ManageMowed Expands Its Fresh Approach to Commercial Landscaping in Metro Houston
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Local entrepreneur expands innovative landscape management concept for commercial real estate and facilities to the Central Houston area
July 30, 2021 // Franchising.com // HOUSTON – Thanks to ManageMowed, it has never been easier for commercial property owners and facility managers in Houston to take care of business. The brand’s new location in downtown Houston will increase the company’s ability to offer its fresh approach to landscape management and help even more businesses focus on running businesses without ever worrying about their landscaping.
Houston-based ManageMowed provides a smarter solution for commercial landscaping, managing customer relationships and a network of local owner-operator landscaping providers to ensure commercial properties and facilities are easily maintained. The new territory, the second in the region, will start on July 31st.
“The local Houston franchisee quickly saw the scope of the opportunity and saw the opportunity to expand sales even further in this uncharted territory,” said Peter Roberts, co-founder of ManageMowed. “The expansion in the Houston area is a critical step for him to help other companies maintain the attractiveness necessary to increase customer satisfaction and sales.”
ManageMowed’s new approach to providing enterprise landscaping services meets the demands, speed and simplicity of today’s on-demand economy. With the specialty of giving businesses the attractiveness they need to attract new customers and make a lasting first impression, ManageMowed focuses on improving safety and property for its customers, all backed by a comprehensive quality control plan and streamlined customer communications become.
ManageMowed offers full-service landscaping including lawn, bed, shrub and tree maintenance; Site inspections and assessments; Property improvements such as storm clearance, irrigation maintenance, fertilization, snow removal, and other seasonal services. The business model is designed to streamline services for commercial real estate and facility managers such as self-storage businesses, gas stations, hotels, retail complexes, and more.
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