Landscaping services do far more than make your yard look pretty. Lawn repair services can restore your yard and make it healthy again. A well-kept lawn is known to reduce allergies and and provide shade, among other benefits. And in terms of hardscaping services, features such as outdoor walkways and a personal pond can do wonders for your house’s mystique (and not to mention property values). Taking care of your lawn is required by many residential areas and municipalities. However, just because it’s often a necessity doesn’t mean it should be a chore. Hiring landscaping and hardscaping services can do wonders for your overall property.
To better illustrate how beneficial landscaping can be, here are three direct advantages of hiring landscaping companies for your property:
Increase Your Property Value: Landscaping can significantly increase the value of your property come selling time. Money Magazine recently found that a good landscaping job can increase a property’s recovery value by 100 or even 200%! Moreover, three-fifths of prospective homeowners claim that a well-groomed lawn influences any decision they make.
Protect Your Lawn and Property: Obviously, landscaping greatly improves the condition of your lawn and overall property. A single tree in your lawn, for example, can save you more than $250 in air conditioning. It can also help fight pollution and erosion and can provide protection against the elements.
Boost the American Economy: Landscaping services benefit the community in addition to your household. Landscaping in the United States generates about $73 billion in revenue every year. The industry itself has grown by 3.7% annually from 2009 to 2014. There are close to 400,000 landscaping companies across the U.S. with about 900,000 employees overall. Hiring landscaping services can boost economic growth during difficult times in the U.S.
So, whether you’re interested in outdoor walkways, lowering your A/C bill, or simply having a well-kept lawn, Borsello Landscaping is here to help residents in Delaware and Southeastern Pennsylvania.