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Rainfall this winter has helped California dig out of a years-long drought. Heaviland Landscape Management would like to remind property owners and managers of important steps to take to maintain landscape investment during heavy rains.
“Appropriate storm water management is necessary to help prevent flooding, erosion and structural property damage, which can lead to costly repairs,” said Rajan Brown, vice president of resource management for Heaviland Landscape Management.
Heaviland Landscape Management suggests property managers use these tips to safeguard their landscaping and property in the event of heavy rain and floods:
If landscape drains are clogged, contact a landscape management company as soon as possible to review the drainage issues and remove trapped sediment and debris to allow for rainwater to drain appropriately. Heaviland Landscape Management can provide additional consultation and service to determine the best storm water management solution for a commercial property.
For more information about Heaviland Landscape Management, visit www.heaviland.net.