July 25, 2020
A positive and welcoming experience keeps customers and visitors coming back, especially in our new normal. This type of curb appeal doesn’t happen by chance. Don’t underestimate your landscaping, several studies show it to directly affect where customers and people shop, dine, and live.
The exterior of your business is the first thing customers, clients, and tenants notice. Whether it’s someone hesitant to stop at a business because of the brown spots on the lawn, overgrown shrubs and weeds. Or someone happily going to a business with a beautiful professional looking landscape with colorful flowers, plants, and a well kept lawn. Both say something about the image of the business.
Attract New Customers
An eye catching landscape encourages new customers to stop by and stay a while. Clean sidewalks, attractive plants, neatly trimmed shrubs and trees. Encouraging potential customers to do business with you with a welcoming environment.
According to the National Association of Landscape Professionals, landscape has the highest correlation with occupancy rates in rental properties. Professional landscape also increases the property value, making it a very lucrative investment.
People tend to judge a book by its cover, draw customers in with captivating entryways and beautiful, colorful flowers in high traffic areas will make your property more enticing, appealing and comfortable will attract customers. Ensuring your retail building or shopping center looks beautiful, clean and competitive will go a long way to impress customers.
It has become a very competitive market for commercial properties throughout Orlando, Tampa and Brevard County. It may just take a few simple landscape enhancements to make your business stand out and get noticed.
Partnering with a professional landscape service, Baker Commercial Landscape, to create an inviting design, keep it well maintained and updated adds value, safety, while attracting guests. We maintain some of Central Florida’s beautiful properties, and understand the landscape challenges and the needs of high traffic businesses.