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Donna M.

Family member came in just now to tell me how very much she appreciates the Landscape Company.
She says they are so polite – when she drives her “not so new” car on the drive, the workers wait until she passes before they resume mowing and will turn the leaf/grass blowers away from her direction so they do not blow debris on her car. She says it’s just a small courtesy, but very much appreciated.

Tadd Weese

Steve Nessler and NewLawn and Landscape came to our campus as relative unknowns. We were making a change with how we cared for, and maintained our grounds, and on paper they looked like a great fit. It was clear to me, after only the first couple of months that our decision to partner with Steve and his company was a good one. We sit on a 50 acre tract of land, about 32 of which Steve and his crews are responsible for maintaining, and about 28 of which is inside our fence line. During the growing season, our park like setting is the envy of all who visit, and is second to none.

Steve and his company work with our needs and wants, and have been a full service lawn and landscaping resource for us. He has designed, and built new landscaping areas, and taken some that have been wonderful for many years, and improved upon them in ways I never thought possible. He has an eye for what will not only look good, but what will thrive in the many areas around our campus. His crews take pride in the work they do, and it shows. In addition, budgets seem to always get tighter each year, and he has worked with us in ways that help us maximize our dollars and keep our campus looking beautiful. He has even worked with us so that we have year-round service from his crew on a contract that fit within our budgetary limits, and they are here at least once a week, and sometimes more.

From general lawn service, to the extremes of landscape planning, design, and creation I rely upon Steve Nessler and his company NewLawn and Landscape to take care of all of our outdoor experience needs.

Director of Facilities Management