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06/01/2016
By: Stacey M.
Hoover Lawn Care & Snow Removal
We called Greg, we had him come out to give us an estimate. He promised to call with it and never did. We called him and he'd give us a day and that day would come and go and nothing. We wasted almost two weeks waiting for him just to give us a dollar amount. We finally gave up, I can't imagine how long and how many phone calls just to get him to complete the job had we hired him. Very unprofessional to not even return a call not once but over and over.
11/11/2012
By: meagans
Hoover Lawn Care & Snow Removal
My Mom has been using Hoover Lawn Care for years. She asked me to do this review for her as she doesn't have a computer. She says Hoover Lawn Care always show up on time and do an excellent job maintaining her yard.
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