North America’s needs for residential, commercial, and metropolitan landscaping are increasing.
And with growing interest in climate-friendly botanical design driving the lawn care and landscaping industry, you might be wondering how to level up your landscaping business to join the boom?
Held from October 18th to the 21st in Louisville, the Equip Exposition is the leading international landscape, outdoor living, and equipment summit in the USA.
After a successful track record and a 40-year run, the GIE+EXPO has also rebranded itself with a new look and feel.
Here at Jay Scotts, we have a keen interest in the state, size, and direction of the landscaping industry as a means to keep our planter products and services relevant and at the optimum value to both those working in the landscaping industry and the end-user.
Today, for most of us city dwellers, the “natural habitat” is largely the built environment, a trend that has only increased since the industrial revolution towards urbanization. As a result, nature has been mostly left as an afterthought.
Marketing is the best way to increase the sales of your landscape company. In this article, we look at battle-tested marketing strategies that help you implement advertising techniques, generate leads, and find new business.
Jay Scotts has earned its reputation as a leading designer and wholesale supplier of world-class planter products. In doing so, we have had the opportunity to work with many different customers. Our planters can be seen in industries ranging from hospitality to public institutions.
Whether the job is hard landscaping or lawn care maintenance, the bulk of landscaping work is carried out outdoors. Thus if you hire a landscaping or lawn care business, you will be subjected to the whims and fancies of the weather.
When it comes to indoor and outdoor container gardening, without a doubt, fiberglass planters are the superior choice on the basis of longevity, strength, weight, durability, weather resistance, and style.
The main goal of beautiful landscaping is to create an appealing look.
It involves the use of plants and other hardscaping elements like planters, rocks, and fountains in order to make the space more attractive.
For a container garden, be it indoors or outdoors, there are fewer things more impressive than a large planter. Big containers easily dominate the commercial landscaping world by creating an awe-inspiring focal point or functional room dividers.