It’s the 21st century and image is everything. The commercial industry in Olathe, Kansas is no exception with its bustling corporate sector scrambling to have their properties looking as important as their company is. That’s why the Olathe landscaping business KC Garden Gate is targeting the city’s commercial properties.
Businesses looking to keep their landscaping looking like Eden year round are presented with the challenge of the extreme summer and winter seasons of Kansas. Finding an Olathe landscaping company that offers full services year round is more than beneficial, it’s a priority. The ability to use just one company for every need means less time spent on logistics and more time spent on the business. It’s for this reason KC Garden Gate’s year round commercial maintenance contracts have been so appealing to local business owners and have inspired the Olathe landscaping business to strategically target the area with their full service contracts.
“A lot of Olathe landscaping companies only offer one service,” comments owner MIchael Candillo,“we offer full services all year round in one contract; landscaping projects, total lawn care, drainage, tree and shrub trimming, snow removal and ice management. We’ve learned that businesses want to worry about business - not how they’re going to keep their property looking good and staying safe in the winter.”
KC Garden Gate found their beginnings in the residential sector with small scale landscaping projects and lawn care, but soon discovered they enjoyed the unique challenges of their skill and imagination that commercial sector landscaping projects offered. After having whet their appetites with these daunting, yet fun, large scale projects they could never go back to small time landscaping.
When asked what makes his lawn care and landscaping company stand out from the rest in his industry Candillo says,“The way we treat our Olathe commercial landscaping customers. In our experience with Olathe landscaping we’ve found that big businesses working with big landscaping companies have had a hard time finding a landscaping company that would work with them and make them a priority. For example, we were working with an apartment complex in Kansas City who was going to have us do a huge mulch project in the spring. The owner got a call regarding a surprise inspection that was going to be very important for the property. She called us, explained her situation and we made it happen. We made her a priority and finished the project way ahead of schedule without neglecting our other clients. It took a lot of hard work, but it was worth it.”
With rapid residential and commercial growth these past years and no signs of slowing KC Garden Gate (kcgardengate.com) is excited to see what Olathe landscaping business lies ahead. In closing Candillo sums up his business values in on phrase,“we don’t necessarily want to be the biggest, but we do want to be the best.” It’s for that reason this journalist is convinced that KC Garden Gate has a bright future ahead.