More than just mow­ing the lawn

Manawatu Guardian - - PEOPLE WHO MEAN BUSINESS -

Spring has sprung, and oh boy has the grass riz. In fact, it’s go­ing to keep rizzing through un­til May next year. You’re go­ing to need to keep it mowed. But why stop there, when Mr Green can pro­vide a multi-faceted prop­erty main­te­nance on­estop shop like no other. The di­verse skills of the friendly peo­ple at Mr Green mean that they’ve got all the bases cov­ered.

“We can pretty much do any­thing peo­ple want us to,” says Mr Green area man­ager Dave McLeod — and they can do it all over the Manawatu¯, from Palmer­ston North, Ash­hurst and Lin­ton to Long­burn, Bun­nythorpe and Feild­ing.

Mr Green em­ploys peo­ple who know what they’re do­ing in gar­dens: It’s so much more than just lawn-mow­ing. They can take on water blast­ing, tree trim­ming, rose prun­ing and even de­tailed land­scap­ing, among many other things.

Dave’s been with the busi­ness for over 22 years now. He knows that his clients value his ser­vice tak­ing care of their sec­tions.

“It’s quite im­por­tant to spend a bit of time with cus­tomers,” he says, “maybe have a cup of tea with them.”

Mak­ing time for a chat is all part of the Mr Green ser­vice.

Con­trac­tors may spe­cialise in a par­tic­u­lar area, but they’re trained to keep an eye out for any­thing else that might need do­ing — maybe some spout­ing that needs clear­ing, or per­haps a po­ten­tially prob­lem­atic tree-branch. It’s a good way of let­ting peo­ple know that Mr Green is about more than just lawns.

The con­cept of the one-stop-shop has proven pop­u­lar over the years: when Dave started with the busi­ness there were only two peo­ple, now there are over 13. With each new per­son who joins the team, they add their skill to what Mr Green of­fers which in turn pro­vides flowon ben­e­fits to the cus­tomer.

It’s pretty sim­ple, re­ally. Mr Green can take care of all your prop­erty main­te­nance needs.

■ Call on (06) 356-0000 for a free same-day quote, and find out what they can do for you.

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