June 2017

Features

Lawn Care

Keep out

Prevent wild things from destroying clients’ landscapes with valuable deer and critter-control services.

Equipment

A close shave

Trimming and edging customer properties is easier with equipment like these in your arsenal.

Employee of the Year

No job too big (or small)

Victor Parrales went from cleaning up after jobs to temporarily running Professional Grounds when owner Bill Trimmer had a health scare.

Run, don’t walk

Lisa Anderson came into Country Club Lawn & Tree Specialists with a mission and she has no plans to stop.

Hardscape Profit Builder

Dedicated to design/build

SuperScapes’ bread and butter is new construction installations, and developing systems and efficiencies has allowed the firm to turn this work into stable revenue.

Taking baby steps

Like many things in life, success with walkways is all in the prep work.

SnowIceSupplement

Snow shopping

Get caught up on the latest products in the industry.

Stay busy

Snow plowing isn’t a large part of Summit Lawns’ service mix, but it’s enough to keep some employees working all year.

Spring cleaning

Don’t let snow equipment maintenance pile up just because it’s warm outside.

Profit Builder