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Lawn Maintenance & Grounds Care - Louisville East - TEAM 151

Serving Crestwood, Hurstbourne, Fern Creek, St. Matthews, Middletown, Lyndon, Downtown

Commercial Landscaping Services in Louisville, Kentucky

Louisville, one of the two first-class cities in Kentucky, is the largest city in the entire state. It is also the 29th-most populous city in the entire country. Your establishment may experience greater success because of the large target market. You must think of ways that effectively catch the attention of your market, though.

Come to U.S. Lawns for commercial landscaping services in Louisville and we’ll help you capture the interest of your target market. We provide comprehensive lawn care services that keep your lawn healthy and improve your curb appeal.

Commercial Lawn Care in Crestwood and Nearby Areas

Crestwood, Kentucky, a home rule-class city just outside Louisville’s Northeast End, took the 52nd spot on CNN’s list of best places to live in America in 2005. As a business owner, you can make it an even more enjoyable place for the locals by creating a bright and beautiful lawn on your commercial property. Our team of nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts can help you with this.

Get in touch with us for flexible and cost-effective commercial lawn care in Crestwood. We listen to your concerns and consider the unique terrain of your premises. This way, we can come up with a solution to keep your lawn lush and healthy all year round.

Our services are also available in Hurstbourne, Fern Creek, and St. Matthews. 

Why Work with U.S. Lawns?

U.S. Lawns understands that commercial property owners and managers have a lot of daily responsibilities. We try to make life easier for you with our comprehensive lawn care services as well as our top-notch customer service.

Our team takes care of all things related to your commercial lawn — from scheduled maintenance to horticultural improvements. Moreover, we tailor a lawn maintenance program as a solution to your unique needs and specific budget.

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U.S. Lawns in YOUR Community

U.S. Lawns Team 151 is committed to beautifying our community in the work we perform daily. We are proud to provide employment opportunities for our citizens, and we give back to our community in a variety of ways throughout the year. We participate in projects for the Wounded Warriors, donate time, labor and materials to one of our local police departments, and support the Ronald McDonald House in our endeavor to make our world a better place.

We serve the businesses in the following zip codes:

40203, 40208, 40202, 40209, 47130, 40217, 40219, 40206, 40204, 40213, 40205, 40229, 40207, 40218, 40222, 40220, 40228, 40025, 40059, 40225, 40241, 40291, 40242, 40299, 40223, 40243, 40245

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About the Owner

Adam Neville

Adam currently owns and operates three U.S. Lawns franchises. He allows his Managers to take responsibility for the maintenance, irrigation, and landscaping crews. The office manager delegates the administrative duties and Adam delegates the marketing and sales goals responsibilities to his Market Manager, Daniel Wilson. Adam manages all back-end business functions, establishes a process for all job descriptions, establishes client relationships and maintains consistency throughout the workplace. Adam works to remain an integral part of the everyday operation in and out of the office. His goal is to not be the owner or boss who is not a presence on the job.

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U.S. Lawns - Louisville East

Team 151

6301 Poplar Tree Court,

Suite F

Louisville, KY 40228


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The following positions are available in our area:

Market Manager

Crew Leader


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