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Lee Lee's Lawn Service
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How many years have you been in landscaping business, and what inspired you to get started?
Actively as a kid, I started out in the country living on the farm in a rural area. Motivated and eager to make cash to provide for my mom and I. Hustling was a key to my success. Racking up a little savings, purchasing a push mower, sling blade and hoe to edge the sidewalks was just walking around the small town mowing lawns became the thing for me. Now I'm fairly 3 years in as a 36 year old male carrying on a dream to someday be a lawn service owner....
How does your work stand out from other lawn service companies in the area?
I love making people (customers) happy. I'm a consistent person at what I do and take pride in my work. Making homes nice and neat yet presentable for the neighborhood/community is pleasure to my soul. People want to have eye catching residents with well groomed lawns to coordinate with the beauty of their homes.
What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
Fort Worth, Burleson, Arlington, Grand Prairie, Hurst, Euless, Irving, Bedford, Keller, Haslet, Saginaw, White Settlement, Azle and other parts of the DFW area....
What do you like most about the lawn care industry?
I've been actively in business for 3 years now in the state of Texas. Originally from Mississippi. I grew up in the welfare system which didn't provide enough for me through my mom so I was determined to find a way of making ends meet as a kid watching my mom struggle.
What areas do you mainly service?
I tend to take my time and put efforts and pride in the work and make it visible.... You're getting your money worth my time! That's for sure. I don't just do a job to make someone else's money. Again I take pride and very consistent. I also do basic yard cleanup. Available in the fall and winter seasons for clearing up the Leaves. I provide my own supplies for the service on the other hand I do not Hall them away. They can be stacked nice and neatly on the curbside for the city to pick up.