28 August 2013

Outdoor Fresh for a Healthy Business

When speaking about something with a pleasant smell a person may say, "outdoor fresh" or "fresh as a daisy" but never "indoor fresh!" The aesthetic value of plants is just as important as their value to freshening the air. Just looking at a room with strategically placed, well-cared for plants elicits an atmosphere of cleanliness. 

Consider a plant for hire service to bring the outdoor freshness into your business or home with little fuss on your part. You may not be a garden expert, but a plant hire service employs technicians with the knowledge for how much water, sun and nutrients each type of plant must have. They also have the expertise to know which type of plants will work best in your particular environment and in coordination with your current decor. 

With indoor plants you want to create a healthy, peaceful environment, not create more stress by having to maintain a schedule and care regiment. An indoor plant hire service removes the stress from having to care for the plants. Trained technicians will arrive to take care of all the plants' needs, such as watering, fertilizing and pruning. Other maintenance that is often easy to forget about is dusting, cleaning and rotating the plants for optimum sun exposure. You do not want to have to worry about a thing pertaining to care of the plants. To ensure this you will want to employ a service with a proven, reliable record. When looking for a service choose one with long-term, experienced employees who are friendly and flexible to your office hours. You also want to look for a service that has received recommendations from other businesses.

In addition, the service should have the ability to offer a wide choice of plants and customized selections. Timely service that keeps the plants healthy and always looking their finest is of utmost importance. Staff that arrives on time and goes about their tasks of attending to the plants efficiently with no interference will preserve the productivity of your employees and your business operations. 

To protect not only your plant investment, but also your business, hire a service that is fully insured for public liability, workers compensation and property damage. Gaddy's Indooor Plant Hire service in Sydney has these qualities a business desires in a plant service. Their full range of services and testimonials can be found at www.gaddysplanthire.com.au.

11 comments:

  1. That is a really good idea! We recently added a few house plants to our home to try to improve air quality. I've definitely noticed that I've been neglecting to rotate and dust them as often as I should though!

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  2. That's an interesting concept. I'm often stressed out by scheduling the care and watering of plants, both at home and work! It seems like a great concept for offices. Thanks for letting us know about this service.

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  3. I love adding plants to a room. I also love the Feng Shui benefits of adding plants. Unfortunately, I do not have anything close to a green thumb and usually kill off most of my plants. :(

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  4. Most plants that have entered our home or business have died not long after from lack of attention. I will remember for a few weeks, but after that it unintentionally meets it demise. This sounds like a great alternative for people like me!

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  5. Patricia HoffmeisterSeptember 3, 2013 at 6:43 PM

    I do not have a green thumb, but enjoy fresh plants and flowers in my home. I try hard, but nothing seems to work. Guess I have a "black" thumb. My dad could plant a stick and it would grow.

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  6. Such a great idea thanks so much!!

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  7. What a neat idea. It may be awfully expensive if you have a small business.

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  8. interesting idea, green is suppose to be a relaxing color.

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  9. Neat concept. I love plants, but no green thumb here. I wonder if we have anything like that in my area and what the cost would be.
    Thanks for the info.

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  10. Neat concept. I love plants, but no green thumb here. I wonder if there is something like it here and how much it would cost.
    Thanks for the info.

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