Category: Landscaping

Landscaping
2017 April 2017 Market Review & Forecast

By all accounts, the New York City co-op and condo market is continuing its healthy, active trend of the past few years (although the frantic activity of the immediate post-Recession years seems to have eased somewhat—particularly at the up…

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2017 April Working With Architectural Committees

Property maintenance is a major responsibility of ownership.  In many unique ways, maintenance programs in a co-op or condo buildings – especially in older properties having architectural or design features with important artistic histories…

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2017 April Caring For Trees

Trees may seem like the ultimate in low-maintenance landscaping; they’re naturally occurring, live for decades (sometimes centuries), don’t really require much in the way of watering, and sometimes don’t even need pruning.  But while all t…

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2017 April Seasonal Maintenance

Building maintenance follows a schedule based on the seasons, each of which presents a unique set of challenges to a co-op or condo. At certain times of the year, it just makes sense to do certain regular maintenance projects: weatherizing,…

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Landscaping Trends

What's new and exciting in the landscaping and lawn care field? What trends are blooming for spring? This landscape pro offers a bouquet of fresh ideas for co-ops, condos and HOAs. 

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Hiring a Landscaping Company

Spring is around the corner, and with warmer weather and sunnier days come lots of decisions about how to care for your building or HOA's landscaping elements. Here, landscaping and lawn care pros share some ideas about what boards can do b…

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You Can't Plant That Here

Spring is coming, and for communities both large and small, urban and suburban, it's time to start thinking about beautifying their exteriors. Avoid some common - and often pricey - landscaping-related mistakes with this sage advice from pr…

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Preparing For the Invasion

Second of a two-part article. Trees have their own natural enemies, but perhaps the most devastating for co-op, condo and HOA communities are invasive species of insects like the emerald ash borer (EAB). Originating in Asia, this …

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Invasive Pests

Some landscaping pros give advice on what species of pests to look out for, and what to do if they show up on your property! 

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