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  • 1.The Budd Group Inc

    202 Lake Miriam Dr Ste W6


    4.45 mi

  • 2.Budd Group The-Security Division

    202 Lake Michigan Dr Stes W-4 & W-5 Lakeland


    9.33 mi

  • 3.The Budd Group

    3016 N Us Highway 301 Ste 100


    26.13 mi

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By: John L.
Other Side Lawn & Ornamental
My lawn was fine until I hired Shawn to maintain my yard. Don't know what he did or didn't do but it looks horrible now. Looks as though I will have to hire someone to resod my lawn. Major Expense.
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By: Ellen H.
S & S Cleaning LLC
I was moving into a new home & needed it cleaned right away. Sheena was available when I needed her. She got the home ready for my move from the floors to cabinets, windows, bathrooms, everything. It was nice to have a thorough cleaning of my new home prior to the move.Sheena was pleasant & accommodating. I will definitely be using her again.
By: Zachary S.
JNL Property Solutions
Promised a job for $200 and charged $350. Poor work. Broke sprinklers and left a mess. Dishonest is the best description of Josh.
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By: Heather V.
JNL Property Solutions
JNL Property Solutions is very professional and has got my yard looking terrific! Thanks guys, highly recommended!
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By: Zizi J.
Lakeland Lawn Maintenance
They did a fabulous job in my yard. Prompt, polite, thorough. It was a mess only a few hours ago and now it looks great!! Thank you Michael!
By: Thomas M.
Hal's Lawn Care Service
Business is not licensed, which means if he is hurt on your property you could be held liable. Additionally, owner is rude. Hire only a licensed lawn care service.
By: guillermotapia
PJ's Services, Inc.
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