UNITED LAWNSCAPE TEAM
The United Lawnscape team consists of experts in landscape design and hardscape install. We work with both residential landscaping and commercial landscaping customers and our staff of project managers and landscape implementers are professional and experienced.
Superior quality can only be achieved with teamwork. United Lawnscape’s accounting, administration, sales and supervisory staff work together to maintain customer records, estimate new projects, and respond to customer inquiries. Our offices are open and available to customers year-round.
Our field staff the backbone of our business. They are often the first impression potential customers have of our company and they certainly provide the quality workmanship essential to each property. All of our crew members wear company uniforms and reflect a professional appearance and attitude, making our customers proud to have us working on their property.
Employee retention is key. Most of United Lawnscape’s dedicated account managers, project managers and foreman have been a part of our company since its inception. The account managers have previously worked as foremen and know the properties first hand, making problem-solving much more efficient. Often, customers will have the same foremen and crew from year to year. These crews know the properties, know the customer’s concerns, and are able to service them properly, to the customer’s utmost satisfaction.
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