Maintenance Consulting Services at Pollock & Associates, Inc.

Landscape maintenance is extremely important and often overlooked or taken for granted. Typically, we go out and prune the shrubs or cut the grass the same way over and over. After a few years this results in what I call a “tired landscape”. Proper maintenance techniques will prevent this from happening and with the appropriate direction/knowledge we can prevent the “tired” look on your property. Our thought is that a landscape needs to be “Managed” not “Maintained”. If you are pro-active to handle situations in the landscape before they become problems, you can avoid costly repairs or replacements.

Pollock & Associates, Inc. offers a Consulting Service to assist residential and commercial owners in managing their landscapes. We inspect each property and prepare a report outlining in detail each area of the site is to be dealt with. This could be transplanting daylilies from underneath a shrub  to another location in the sun, to hard pruning a holly that has gotten too large, to removing lawn that is now in too much shade from trees that have grown. By handling these items as they occur as opposed to waiting until there is an obvious problem, you can avoid costly repairs.

We visit each site on a scheduled basis, (once every 3 months, every 4 months, or twice a year), as dictated by the needs of each site. We inform the owner of our recommendations with a written report and assist in acquiring the proper contractors to perform the necessary adjustments.

The Atlanta/North Georgia landscapes evolve rapidly and it is very important to keep up with the changes occurring to keep your landscape healthy and beautiful for years to come. Call us today for your FREE initial consultation at: Pollock & Associates, Inc.  770-569-5900

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2 Responses to Maintenance Consulting Services at Pollock & Associates, Inc.

  1. MyHappyPlace says:

    Good stuff!

  2. John says:

    I was wondering how to get my holly back into great shape. It has grown too large and has begun to over power the area and other plants near it. Thanks!