BCLS Landscape Services Residential Landscaping Design

Do You Need Landscaping Bids for Your HOA or Office Park? Here’s How to Write an Effective RFP

You need a team of people to create the best RFP document for your community or retail space. For example, an HOA board will work together with input from members for putting together an RFP
Member residents know first-hand what they need from their landscaping company that mows and fertilizes their lawns and creates outdoor spaces that stay within the community’s bylaws.
Here are 10 steps that you and your HOA, POA, or other property board must include in your RFP.

10 Reasons Why Your Commercial Landscape Company Uses Propane Lawn Mowers

As temperatures climb higher and other dangers of climate change start to occur, it’s essential to hire a central VA lawn maintenance company that values sustainability.
At BCLS Landscape Services, we pride ourselves in caring for the environment with our propane lawn mowers and battery-operated, hand-held landscape equipment.
How does this benefit you, our commercial customer?
By marrying what’s best for the customer and what’s best for the environment, our propane lawn mowers have a lower carbon footprint and save you money at the same time.

Why You Need to Add Landscape Enhancements to Your Central VA Property

When it comes to adding a landscape enhancement, you need to plan, not just where you want to add that new flowerbed or gazebo, but you want to plot out the overall landscape design, so everything fits together rather than looking helter-skelter.
Here are five steps for planning your master landscape design as well as any enhancements you want to add for this season

Autumn Pruning and Planting Tips - BCLS Landscape Services of Central Virginia

Its fall so its time for planting and pruning

You may think spring is the best time to plant and update your Central Virginia landscape. However, with the lower temperatures during the fall, fall time is actually perfect for planting an array of trees, shrubs and groundcovers and even pruning some trees and shrubs. In the fall, cooler weather will put less stress on the plants during installation, thus allowing them to better acclimate to the new surroundings.