Brian Thompson and Steve D’Angeli from Belknap Landscape’s irrigation team have a wealth of industry experience that includes completed certifications (CIT) by the Irrigation Association this past spring.
Can you smell the crisp, autumn air? We are experiencing the first signs of fall in the northeast. Cooler weather brings changing colors, leaves falling, holiday planning, family friendly fairs, pumpkins, and cozy nights by the fire pit. Read More
At the 8th annual LandOpt Operations Field Day on August 1, 2018, hosted by Bellantoni Landscape in White Plains NY, Randy Wood and Mark Smith were recognized for their dedication to their clients, their company and industry safety. Read More
There are many reasons why property owners choose to add outdoor lighting to their property. Decreased risk of theft or vandalism, an increase in safety, a well-lit space for nighttime adventures, and a way to accentuate natural elements like greenery and water features. Read More
Belknap Landscape spent Earth Day with the students of Gilford Elementary School. Belknap sponsored Earth Day and worked with the students to planting sugar maples and doing some tree work on the property. Read More
When hiring a landscape contractor, it’s important to find a company that takes safety seriously. If they take the time to assess a situation and make a plan for the best way to approach it, they’ve already considered the things that can go wrong and the safest way to prevent them. Safety is important for employees but for your property too! Read More
Spring is here, and it’s time to plan out your garden, plant new flowers, prepare the lawn, and check out how the trees and shrubs made out this winter. The best way to keep your outdoor living space in top shape is to manage the identification, prevention, and treatments for backyard plant life. If a tomato plant becomes diseased, it is easy to pull it up and throw it away. If a tree or shrub becomes diseased, it can be a more difficult process. Trees with disease can range from an aesthetic deformity, all the way to the complete death of the tree. Read More