Maybe you’ve been staring at that empty bed of mulch on your property for so long, you don’t even notice it anymore.
But your customers, visitors and potential tenants do.
That open space of nothing but mulch isn’t doing you or your commercial property any favors.
Maybe it used to be filled with attractive plants, but they all died.
Maybe it’s just always been there.
It’s boring. It’s full of weeds. It’s wasted space.
You can do so much better.
Just give us an opportunity.
Time for a picnic lunch. Or a fresh air work session. Or a break from a marathon shopping spree.
Turn that blank boring expanse of mulch into your property’s most popular gathering spot with comfy outdoor seating, umbrellas for shade and big pots of tropical plants.
Employees, shoppers, diners, tenants — everybody loves a place to plop down for a bit and enjoy the outdoors.
Run, Dog, Run
Have you noticed all the dogs in the DC area? It seems almost everybody has an energetic pooch, but there aren’t a lot of places for them to run.
Turn that expanse of unused mulched area into a dog run and it will be a huge draw for new tenants.
We use a specific type of artificial turf designed for dog runs. It drains well, has antibacterial properties and is non-toxic, so if Duke nibbles a bit, he won’t get sick.
Nothing attracts parents like playgrounds. We’ll transform your unused area into a play palace that draws tenants to your apartment building or lingering shoppers to your retail center.
When kids can safely play, that’s where their parents want to shop, work and live.
Grow Tomatoes and Be Kind to Bees
Community gardens bring people together, attract tenants, provide healthy fresh-grown food and help those beleaguered pollinators.
It’s a win-win-win-win.
If your neglected bed of mulch is in a sunny spot, it’s the perfect spot to grow tomatoes, peppers, green beans, strawberries, and a few giant sunflowers just for fun.
Be kind to bees and include some plants pollinators love.
All types of pollinators – insects, birds and bats – are in trouble due to habitat loss, diseases and pesticide use.
Turn your blank expanse of mulch into a haven of help.
That’s right. We can turn that unused space into a cornhole court for residents, tenants or your employees to enjoy.
Everybody loves this bean bag tossing game. Add a court and you’ll quickly draw an enthusiastic crowd of happy players.
Fire Up the Pit
Transform that wasted space into one of the hottest amenities. Fire pits are must-haves these days for condo and apartment courtyards.
Everybody wants a fire pit. It brings people outside and fosters a sense of community.
Hotels have joined this hot landscape enhancement trend, too, offering outdoor fire features to encourage guests to linger on the property.
Millennial renters love outdoor areas with fire pits and grills. Instant party, and you don’t have to clean your place.
Cook Up A Culinary Garden
If your property is a restaurant, the answer to that wasted space of mulch is deliciously obvious. Add a culinary garden.
More and more restaurants are growing their own vegetables and herbs to use in their cooking.
Think gourmet pizza with fresh picked basil.
Edible plants enhance your cooking, save money and beautify your landscape, all at the same time.
Packaging? What packaging?
That ratty mulch bed is costing you.
With no plants to crowd them out, weeds sneak in. Now you have a big expanse of weedy mulch.
If it’s close to your entrance, it makes you look bad.
And you’re wasting valuable space that could be filled with amenities that actually attract tenants, customers and potential employees.
Meanwhile, you’re paying to have it weeded. Weed killer is being sprayed unnecessarily.
It makes no sense.
Make More of Your Mulch With Level Green
You’ll be amazed how fast we can transform that neglected mulched area into something really special.
You’ll attract more interest from tenants, visitors, shoppers or potential employees.
If you’re not already a Level Green Landscaping client, we’d love to add you to our growing list of happy customers.
Our focus is on commercial properties like offices, mixed-use sites, HOAs, municipalities and institutions in Maryland, Washington DC and parts of Virginia.
Contact us at 202-544-0968.
You can also request a free consultation online to meet with us one-on-one.
We’d love to hear from you.