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10/01/2016
By: Evelyn H.
Hufnagl Landscape
Gerrit is very knowledgable in landscaping,decks,drainage systems and has exceeded my expectations in every aspect of his business. He's an easy going business owner who sees that his customers are very satisfied with his work. Give him a call @ 901-301-4131
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10/24/2012
By: richard92455
Nabors Brothers Drop Yard
Gate helps language towards drivers is shocking. Very graphic and unneccessary!!!
08/23/2012
By: sr.propertymanager
Your Lawn Partners
I am a Senior Commercial Property Manager. We have used Your Lawn Partner, Incorporated and continue to use this vendor for a 30 acre shopping center we own because they do a great job. I highly recommend using them. Their prices and services equal a great value.
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04/23/2012
By: winglander
Elite Lawn and Land Care LLC
Elite does quality work at a fair price. They are very dependable and have done a excellent job for the three years I have used them. The lawn maintenance is superb and the mulching done each spring is excellent. I am very pleased with them and will continue to use their services as long as they continue to offer them.
03/22/2012
By: baversa1
Mid-South Turf & Ornamental
Well the people who work there couldn't be any nicer or any happier! Bud is awesome and the lady who answers the phone is the sweetest. Good to see some companies still value customer service! Never mind that they do a fabulous job!
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