Shades of Green, Inc is the top in Commercial Landscaping, Tree Care, and Property Maintenance in the Hills Area. For over 20 years, we have been providing the Bucks County area with professional services.
Shades of Green, Inc is a local owner-operated company since inception. With a fully staffed professional team catering to your specific specific landscape needs until services are completed, we guarantee customer satisfaction. Look no further than Shades of Green, Inc for all your property landscaping needs!
Shades of Green, Inc promises to deliver the best in landscaping and tree care services including:
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Shades of Green, Inc offers the following Services:
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Commercial & Residential Landscape Maintenance: Shades of Green, Inc offers the finest in landscape maintenance for all clientele’s needs including, but not limited to, mulching, Mowing, seasonal planting, litter control, and more! For all things Landscaping, contact Shades of Green, Inc today!
Commercial Snow & Ice Management: Shades of Green, Inc has been able to retain numerous clients needing snow & ice management services for years due to passion and dedication to satisfaction. Contact us today for your seasonal snow & ice management services.
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Fairless Hills Resources:
This town is a census designated place, and was named after Benjamin Fairless. Benjamin Fairless was the president of U.S Steel at the time, and financed the development of this town, U.S steel also employed a large part of the town to work in the Steel Mill at the time. The last known population census was in 2010, which was an estimate of around 8.4k people.