Thank you for visiting UnitedLawnscape.com! We are very enthused to show you all that we have to offer and cannot wait to speak with you regarding your landscape maintenance needs and new landscape design and construction plans. As a family owned and operated business since 1997, we take pride in the work we do and our team of employees.
It is our goal with each and every landscape project to exceed expectations and enhance the appearance of all the neighborhoods we touch in Macomb County and throughout Southeast Michigan by incorporating unique design and sustainable landscapes.
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Many of your perennials should be pruned back in the fall. You can trim your foliage down to just a few inches. You will want to clear away your trimmings to help prevent disease and rot in the spring. If you experienced disease in your perennials last spring, cut the...
It is a beautiful time of year to be outdoors. Michigan boasts some of the most glorious scenery in the country and the scent of the falling leaves upon the crisp wind is intoxicating. Here are a few tips for readying your yard for fall and the winter’s rest. 1) Pull...
When you need to deal with power tools like a lawnmower, the words “Safety First” even comes with more reality. US Consumer Product Safety Commission reports that more than 60,000 people including 9000 children get injured each year from the unsafe operation of...
COMMITTED TO OUR ENVIRONMENT
Thinking “green” isn’t just a trend in modern design, it will be the standard by which we all live. Whether you’re a commercial developer, business owner, property management specialist or a homeowner, you will be challenged at some point to consider sustainable design.
Sustainable landscape practices are at the forefront in all of our landscape designs. We believe utilizing native plantings in commercial installations provides opportunities for habitat creation, water-use reduction, and the attraction of a variety of birds, butterflies, and other animals.
Sustainable design considers numerous strategies including plant selection and placement around buildings, sourcing local materials, implementing pervious paving options, and xeriscaping. Utilizing drought-tolerant plants will lower the cost of water and irrigation costs. Effective tree placement protects buildings from high winds, cool temperatures, and increased heating costs. Green roof design and installation, wetland mitigation, bioswales and rain gardens, meadow lawns, and low-mow, low-grow lawns are all elements of our landscape sustainability.