Pemberton Blog

Expert advice on Commercial Landscaping and Snow Removal

Why commercial landscaping matters year-round (especially in South Bend and Northern Indiana) - First impressions matter – and when it comes to business, curb appeal is often the first impression you give to potential customers. No matter what type of business — be it a clothing boutique, physician office or large apartment complex – a key part of drawing in new clientele is the outward appearance of your business. If your landscaping, parking ...
Spring is coming, but you can leave the cleanup work to us - Spring cleaning isn’t just for the inside of your house. Come March (even when we get a few surprise snow falls), it’s time to start thinking about cleaning up your landscaping and preparing your lawn for the spring and summer growing seasons. Early spring is a great time to begin several early lawn cleanup tasks. As we say goodbye to ...
7 Top Reasons You Should Hire a Commercial Landscape Company for Your Business - Even if you provide outstanding business services, you may fail to get enough customers to make a profit if your business property turns people off and looks messy and uninviting. As a business owner, you don’t have to worry about your landscape when you give the job to a professional. Here are seven of the main reasons to hire a ...
5 Innovative Outdoor Workspace Ideas For Office Parks - Few people enjoy being stuck indoors all day, and chances are your employees are no exception. Creating an outdoor office park gives employees the opportunity to enjoy the fresh air and sunlight while they recharge or get some work done. Visitors and employees can both benefit from seeing a more relaxed and nature-friendly side of the business. Studies show that ...
The Top 5 Advantages to Hiring A Commercial Snow Removal Company In Summer - It’s hot and it’s humid. Now that summer’s in full swing, winter is probably the last thing on your mind. But the snow will return and when it does your business needs to be prepared. Hiring a commercial snow removal company now, in summer, comes with several key advantages.
4 Colorful Landscaping Ideas For Commercial Properties for Fall In Michiana - Those final days of summer are slowly slipping away, moving us into the refreshing and often-preferred season of autumn. Cooler temperatures are easier on the human body. We enjoy the crisp chill beginning to permeate the air. This chill reminds us it is almost time to ready our property for winter. Autumn landscaping means we should water deeply and plan ...
Commercial Snow Removal and Importance of Safety - There can be many challenges for a business come winter time, although none are more important than tackling safety for commercial properties with foot traffic. Because icy conditions and cold weather aren’t likely to slow many in Northern Indiana, getting ahead of the weather with an appropriate game plan is crucial to guarantee the safety of anyone on your property this winter. ...
5 Inspiring Outdoor Workspace Ideas For Office Parks - Let’s imagine the life of an office worker. They’re inside from 8-5. Sitting, snacking, yawning. Maybe the walls are orange or some other lively color. Or maybe they’re gray and can’t be seen behind cubicles. It’s a tired place, but what can we do about it? This is just how most offices are set up, and for good reason. This is a workplace.
Top 5 Ways Your Company Benefits from Commercial Landscaping - The exterior of your business is like the face you show the community and making it beautiful shows how happy you are to be a part of your city. Of course, you wouldn’t let a broken window or crumbling bricks go un-repaired and every few years you wash off the ambient grime so your building looks nice and shiny. Why shouldn’t you ...
Why You Should Prepare for Snow Removal Long Before the First Flurries - Do you have a property large enough to require more than a simple driveway shoveling in the winter? A lot of people and businesses do and life doesn’t stop just because the snow falls. Many property owners hire snow removal services annually, but more often than that, this occurs far too late. By the time the snow is piling up, ...