Weathering costs, the elements: Four tips for an association’s landscaping

Landscaping can consume a huge chunk of a community association’s budget, and hot, dry seasons are rough on that investment.  It’s easy to see when grass turns sandy-colored from lack of water. Other damage is less obvious until too late. Trees, for example, can suffer the effects of drought for up to five years, said Sherman Fields, president at Acres Group landscaping company in Plainfield.    Read the article…………….


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