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HOA Tips: Is It Time to Begin Preparing Our Neighborhood’s Landscaping for Summer?
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It's that time of year again. The sun is shining, it's getting warmer, and summer is just around the corner. That means for homeowners associations (HOAs), it's also time to start prepping their neighborhood’s landscaping for the long days and sweltering temperatures that summer delivers. Preparing your HOA's landscaping for summer can often feel overwhelming but with the right preparation tips, and assistance from an experienced and skilled commercial landscaping provider, you can make this task much more manageable.

In this blog post, we'll discuss important steps HOAs should take to prepare their neighborhood’s landscape for summer.

6 Tips for Preparing Your Neighborhood’s Landscaping for Summer

As an HOA, one of your top priorities is keeping your neighborhood’s landscaping looking beautiful for residents, visitors, and potential future residents. The following are a few tips for what needs to be done to keep your neighborhood’s landscaping looking beautiful all summer long:

  1. Check for Rodents and Pests – Inspect your landscaping for signs of pest infestations and apply eco-friendly treatments to protect your plants from insects, rodents, and other types of pests.
  2. Inspect Your Irrigation System – Check your irrigations system for leaks and other issues and consider replacing any parts that are old or outdated. Leaks waste water and increase your water bill and older and outdated irrigations systems use more water than necessary, which is wasteful and costly.
  3. Let Your Grass Grow – Don’t cut your grass too low. Allow it to grow to the optimum height for that style of grass. If you cut your grass too low, it can weaken and develop bare patches, especially in areas that see heavy foot traffic.
  4. Add New Plants – Spring is the best time to add certain types of plants to your landscaping, including specific kinds of trees, grass, flowers, and shrubs. Your commercial landscaping expert will know what types of plants should be added each season.
  5. Mulching, Mulching, Mulching – Spring and early summer are the best times to mulch. Adding mulch helps protect your landscaping’s soil from drying out and mulch helps to properly regulate your soil’s temperature.
  6. Prune and Trim Your Trees and Shrubs – Pruning your neighborhood’s shrubbery heading into summer will help it look beautiful all summer long. The same goes when it comes to trimming your trees. When you trim your trees, make sure to trim back branches away from walkways and streets. This will keep those areas clear for foot and vehicle traffic.

Stay Green Can Get Your Neighborhood’s Landscaping Ready for Summer Quickly. Give Us a Call Today!

When it comes to getting your neighborhood’s landscaping ready for summer, time is of the essence. It’s almost May, so summer is just around the corner. At Stay Green, our team of local professionals are always on hand to jump in and take care of any last-minute needs your HOA may have, such as getting your landscaping ready for summer.

Hiring Stay Green means you won't have to worry about delays or communication barriers that can come with working with someone less experienced or skilled. So, if you need to get your neighborhood’s landscaping ready for summer quickly and efficiently, consider turning to our skilled and experienced landscaping professionals.

To learn more about getting your neighborhood’s landscaping ready for spring, summer, fall, or winter, call us at (800) 741-9150 or get in touch with us online today. We’d be happy to assist you! For more information about Stay Green, check out our photo gallery and customers’ reviews.