A Favor, Tenants Who Love You, and Going Native

Contributed By: EEL Team Mary Follin
October 25, 2023

The Fall Beat, November 2023

When we take on a new property, the first thing we do is listen.

It’s that time of year again—budget season—and RFPs are stacking up here at EE.

So here’s my first request. If we don’t have your RFP yet, please send it! We’d love the opportunity to provide you with continued service. And if you aren’t already our client, please put us on your vendor list. We would be delighted to offer you the same high-quality service we offer our current clients.

This is my second request. If you know anybody who is dissatisfied with their current landscape services or inheriting new properties, we would be grateful for your referral.

And now, here’s something for you. We’ve put together an e-guide to help you check all the boxes that will make your clients happy: A Property Manager’s Guide: Landscaping Strategies That Will Make Your Tenants Love You.

Enjoy!

Sustainable Landscaping Corner

Native Plants: A Sustainable Choice for Commercial Buildings

In the realm of modern architecture and urban development, the call for sustainability has never been more urgent than it is today. As a result, native plant materials are showing up on commercial properties, city streets, and common areas. Native plants—those indigenous to a specific region—offer a number of benefits that make ‘going native’ an ideal choice for many of our commercial clients.

Native plants are adapted to the local climate, requiring less water and maintenance once established. This not only reduces water consumption but also lowers maintenance costs, making native plant materials a budget-friendly choice. Furthermore, native plants promote biodiversity by providing habitat and sustenance for local wildlife—good for the ecosystem and fun to watch!

By choosing native plants, you’ll make everybody happy: your tenants, your residents, your planet—and yourself.

It’s a decision you’ll feel good about.

Be sure to ask me about native plant materials and how we can integrate them into your unique spaces. Call me if this is something you’d like to talk about!

Warm Regards,

Kyle Thurman
Design Director
Ask About Organic Options! Environmental Enhancements
www.eelandscaping.com
540.764.4433

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