Your estate grounds say a lot about who you are as a homeowner. An overgrown lawn full of weeds, unkept flowers, and overgrown grass indicates someone that may not put a lot of care into their estate. On the other hand, a structured lawn with healthy trees, colorful plants, and neat aesthetics bring an extra sense of character that most properties lack. At Bello Estate Management, our landscaping team works hard to irrigate, trim and pull out any weeds on your grounds throughout the year. In South Florida, there’s no such thing as an off day for wildlife. Conversely, if you have a nursery or garden you want to take care of, you can rest assured we will keep the flowers healthy and fed so you can return to your dream home.
Unchecked plantlife can do more than make a property look messy, it can also damage the property itself. Any outside structures you may have such as sculptures, fountains, and paths can be in danger of damage as vines and weeds creep into and surround the stone. Furthermore, your sewage system is in the greatest danger for getting damaged by plants. Many trees in South Florida have aggressive roots that grow fast towards the direction of water sources. If they are left unchecked for too long, they can break into your home pipes or septic tank, causing expensive water management issues in your South Florida estate.