If you care about the impact your commercial property makes on the environment and the health of the people who work in and visit your property, LEED certification is worth considering.
While much of LEED certification involves the construction of a building, “Don’t forget about the outside, too,” says Shelley Russell (pictured), landscape designer at Level Green Landscaping. Russell is trained in LEED certification, earning a LEED Green Associate designation.
“We can help you get more points so you can achieve a higher level, maybe move from Platinum to Gold,” she says.
What is she talking about?
Here’s a closer look at why LEED certification matters for your commercial property — and how landscaping can help you get there.