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By: Juliann G.
Waggoner's Lawn Care
Jeff has been doing my lawn for many years. His work is excellent . Jeff communicates with me if there is a change in his schedule , so I know when he will be there .
By: Keith H.
TruGreen Lawn Care
My lawn looks great. It is noticed by neighbors who have become TruGreen customers. I appreciate the service by dedicated personnel.
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By: Derek L.
Picasso Lawn & Landscaping
Picasso is a good choice for an artist representation for this company because they are a MESS! They will quote a price over the phone but when they show up to do the work (if they show up) they will double, triple, or even quadruple the price quoted over the phone! This is not to mention their rude and unprofessional office staff. Look elsewhere, these people will disappoint for sure.
By: John N.
TruGreen Lawn Care
Austin Cline our specialist is friendly and professional. Our lawn looks much better than a year ago when we first started Trugreen.
By: Michael H.
TruGreen Lawn Care
I am and have been extremely pleased with the service and results from Truegreen since I started using the service several years ago. Whenever I have a problem or need a question answered the technician or agent I speak to have always been extremely courteous and helpful. These are the reasons I continue to use your services and recommend to my family and friends that Truegreen beats Scotts everyday.
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By: Paul L.
NaturaLawn Of America
They burned a patch in my grass (pictures saved) then claimed they were not at fault. Only responded after my second call. Poor customer service. I fired them then they left a smartassed hand written note in my door. (copy saved) Do they really want your business? Think twice. Who's the customer here?
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By: Dawn S.
Dreamscapes Landscaping
They are rude and tear your yard up. Very unprofessional crew. Not recommended unless you want terrible serbicr2
By: Bill H.
TruGreen Lawn Care
While the lawn is looking better, I may have to get a new lawnmower, it is so thick. I cannot raise the mower any more and it is getting bogged down when I mow.
By: Kyle R.
Fine Lines Lawn
I would not prefer any one to this company bill Parrish is a scam artist and does anything he can to collect a dollar !! He will bid jobs and have you pay ahead and never come back! Every crew member he has is a felon who loves to steal stuff off your lawn! They look for ways to enter your house why there on your property!
By: Bob G.
TruGreen Lawn Care
I have used several different lawn care companies, yours is the first thats got my grass to grow back and look good.
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