Kent is the owner and President of Virginia Lawn Service, Inc. Staring in high school, Kent had a green thumb help the family maintain the lawn, flower and vegetable gardens. He got a job at a local greenhouse and began to learn more about the care and business of plants. Kent received a bachelor degree in Meteorology/Agronomy from Purdue University as set out to apply what he learned. Taking a page from a long line of family entrepreneurs and business minded folk; he takes a personal interest in customer relations and satisfaction. Often he can be seen on site with the crews, lending support to the field technicians or learning more about the needs of a client. He exemplifies excellent leadership as he demonstrates sensitive people skills and a committed work ethic. Kent specializes in the management of Commercial Contracts.
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As the office manager of Virginia Lawn Service since 2004, Tina brings the enthusiasm of her previous careers of Cheerleader coach, teacher and office administrator to bear in an efficient manner. She specializes in managing Residential Lawn Contracts and Commercial Snow Contracts. As a client, you will most likely interact with Tina and find her not only professional, but very personable.
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Maintenance Crew Chief
Our newest Maintenance Crew Chief, Fredy started with us as a high school student in 2002. His skills in the field and with clients make him valuable. His area of expertise is providing excellent service to many of our Residential customers.
“How Short Should I Cut My Grass In The Spring?” In the very late winter and early spring, it is recommended that one cuts their grass extremely close (approximately 1”) in order to dethatch and remove dead layers of grass and debris. This is so the young grass shoots and new seed can find purchase […]
What the heck are hardscapes? As opposed to “landscapes” which are considered organic matter based, hardscapes are intended to create new living space outside of your home. There are some very important things to consider when planning and placing your hardscapes. We’re going to explore the how’s, why’s, and what’s of hardscapes in this blog! […]