If you’re having some trust issues with your vendors, it’s best to talk them out. He or she might not even realize that there’s a problem. You may also need to insist on an ‘eye to eye’ meeting and perhaps a ‘walk through’ on the areas of concern, because you want everything to look right and be acceptable. Managers who don’t take things like landscape fertility management seriously can affect the way a rental looks, whether it’s a house or a large apartment complex. You want people to want to rent or own there, and you want them to stick around.
If the grounds around the property don’t look good, that can really turn people off. You also want to be able to trust your vendors because you shouldn’t have to check up on him or her and see that things are being done. At Soil Technology we provide monthly and quarterly reporting so the property manager and Board members can track our progress. They can see the visual effects of our fertility management, but also the scientific reasons for the healthy changes in plant material. You need someone who knows what you want, works hard, and gets along with your property manager so there are fewer conflicts.
If you’re looking for information on landscaping in the San Diego area, contact Soil Technology today.