Landscape Management

You have a company to mow the grass, one to do the irrigation, another to do the turf applications, and yet still another to trim your trees.

Now you want someone to install pavers but your lawn guy doesn’t do that.  You want to install a new organic garden, and there is a plethora of information available but its from a company in Seattle, will it work here in Connecticut?  Meanwhile the grass in the lawn is burnt out, but which contractor should you speak with?  It could be the irrigation is not functioning properly, but it could be that the turf application from last week burned the grass.  Then again it very well could be that the mowing company cut it too short.  Once you figure that out, what do you do about it?

You meet with, manage and five or more different contractors every year.  You have to research every one, and do you know if you are getting what you paid for.  What happens when something goes wrong?

Wouldn’t it be nice to have one point of contact, one bill at the end of the month……..a hassle free experience. You should be enjoying your landscape, not managing it.

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