Getting to Know Your Local Team of Landscaping Experts
Great Outdoors began in 1983, established to address the lawn care service needs of both residential and commercial clients. That's when a young company founder, Michael Kowalski, launched his first business at the age of just 17.
We are a full service lawn care and landscaping company, dedicated to quality workmanship and customer satisfaction. We take great pride in all that we do, including being able to offer a wide assortment of essential services. The work that we do is intended to create the perfect yard to accent and compliment the home of your dreams.
As industry professionals, we believe in going above and beyond to meet and exceed the needs of our clients. There is no reason to settle for less than the best, when it comes to the work invested into the yard for your home or business. We look forward to having the opportunity to partner with you and provide you with superior service excellence.
The variety of projects that we are able to take care of for you include:
- Lawn Care
- Lawn Mowing
- Lawn Fertilization
- Organic Lawn Care
- Grass & Sod Installation
- Landscape Design
- Water Features
- Mulch Installation
- Hedge Trimming
- Pruning & Weeding
- Drainage Solutions
- Grub Control
- Tree And Shrub Care & Fertilization
- Outdoor Lighting
- Seasonal Services
- Snow Plowing & Shoveling
- Salting Services
- Spring Clean Up
- Fall Clean Up
- Gardening & Garden Care
- Perennial & Annual Flower Installation & Maintenance
- Outdoor Living Spaces
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