With the snow season coming to a close, it’s go time for Aeroscape’s construction and landscape division to ramp up. The temperatures are gradually climbing here in Utah and everyone’s thoughts turn to outdoor projects and enjoying a little time in the sun.
Property owners and managers typically wait until September at the earliest and November at the latest to make decisions about their snow removal provider. This is the time to start finding providers, issue RFP’s and collecting bids. This process is both time consuming and costly. When you are up against the deadline of the first snowstorm it can also be frustrating.
Spring is finally here (well ignore the occasional cold weather we have outside) and it’s a busy time of year out at Daybreak. With close to 1.6 million square feet of turf, 1.9 million native grasses, 62 thousand square feet in garden areas and over 71 thousand square feet in shrub beds we have plenty to do.
With the economic collapse hopefully well behind us, the Aeroscape estimating team has started to see a rise in bidding opportunities in the Commercial and Residential markets. As more projects become available to bid, the industry as a whole has tightened its margins, making reasonable bidding all the more important.
Every homeowner wants their property to stand out against the other homes in their neighborhood. Every business wants to project the best image possible to all potential customers. One of the best ways to achieve a “stand apart” property is to enlist the services a full service landscaping company. Aeroscape Property Maintenance & Landscaping provides a full spectrum of landscaping and design services.