Let CoCal’s Commercial Patio Contractors Connect Your Clients to Nature in Denver, Colorado
Patios can add a beautiful gathering space to any commercial property. If you want to host outdoor meals, meetings, or social events, a well-planned patio can create lasting memories and excellent impressions of your business. At CoCal Landscape, we have over 25 years of experience designing, building, and maintaining commercial patios for clients in Denver, Colorado and surrounding areas. Our friendly commercial patio contractors will work closely with you to design a patio that best meets your needs, and our patio services include everything from designing and enhancing to building. Beautiful, carefully-designed commercial patios add something a little extra to your landscape to help you make a great first impression on new clients and retain existing ones.
At CoCal Landscape, we care about helping our clients design safe and beautiful patios. Our commercial patio contractors can help our clients decide on:
- Materials, such as concrete, stone, brick, or wood
- Appropriate materials that will complement your building and landscape
- Pottery or Built-ins
Choose the Right Materials to Create a Stunning, Sturdy Patio
Using the right materials to build your patio is an important aspect of achieving the effect you desire. Some common materials that are used to build patios include stone, concrete, wood, bricks, and cobblestones. Most patio installations add another level of sustainability to your property and they help reduce stormwater runoff as most of our patios surfaces we install are permeable. Selecting what type or types of material you would like to use is the first step in designing your new patio, and several factors should be taken into consideration, such as the appearance, longevity, and safety of possible materials.
Many commercial property owners prioritize the appearance of their patios, particularly when searching for materials that work nicely with their buildings and the rest of their landscapes. Most wood and stone patios feature a neutral brown or gray shade, while bricks and other materials can add a hint of color. The color of the building that the patio is attached to is one of the most important factors in choosing a color or material for your patio, as the patio should complement the building, rather than clash with it.
Commercial patios are used by significantly more people than residential ones, so it is particularly important to choose a sturdy material, such as concrete or stone, that is likely to hold up and remain safe for many years with consistent, heavy use.
Add Furniture and Other Extras to Make Your Clients Love Your Patio
Building your new patio is only the beginning. Furniture, umbrellas, rugs, pottery and other elements of outdoor design can be what truly make your patio--and your property--stand out. Accenting your patio with attractive chairs, tables, and other furniture can make your clients feel at home. Again, it is wise to completely design your color scheme before purchasing any furniture. Neutral furniture is typically an appropriate choice, while cushions and pillows can add a pop of color. If your budget allows you to, plan on buying high-quality furniture built from wood, wicker, or other materials that handle the elements well. Plastic furniture can look cheap from the beginning, which is not the impression you want to give of your business, and it is likely to be damaged by the sun within the first year of use. Likewise, let our commercial patio contractors accent your space with special pillows and cushions that are designed to be used outdoors in order to minimize water damage.
Large table umbrellas can be an excellent addition to your commercial patio. Umbrellas can provide protection from sun and light rain in order to allow your clients to enjoy being outdoors in most types of weather. Table umbrellas can also be found in virtually any color, which means that they can easily be coordinated with the rest of your landscape, and you can even rotate colored umbrellas to match the seasons--and your floral color program.
Snow & Ice Management
Weather is no match for CoCal's snow and ice management. Open your doors as soon as possible after a snowstorm with fast snow removal and ice patrol services. We can help keep your parking lot and walkways clear and accessible during winter.
CoCal's Convenience Makes Your Life Easier
Like all of our services, CoCal Landscape is proud to do all of the work needed to design the perfect commercial patio for you. Our team of commercial patio contractors works closely with you to determine the materials, design, and amenities that can best help you to meet your patio goals, and we handle all of the work. At CoCal, we understand that running your business takes a large portion of your time, and we are here to make your life easier by minimizing the amount of time you need to spend designing and setting up your landscape.
At CoCal Landscape, we care about helping our clients design a patio that is the perfect bridge between your buildings and the rest of your landscape. Our commercial patio contractors will work closely with you to create a patio with materials and colors that complement your existing commercial property, and we can also help you select furniture and other accents that create an aesthetically-pleasing outdoor space. Contact our customer service department today to learn more about how we can help you design the patio of your dreams!
A Colorado Minority-Owned Business
On September 27, 2021, CoCal Landscape was awarded certification as a Minority-owned Business Enterprise by The Mountain Plains Minority Supplier Development Council (MPMSDC). This certification acknowledges that CoCal is at least 51% minority-owned, managed, and controlled.
Company co-founder and president, Jesus (Chuy) Medrano was born in Chihuahua, Mexico. His early experiences as a businessman in Denver, Colorado made him acutely aware of the challenges faced by minority-owned businesses. Chuy grew up farming in Mexico, and naturally transitioned to landscaping when he moved to Colorado in the 1970s.
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