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Best Yard Improvement Company: JT Lawn Services & Landscaping

Location: Moorhead

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JT Lawn Services & Landscaping has been named Best Yard Improvement Company in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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How do you want your customers to feel when they come to you?

“We really try to make our approach to lawn care and yard development personal,” Office Manager Cassidy Peterson said. “When we talk to a new customer, we see it as a conversation more than a business interaction. It’s our job to determine the customer’s goals for their yard and work with them to make a plan that suits their needs and their interests.”

What do you love most about the Fargo-Moorhead community?

“There is a genuine friendliness to every interaction with the people of the Fargo-Moorhead community, and we love being a part of that,” Peterson said. “People’s yards are important to them for good reason. The yard is an essential part of the home, and we’re glad to be trusted to take care of such an important part of people’s lives.”

  • Second place: All Terrain Grounds Maintenance
  • Third place: MGI Landscapes & Outdoor Living
  • Fourth place: Lawn Improvement
  • Fifth place: Lawn Doctor

Related Topics: BEST OF 2022HOME AND GARDEN
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