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How many years have you been in landscaping business, and what inspired you to get started?
After 20 years in teaching, I finally decided to jump into something I had wanted to do for a long time, work outdoors and work for myself. I understand how having a nice and healthy lawn can make people feel proud of their home. I take great pride in my work and treat each lawn I care for as my own. It is certainly a passion of mine! I got into lawn care unofficially at a very young age. My dad volunteered to take care of the baseball and softball fields close to home and would always take me along when working on our farm.
How does your work stand out from other lawn service companies in the area?
I don't see the work each lawn care service performs so I can't say what makes mine stand apart from others, but what I can say is that I am very careful with my work and very considerate of what I am being asked to do. Each person or company that hires me is trusting me with work that could damage or beautify their home or business so I don't take that responsibilty lightly. I communicate with my customers to make sure everything is just right and respect their feedback.
What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
Expect the best! It's your property, you know how you would like everything to look and feel when you step outside your home or business. Communicate with the service provider and expect them to do the same. Noted expectations will put everyone at ease and prevent a headache in the end.
What do you like most about the lawn care industry?
This industry has an impact on each and every person whether they own a home or not. Taking care of and maintaing our land, lawns, parks, and athletic fields just to name a few is vital to the well being of everyone. I like the fact that I can be a part of that and do all that I can to create healthy and beautiful spaces.
What areas do you mainly service?
Right now, I mainly service residental properties with hopes of expanding to commercial and large acreage properties.