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Plan Your House Landscaping Budget for 2022

May 17

Residents' needs must be considered when determining a landscaping budget for your Roswell homeowners association. You should include services such as tree service and landscaping supplies into your HOA budget.

An average HOA spends between $45,000 and $100,000 each year on landscaping projects. Landscape costs will rise proportionally to the time that a professional spends working on your property.

It's important to have a checklist when creating a landscape budget. These are the four steps to help you prepare your HOA budget.

Plan Ahead

Allow yourself sufficient time to plan your budget, and to create a schedule with to-dos as well as goals.

Talk to the Board Members

Consider the opinions of other board members when making budget decisions. Discuss the needs and expectations of your community.

Assess HOA Governance Documents, Open Projects, and HOA History

You should review all current and up-to-date governing documents regarding the HOA's annual Budget. To determine what tasks may need to be rethought, you can also look at past HOA budgets.

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Make a budget

When setting a landscaping budget, it is important to consider the green space within your community.

Common Areas of the Community

Determine the amount of "Green Space” available in the HOA

What Attracts Homeowners to Your Neighborhood

Consider adding flowers, mulch, or new trees to your community

Plan ahead to install new common areas, such as benches and gazebos.

Plan ahead to create a playground

Be aware of the Seasons Change

Tree Service: What it Can Do

Trees play an important part in landscaping.

According to Tree Service Roswell, the best time to plant trees is between November and March. Budgeting for increases in tree landscaping costs between November-March would be a smart idea.

It is also important to take care of the trees in your community. It can be costly and time-consuming but it is well worth it. This will improve curb appeal and protect people and property.

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