St. Louis Land Care Commercial & Residential Lawn Care And Landscaping Launched

Missouri-based Team Green has launched a range of services covering both commercial and residential properties for clients in the St. Louis area.

St. Louis, United States - June 4, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

St. Louis-based outdoor services company Team Green announced the launch of new outdoor management services for both residential and commercial properties.

More information about Team Green Outdoor is available at https://www.teamgreenoutdoor.com

According to a US News and World Report, on average, homeowners will spend between 1 to 4 percent of a home’s value annually on maintenance and repairs, which tend to increase as the house ages. Outdoor care is one of the bigger costs with Americans spending an estimated $40 billion caring for their lawns every year. Not only that, but they also spend an average of 73 hours a year cutting grass, pruning and doing all the other tasks that help keep yards maintained.

To help customers save time, Team Green Outdoor has introduced professional commercial & residential land care solutions, including lawn maintenance, landscape renovation, and enhancement.

The St. Louis outdoor services company also offers commercial snow & ice management/control (snow plowing, removal, and 24/7 winter storm watch), commercial & residential landscape water drainage solutions and commercial & residential outdoor landscape lighting design, installation and maintenance.

According to a spokesperson for Team Green Outdoor, “ Team Green recognized the importance of dividing our company into specialized teams; as it would bring greater value to our customers. In other words; your project will be managed and executed by project-specific specialists.

Team Green Outdoor will provide solutions to our client’s needs that will fulfill their requirements and expectations 100% and beyond. Team Green Outdoor will never sacrifice quality, integrity or honesty to create more profit or to band-aid a situation. Team Green Outdoor provides peace of mind, a feeling of true quality and success that our company, our employees, our customers, our community and our environment will benefit from. We stand behind all services we offer 100%.”

Team Green Outdoor is an outdoor services company headquartered in St. Louis. More information is available over the phone at +1-636-530-7663 or at the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Janet Kalupa
Email: Send Email
Organization: Team Green Outdoor, Inc.
Address: 541 Old State Road, St. Louis, Missouri 63021, United States
Phone: +1-636-530-7663
Website: https://www.teamgreenoutdoor.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88955877

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