Here’s How an FDS Franchise Works For You

For many businesses, a beautiful interior design is appealing. It delivers a solid first impression to clients, provides a comfortable work environment to employees, and… hey, it looks nice. But let’s face it: we know that most business owners do not have the time to take care of their interior plantings while dealing with everything else. A beautiful interiorscape design is appealing, yes, but time-consuming. That’s where Foliage Design Systems comes in.

It’s not worth it to let the lack of time or energy hinder you from reinventing your business’s interior plant design. So, let FDS take care of that for you. Once a customer chooses to partner with FDS, our team will sell or lease the proper plants and containers that fit the building’s architecture perfectly.

We’ll work around the clock to redesign your business’s “interiorscape”, according to your input and feedback. Our trained professionals will have those plants potted and flourishing in no time.

Here’s How Foliage Design Systems Works For You

Let’s Just Say Your Customers Will See The Difference

Naturally, our team’s expertise is beautiful interiorscapes, and we’ve grown quite familiar with ensuring long-term satisfaction for our customers. We’ll provide you with guaranteed maintenance for plants you own, or you can choose to lease your plants and have us care for them. You won’t have to spend a second worrying that a plant isn’t watered, or properly potted. That’s our job. You take care of your business, and we’ll take care of your plants!

We’ve created scenic lobbies, offices, and conference rooms for businesses in some of America’s largest cities. Companies trust us to get the job done, and that only happens through a dedicated commitment to our customers.

Now that you know how FDS can work for you, we look forward to working with you in creating, installing, and maintaining your building’s interiorscape. For more information, contact us today!


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