How to Fix Your Property’s Grub Problem

Here at Peter Ferrandino Group Inc., we pride ourselves on going the extra mile for our clients. We want to make sure that they are always satisfied with our services, and that we deliver the highest quality care for their property. Those that are looking for commercial landscape maintenance services in Carrollton, TX and throughout

By |June 30th, 2017|Maintenance|0 Comments

Making a Good First Impression

For many property managers, the phrase “you only get one chance to make a first impression” is more than just sound advice, it’s strong business acumen.
The curb appeal, or “physical attractiveness of a property as seen from the street,” is the first thing a prospective tenant, resident, or customer notices about your business.  This is

By |February 4th, 2016|Landscaping, Maintenance|0 Comments

Landscape Maintenance Budgets – Looking Ahead

Does your landscape maintenance crew look tired? It’s been a busy few months at PFG yet our teams are just getting started as many customers are already asking us to help them build out their 2016 budgets. When getting ready to build your budget for next year it’s important to look back at those

By |September 30th, 2015|Contracts, Landscaping, Maintenance|0 Comments

Identifying Broken Irrigation Systems

Hearing the drip, drip of your profits washing away due to broken irrigation systems? Routine irrigation startups and system checks is vital to a prosperous running system. Common issues that we can identify at PFG are any leaks, crooked sprinklers, design flaws or overgrowth from the landscape itself. These are common issues that can affect

By |August 19th, 2015|Irrigation, Maintenance|0 Comments

Understanding Tree Care Maintenance

June landscape maintenance means ensuring you have enough time allocated for those shrubs and trees. Staying ahead of the much-needed trimming will deliver great curb appeal for any property. Keeping a well-maintained property is the difference between a good landscape and great landscape. When trees are diseased, damaged or poorly pruned, it can have a

By |June 10th, 2015|Landscaping, Maintenance, Tree Care|0 Comments
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