ManageMowed Launches Fresh Approach to Commercial Landscaping in Colorado Springs
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Innovative landscape management concept for commercial real estate and facilities in Colorado Springs
May 17, 2021 // Franchising.com // COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – It’s never been easier for commercial property owners and facility managers in Colorado Springs to get up and running with ManageMowed, a new landscape management company serving businesses across the region To take care of.
ManageMowed’s new approach to providing landscaping services to businesses, rooted in local ownership and account manager Tyler Peddle, meets the demands, speed and ease of today’s on-demand economy.
ManageMowed specializes in giving companies the attractiveness they need to win new customers and leave a lasting first impression. In addition, ManageMowed is focused on improving the security and protection of property for its customers, all supported by a comprehensive quality control plan and streamlined customer communications.
Providing a smarter commercial landscaping solution, ManageMowed manages customer relationships and a network of local landscaping providers that own and operate to ensure business properties and facilities are easily maintained. ManageMowed offers comprehensive landscape maintenance including lawn, bed, shrub and tree maintenance. On-site inspections and assessments; Real estate improvements such as storm cleaning, irrigation maintenance, fertilization, snow removal and other seasonal services. The business model aims to optimize services for commercial real estate and facility managers such as self-storage companies, gas stations, hotels, retail complexes and more.
“We’re excited to expand to Colorado Springs with someone like Tyler Peddle whose proven sales and management skills enable us to quickly make a difference for local businesses in the marketplace,” said Peter Roberts, co-founder of ManageMowed. “His experience will help us establish the ManageMowed brand locally and bring us closer to our goal of expanding across the country in the coming years.”
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