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Why HOAs Should Avoid Lowball Landscape Maintenance Proposals

If your HOA community is shopping for a new landscape maintenance provider, then you owe it to your board members to share this story with them. One side of the coin: Lowballing prices makes landscape companies competitive and helps them retain clients who may look elsewhere. The flip side: Going…

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WHY SWIFT & SINCERE SERVICE GOES A LONG WAY IN LANDSCAPING

Gliding through a day of landscape maintenance services rarely happens because Mother Nature interrupts so often – especially in southwest Florida. But in between the rain, wind, bugs and temperature extremes, ArtisTree sure appreciates getting praise from our valued customers this holiday season. “ArtisTree’s work out at the front entry…

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CONTRACT LANGUAGE SHOULD BE WARM, NOT FUZZY.

Landscape-maintenance RPQs are too often met with fuzzy contract language written by landscape companies that should know better. If you’re a property manager, CAM or HOA board member, look for vague words like these: - “Custom-blended” fertilizer (details, please?) - “Standard-blend” - “Similar to” - “If deemed necessary” (by whose…

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