As climate change wreaks havoc on spring weather, be prepared to protect your tender spring plants. While April showers bring May flowers, the sudden overnight frosts and relentless downpours could kill your plants well before May 1st. How Cold Weather Affects Plants in a Garden or Landscape Property managers and homeowners need to worry about overnight frosts, spring snows,…
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Have you noticed more birdsong and trees budding with flowers? Then, it’s time to follow along with our landscape management calendar for all of your commercial property’s landscape needs. What is Landscape Management? We offer year-round commercial landscape management services at BCLS Landscape Services, Ashland, VA. If you’re not happy with your current property manager, contact us today. We employ…
If we could take a poll, how many of you would vote that Punxsutawney Phil will see his shadow on February 2nd, meaning that there will be six more weeks of winter?
How many of you would vote that the furry man won’t see his shadow and spring will be early this year?
In November, we shared our winter weather forecast. Were we correct or way off the mark? Fortunately, NOAA makes more accurate predictions for upcoming winter weather.
As a real estate property owner, you want everyone to be safe this winter while visiting your retail center, restaurant, or HOA.
How can you ensure that everyone stays protected from slip and fall incidences this winter?
Make sure your snow and ice plan is updated, and your snow contractor knows what areas need to be cleared of snow and ice on your property.
The following information isn’t a replacement for your insurance company’s protocols. Always contact your insurer to get exact details on handling snow, ice, and slip and fall accidents
The Farmer’s Almanac, the Old Farmer’s Almanac, and NOAA all agree that we’ll be cold, and there will be precipitation. However, they disagree on the specifics of long-range winter weather predictions.