There’s a reason why we focus on commercial landscaping instead of mowing the lawns of homeowners: we like to help businesses, and we like to make their lawns, trees, shrubs, and bushes look as good as possible so that they can draw the customers back again and again.

One reason that businesses use us as landscape contractors is that we make them look good. But there are also a number of problems that we’re solving for them. Here are a few reasons that so many businesses have given up the gas can and started relying on us instead.

Mowers Are Dangerous

With more than 20,000 emergency room visits attributed to lawn mowers every year, it’s no surprise that people can be stoked to not use them. The fact is, lawn mowers are dangerous, and it’s always a good idea to let someone else take care of it — the professionals — if you can.

“But I trust myself” you might say, “I can handle a mower.” True, but there will almost certainly be a time when an employee will be assigned to mow the lawn, and that’s just asking for a lawsuit. If they don’t end up getting one of the 800 mower amputations and deaths that occur every year, they might collapse due to the extreme heat we experience here in the Plano area.

Where Are You Going To Keep The Mower?

One problem that many businesses run into is storage. You certainly don’t want to store a lawnmower in an indoor storage room. If it leaks, you’re going to have a gasoline problem, and you certainly don’t want it in the same room as other cleaners. And you don’t want to keep it outdoors, because there’s always the chance that it will get stolen.

Some business owners might start taking care of their own commercial landscaping by bringing their own lawnmower from home every week. But they’ve told us time and again that the process gets old very quickly: loading it up, transporting it, unloading it mower, and then loading it up again when they’re already exhausted from the mowing process.

Instead of messing with a mower at your place of business, why not leave it to the professionals. Then you don’t have to deal with it at all.

Eliminate the Chemicals

What’s the main difference between owning a house and owning a restaurant? Inspections! At any time the health inspector can stop by to make sure that everything is as it should be, and if they find gas cans and fertilizer where they shouldn’t be (which is just about anywhere indoors), you’re going to be in big trouble. Instead of trying to hide the chemicals, just don’t keep them around in the first place by hiring someone for your commercial lawn service.

The fact is, you do what you’re best at: running your business. So shouldn’t you leave your lawn mowing and landscaping to a company that excels in that particular field? That’s Landscape Solutions, so be sure to contact us today.