Wright Tree Service in Xenia, OH with Reviews - YP.com
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By: Norman B.
Paul's Tree Service
Came and gave us an estimate and said they would be back in a week or so. We never heard from them again. They won't return our calls. How can they stay in business? Very disappointed. Would not recommend them to anyone.
By: memeggy
Team Green Lawn, LLC
My Husband usually took very good care of the yard work but he recently was deployed to Iraq so we sought out a Lawn Care Service. We cam across Team Green Lawn in the spring of 2012 and will continue to use them, even when my husband returns because the lawn even looks better then when he was treating it (Hopefully he doesn't see this! Ha) Overall a pleasant company to do business with!
By: dallasdeansmith
Team Green Lawn, LLC
They treated My lawn exactly as they stated they would when i signed up fore the service. They even sent A very nice man named Josh to my home to check on the services i recieved. Plan to continue using Team Green Lawn. Great workers, morals, and all around great Ohio company.
By: itsallfishy
Team Green Lawn, LLC
I'm thinking the person posting on June 28 is someone who works for this company... I have been to several different websites looking at reviews for this company... ALL BAD! The BBB has 34 negative complaints against them! There is something seriously wrong with this company!
By: aquanut611
Team Green Lawn, LLC
I disagree about your negative review. I use this business, and they have never missed an application, and my yard looks great. As a matter of fact, I can call them if I am having issues, and they will come right out and fix whatever I request, although I have never had to do that. I suspect you are a competitor posting a bad review because they took your customers!
By: bintinlaiye
F & F Tree Service
Well behaved people.Hard working people.Good clean up of the job areaJob done in a timely manner.
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