Commercial News

Commercial News: Brought to you by the Basnight Land & Lawn team. Are you looking for new products? Are you unsure about the type of service your organization or property may need? Our commercial news blog should help you learn more about commercial landscaping and how these services can help you.

  • Basnight Land & Lawn Can help Your Commercial Property Look The Best How can Basnight Land & lawn help you make your commercial property look the best? Spring is the time when commercial grounds maintenance companies get to shine and make you, the property manager, realize that you made a great decision hiring Basnight Land & lawn. Smart property owners know that quality grounds maintenance is much more ...
  • Thanks for the Support! Basnight at CA Day Trade Show It was so great to see so many property managers at the 32nd Annual CA Day Trade Show and Expo! Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth, and tried their hand at our online scavenger hunt! What a fun and educational time for all involved! We were pleased to give away several Husqvarna string trimmers ...
  • What’s Your Snow Removal Plan? If you’re like most proactive property managers, you’re already thinking about winter snow and ice removal for the upcoming season. The smart play is to have your resources lined up now, so your property gets the attention it needs when the snow starts to fly. Effective snow removal is more than plowing into a mound ...
  • Why Basnight Properties Look So Good Basnight-color One of our client property managers recently asked us, “why do your beds look so much better than everyone else’s?”  One of the main reasons is simple – we use only locally grown flowers and shrubs, and we’re involved in the growing process and know exactly what it takes for plants to thrive in our ...
  • Your Communities Deserve the Best BasnightQuality0139Spring is the time when grounds maintenance companies get to shine, and make you, the property manager look great.  Smart property owners know that quality grounds maintenance is much more than cutting grass and spreading mulch.  Companies like Basnight Land & Lawn make sure the property looks great, no matter what the season.  This month our ...
  • Add Basnight Land & Lawn to Your Bid Lists Basnight_commercial_grounds_MaintenanceDependable Grounds Maintenance You Can Trust This is an exciting time of year at Basnight Land & Lawn: property managers are creating their bid lists for RFQs and talking with grounds maintenance companies about 2017 contracts. We’re very appreciative of the opportunities to continue serving existing communities and expand to new properties. We’ve already heard from several ...
  • We Are Ready for Winter Snow Removal Basnight-Snow-Removal-TeamWinter is Here! It’s not just the Holiday Season it’s also Snow Season! So what’s your snow or ice event plan? If you rely on Basnight Land & Lawn to keep your grounds safe and clear, then be sure you’ve sent your snow contract back to us! This is the most important step to ensure a ...
  • Post Storm Cleanup and Fall Prep newrutsfinal650Don’t Try This At Home If you had storm damage, resist the temptation to get out and start cleaning up right away. The ground is still incredibly wet and even walking across grassy areas can damage your lawn and open space areas. Wheelbarrows, tractors and carts will do even more damage, not to mention trucks. Our area ...
  • Evaluating Grounds Maintenance Contract Bids Commercial property landscapingAs we head into the season for RFPs and bids for commercial grounds maintenance contracts, we find property managers often turn to us for help in evaluating the services described. It can be hard to create an apples-to-apples comparison, and that becomes even more difficult when measuring intangibles, such as expertise. Here are a few questions ...
  • How much water does a Fescue lawn need? big-proper650-trimmedIn general, fescue turf grasses need about 3/4″ – 1″ of water per week to maintain a nice green color and active growth. However, during certain times of the summer when high temperatures are the norm, you should allow lawns to naturally slow down in growth. You may even let the lawn go almost completely dormant in ...