I blame all of the people I meet in my model for my current approach to cutting grass…or lack thereof. Everybody I meet wants to get away from cutting their grass, and it must have worn off on me because my mindset is the same. There are a number of landscaping companies out there in Sussex County, and while I’m sure most of them are good, I know for a fact that Executive Lawns is one of the best.
I know Jay Huss and his team; in fact, I first started my relationship with Executive Lawns in the first community I ever managed for Schell Brothers, The Villages at Herring Creek. That was about 5 or 6 years ago…wowzer! A family-run business that started with Jay’s dad in 2006 and has grown and grown ever since, I’m a fan of the local, family-style business they run. But what I really like about Jay is that he is very hands-on. In addition to being on-site frequently, Jay continues to go out of his way for his customers, advising them in every aspect of landscaping from irrigation, to fertilization to seasonal factors and planning.
I guess the best story I have is when I created a Nerf party for my son and was incidentally a little over-aggressive when creating one of the obstacles. My over-enthusiasm caused an issue with my irrigation and, well, long story short, I hit one of the lines. I called Jay and he came over right away, and rather than just identifying the problem and scheduling someone to come over and fix it, he fixed it there and then. Problem solved and crisis averted. You can’t get better than that!
Executive Lawns has cut my grass now for longer than I can remember. Having the knowledge that they’re taking care of an important asset of mine is very re-assuring. Plus, knowing I can ring up Jay and pester him with silly questions seven days a week is comforting to me;)
I’m sure you want a local company to look after your yard work. I’m sure you don’t want to have to worry about who you employ to do this. Well, I’m making it easy for you – Executive Lawns.
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Think local first + Buy local when you can = Being a local!