Amber’s Story

Contributed By: EEL Team Mary Follin
September 6, 2023

The Fall Beat, September 2023

Amber, David, and Kyle

  Amber’s Story



We spend a lot of time making sure our practices align with our core values, so we love when a client ‘gets’ what we’re trying to do. Read property manager Amber Truxell‘s story about her experience working with us!

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Sustainable Landscaping Corner

Why choose sustainable landscaping for commercial properties?

The most obvious advantage of sustainable landscaping for commercial buildings is the positive impact it has on the environment. By incorporating native plants, drought-resistant species, and green infrastructure, these landscapes require less water and reduce the demand for energy-intensive maintenance practices.

Furthermore, the implementation of a smoothly operating irrigation system helps promote efficient water management, curb water waste, and minimize ‘watering sidewalks and streets.’
From an economic perspective, sustainable landscaping also proves to be a wise investment for commercial properties. By reducing water consumption and maintenance costs, businesses can witness substantial savings in the long run. And of course, curb appeal enhances the market value of commercial properties and attracts eco-conscious clientele.

Beyond economics, sustainable landscapes contribute to the well-being of employees, tenants, and the broader community. Green spaces provide opportunities for relaxation, stress reduction, and improved air quality, fostering a healthier and more productive work environment.

What’s not to love about environmentally-conscious landscaping? Give me a call to find out how we can help you make the switch if you haven’t already!

Warm Regards,

Kyle Thurman
Design Director
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