Commercial Landscape Design

In the highly competitive world of commercial real estate, first impressions can have a lot to do with whether or not a potential tenant signs on the dotted line. When a prospect arrives at your property for the first time, what will their immediate impression be?

If you want your property to be memorable and stand out from the crowd, a well-designed and expertly-installed commercial landscape can get you there. Ayres Landscapes Services experienced and award-winning team of commercial landscape designers and architects understand the positive impact a sustainable, professionally-designed landscape can have on visitors, tenants and surrounding community — as well as your property value.


From initial consultation and master plan to proposal an

d installation, our budget-conscious approach to commercial landscape design includes a personalized site plan based on your goals, innovative design concepts and an

emphasis on native plant material — after all, it’s in our name.

Commercial Landscape Construction

Implementing a commercial landscape design plan — from the ground up or as an enhancement — can be quite an undertaking. And when it comes to the heavy lifting, shortcuts are the last thing you want your commercial landscaper taking. From start to finish, Native Land Design’s commercial landscape construction methodology is all-inclusive and budget-conscious.

Some construction projects for a commercial landscape may include but are not limited to:

  • Tree and shrub planting/transplanting
  • Hard scape installation — e.g., patios, retaining walls, fencing, sidewalks, signage
  • Grading
  • Irrigation, drainage and storm water solutions
  • Landscape lighting

Ayres Landscapes Services is a fully licensed and insured commercial landscape firm. While working within a specified time frame, our construction crews follow stringent safety standards and maintain meticulous horticultural practices. We only use the highest quality native plant material and source additional landscape and hardscapes products from the most reputable suppliers.


Commercial Landscape Enhancements

Revitalization — sometimes that’s all a commercial landscape needs to regain its relevance and keep tenants interested. For existing sites, commercial landscape enhancements are an excellent, cost-effective way to make that happen. Once areas of opportunity have been identified in your landscape, enhancements can be made to breathe life back into your property — and increase the property value.

In addition to reintroducing beauty and visual interest to the exterior of your site, commercial landscape enhancements have the capability to reduce utility costs, discourage crime, indicate new management and even improve pedestrian safety. Popular enhancements for a commercial landscape may include but are not limited to:

  • Mulch for landscaped beds
  • Low-maintenance plant material
  • Outdoor seating areas and sidewalks
  • Bold, seasonal color at high visibility areas
  • Sod installation
  • Outdoor lighting fixtures

If you are interested in enhancing your current property, Ayres Landscapes Services will take the time to fully understand your needs, budget and goals. By working closely with local landscape architects, engineers and site work contractors, Ayres Landscapes Services can deliver a sustainable project that brings the best out of your site while carrying your distinct signature.


For Further Information Contact

Ayres Landscape Services, Inc

P.O. Box 1035

Chino, CA. 91708



2 thoughts on “Commercial Landscape Design

  1. Useful! Appealing! Quality! Valuable! Fabulous! Wonderful! Incredible! Just all the wonderful words apply to this material! If you keep up the excellent job, thank you from the base of my heart as well as spirit and I will certainly come go to again!

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