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11/06/2017
By: Diane W.
TruGreen
Ask questions at point of sale before service begins to be sure you know what you have paid for or are paying for. It helps form expectations in keeping with the service TruGreen will be providing. Continue to ask questions along the way to get pertinent explanations of factors affecting the progress toward the outcome you are hoping for.
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11/06/2017
By: Carol W.
TruGreen
Always on time. Service person is courteous and friendly..................... good joob/...... respect
11/02/2017
By: Donna L.
TruGreen
Efficient service; lawn is improved. I have never imagined that our lawn can get beautiful like this. I am definitely impressed by their work and he final outcome. Thank you so much for everything.
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11/02/2017
By: Lila white roger D.
TruGreen
Very professional representatives! Thank you for the great work i hope your service wont change like other lawn caretakers
11/01/2017
By: Rick G.
TruGreen
Good job! On time and always call ahead to make sure appt date is ok! I REALLY do appreciate the efforts given to us by this company. Would like to send them my deepest gratitude and regards.
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