Glendale Landscaping Co.


Glendale Commercial Landscaping

Glendale Landscaping also offers commercial landscaping services. The way your business or community property looks on the outside says a lot about how it looks on the inside! You want your property to look clean and inviting. Our company works with you to come up with the right plan for your property and your budget. Whether that is revisiting your commercial property weekly, bi-weekly, once a month – we come up with the right plan and use the correct materials to fit that plan.

​We offer services in grass mowing, edging and weeding, blowing walkways and parking lots, bug control with or without pesticides, fertilize lawns and plants, control weeds, remove leaves, and trash pick up. Our highly trained staff can also install concrete pavers and remove trees as requested. In order to continue to impress clients and guests you need to keep your lawn and property looking sharp! Commercial landscape maintenance and commercial landscape lighting is something to take very seriously! If you do not stay up to date with maintenance for your commercial property it can end up costing you a lot of money in the future. When was the last time you checked your irrigation system? Or when was the last time you aerated your turf or pruned your palm trees? We take care of all those mundane tasks for you. We come every week or every month, whichever you prefer, and we make sure your commercial landscape is looking its finest. Palm trees can be especially dangerous if they are not kept well. Dead palm fronds can fall on a person or even a vehicle and cause serious damage. You must have these removed regularly. Not only are palms dangerous when not taken care of – they are also messy! The fruit alone will fall to the ground and produce hundreds of new palm saplings near the bottom of the tree. These are very similar to weeds. In addition, the fruits also attract many unwanted rodents. If you need help preparing your commercial property for the summer, pease call us today and speak to one of our specialists

Because we operate in California, we make sure our team at Glendale Landscaping is knowledgable in how to reduce fire hazards with brush abatement. Especially, in summer months, the risk of brush fires increase exponentially. The last thing we want to see is your commercial property damaged or destroyed because of a wildfire. The most preventative thing you can do to prevent your property from fires is through brush abatement. Brush is made up of excess bristles, dirt, dead leaves, etc. Brush abate is when landscapers removed the brush surrounding a property that would act heighten the fire. This also includes removing any dead or dying trees, bushes, or shrubs. Another tip that Glendale Landscaping takes to prevent wildfires from destroying your property is making sure tree branches are trimmed at least ten feet from all rooftops.

Another strategy that we use to prevent wildfires from swarming your commercial property is to replace brush with high-end, drought-tolerant and fire resistant landscapes within a fifty feet radius of the building/property. It would be amazing if there were actually fire proof plants that we could plant around the building to stop the fire. Unfortunately, there is not – however, there are plants that are more resistant to fires than others. The plants that grow closer to the ground and are high in moisture are more fire resistant than the ones that are low in moisture and grow much higher from the ground. Bush honeysuckles, hedging roses, cotoneaster, currant, sumac, and shrub apples are also fire-resistant. We always recommend to our customers to use mulch, rock, or flower beds as much as possible as ground covers. This proves as effective firebreaks. In addition, we recommend using rockrose, aloe, and ice plant because these are actually fire-retardant plant species. In addition to plant species, there are certain types of wood that are less flammable than others. The best wood to use is plant hardwood, poplar, maple, and cherry trees because they are much less flammable than fir, pine, and various other conifers.