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Commercial Landscaping

Commercial Landscaping

If you’re a small business owner or a property management company in Southeastern Connecticut, you know it’s that time of year when you should start seeking bids for your upcoming landscaping needs.

Here at Algiere’s Landscaping, we have nearly 5 years experience working with both property management companies and  owners directly.  With our client retention rate near 100%, we are a landscaping business you can rely on to work with you.

Wide Range of Landscaping Services

We are near limitless in what we can provide the business owner or condominium association from landscape maintenance to handyman services to a complete overhaul on your landscape design.

Insured for Commercial Landscaping

As a small business owner, a priority in selecting a landscape contractor is making sure they are properly licensed and insured. Part of our policy at Algiere’s Landscaping is to provide each of our commercial clients with an insurance certificate.

Flexible Options

In addition to our commercial landscaping experience, we offer flexible payment options for our commercial clients and we pride ourselves on coming in under budget, a savings we are more than happy to pass along to our fellow business owners.

Furthermore, Algiere’s Landscaping offers a wide range of flexible scheduling and service options. We understand each business needs are unique unto themselves and your business property is a way to make a first impression clients.

Let us help you make a stellar one by keeping those shrubs in shape and your mulch looking fresh. Contact us to schedule a free consultation today!

Here are some customer testimonials:

Algiere’s Landscaping is prompt and professional and we highly recommend their services. Ben Algiere is down to earth, hard working and meticulous in each and every project he tackles. We have used Ben’s lawn care and spring/fall yard cleanup services for a number of years at residential and commercial properties in addition to hiring him to build small retaining walls and concrete projects. We take great pride in supporting other local small businesses when we know a handshake still means something.

Lyndsay Meiklem, Meiklem Kiln Works , Bozrah, CT

 

“Hi Michelle:  I spoke to the secretary in Essex today, and she says the new

countertop is beautiful, and our IT guy said they did a good job with the

additional holes in the counter he requested.  Thanks for another job well

done!  And under budget!  :)”

 

Alicia Madsen

Building and Grounds Manager

Child and Family Agency of SE CT

255 Hempstead Street

New London, CT  06320

The property serviced is in CT, but the management office is in Florida. Michelle was a pleasure to work with via phone and internet. The terms of service were specified and executed flawlessly. It is nice to know there is a vendor that can be trusted to do the work promised and communicate with us in a timely, professional manner especially when the business relationship is not local. Keep up the good work!

lynn rae Wester

Administrative Assistant
Team Players Corp.

 

Focal Points Made Easy

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Last time we discussed different styles of gardens, and mentioned details such as fountains, sculpture, and shrubbery. While these elements look great in the background, sometimes you want something special to catch the eye that ties all of your landscaping plans together. This is the focal point, and choosing one can be easy when you have an experienced landscaper like Algiere’s to help.

The important thing is to keep everything in perspective. What is your budget like? Is your priority something large, or do you want to spread the money around? Do you prefer a plant or architectural focal point? How much time do you have for maintenance, do you want something that requires a lot of work, or would you prefer something more low maintenance? Consider your style of house and any elements you already have. You don’t want to clash or have anything stick out inappropriately.

 

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It might seem overwhelming, but a good landscaper will sit you down and ask the right questions to get the answers. For example, we might ask if you prefer lilies or daisies. It might seem simple, but the answer tells us a lot about you and your sense of style. Lilies are a more formal flower, while daisies take center stage in a more cottage style of gardening. We will show you pictures of different kinds of plantings and styles of gardens. We can accommodate anyone, whether traditional or more eclectic and funky. Just give us a call!

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Pictures for this week’s blog were taken in the Abbey Gardens in Culross, Scotland. The modern sculptures are by the British artist Julia Francis. For more information on her work, you can email her at julia@themercatgallery.com or visit her Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/JFSculptures. 

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