It’s almost the new year and time to get your new year’s resolutions underway. When it comes to your office garden, this is a good time to review what you achieved last year and to consider what you would like to change or update in the year going forward.
t EcoBalance, we are committed to helping our clients create sustainable and stunning landscapes to suit their surrounds, their buildings, and their organisations. When it comes to corporate landscaping, we understand that landscapes need to be maintained and refreshed over time and in line with changing trends.
Have a lawn that takes a lot of foot traffic? Planning a new commercial development that will see loads of feet across the door and through the grounds? While grass can look lovely, it does require committed maintenance in order to look good all year round and can take quite a beating from too many feet. So it might not be the best choice for high foot traffic areas.
Your business signage, especially near your commercial property, is one of your business’ greatest advertising opportunities. It should be designed to make a great impression, invite visitors in and send a message about your business and its purpose. The best way to boost that signage? With top notch commercial landscaping (it really does count).
Developing a new shopping centre? Reviving an outdated space? Shopping mall layout and design has changed significantly over time as shoppers demand more of a lifestyle rather than pure shopping experience. This means working with a theme and style that encourages shoppers to stay and linger in shopping spaces – to enjoy their time indoors and, ultimately, spend more.
Are you building an office block in a fire-prone area? Developing a property on an urban/wild interface that includes wild indigenous vegetation? If you’re looking at creating a corporate garden or landscaped space, it’s worth considering firescaping – the practice of including fire-safe measure in your garden to reduce the risk of a fire.
Your office garden adds value to your property and brings numerous benefits to your staff’s work experience. But it’s not enough to just have a garden – you need to maintain and care for it to ensure it stays in the best possible shape. An unkempt garden, especially one that is dry and dying, can have a negative impact far worse than not having a garden at all.
More and more, hard-working professionals are keeping late hours or working night shifts on big projects. And, as we already know that a corporate garden has many employee benefits, what could be better than a corporate moon garden?