If heading to a Simcoe County attraction sounds like more fun than dealing with landscape maintenance this weekend, put us in charge of it for you.
Landscape Maintenance in Simcoe County – The landscaping at your home or commercial property was probably a pretty decent investment. Trees, shrubbery, flowers, and such are not inexpensive, particularly if you have a larger property in Simcoe County, Ontario. The last thing you want to have to do is replace it all because it wasn’t cared for properly. At BDR Property Maintenance, we offer expert landscape maintenance services, so your investment is preserved and your property looks its best continually.
We offer annual, seasonal, monthly, and one-time contracts for landscape maintenance for both residential and commercial properties. In addition to regular landscape maintenance, we can also take care of tree and shrub planting. As the seasons change and it is time to renew your annual flowers, we can take care of that, as well. At the end of the season, we take steps to winterize, so perennials, shrubs, and trees survive the winter.
We know you want your property to look well-maintained. A home needs that to be welcoming. So does a business, but a good impression for clients is important, too. Having the available time to take care of landscape maintenance can be challenging. Besides, who wants to deal with it on those days off work? We bet you’d rather head over to Lake Simcoe for some fishing or hit the trails for a hike or a horseback ride. Then you could come back to a pristine yard, leaving your friends wondering how you manage it all!
Whether you just need landscape maintenance while you are away on a vacation or you would like us to handle it all the time for you, you’ll find our work of the highest quality and our prices reasonable. Call today for a free estimate for any of our maintenance services.
At BDR Property Maintenance, we offer landscape maintenance services in Simcoe County, Ontario, including Barrie, Midland, Alliston, Tiny, Orillia, Angus, Collingwood, Wasaga Beach, and Coldwater.