’s experience in community landscape design and maintenance has led to the development of highly refined processes and operating efficiencies that directly impact costs. Residential communities enjoy the benefits derived from our use of best practices in water management, including planting drought-tolerant plants, and irrigation services.
Offer Peace and Quiet
A beautiful landscape design that features walkways, gardens, areas for quiet reflection, and open common areas, provide added value to residents. In addition, and to maintain the air of calm, Prunus Company expert crews will work with you to schedule maintenance such as mowing, edging and blowing for completion at the least disruptive times of the day.
Enhance Property Values with Beautiful Landscaping
Vibrant and pristine landscaping attracts realtors and their prospective homeowners to your community. External appearance, or "curb appeal" increases property values and protects homeowners’ investment. Prunus Company’s landscape professionals will maintain the landscaping, walkways, and parking areas for your townhouse and single-family home communities.
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