TAG: Level Green Landscaping

Case Study: Water works

December 18, 2017By

Watering is an essential aspect of maintaining a landscape—but not all clients have an irrigation system or the time to keep up with watering by hand. Level Green Landscaping, based in Upper Marlboro, Md., discovered many of the commercial properties it served in the Washington, D.C., area did not have an irrigation system. And rainfall often wasn’t enough for clients... read more

A look at the many uses of UTVs

September 5, 2017By

How UTVs and attachments are changing the job site. Ready for work or play, utility vehicles (UTVs) are gaining traction as landscapers find more applications for them on the job site. These machines are now starting to fill voids in some landscapers’ fleets—and not just on the commercial side. Helping to make them an attractive, versatile option is a long... read more

Efficiency tip: Keeping track

October 27, 2015By

After two instances of equipment theft, Level Green Landscaping, based in Washington, D.C., invested in a GPS system for its 70-vehicle fleet. “Our trucks would get stolen, and we’d find the truck and trailer days later with all the equipment missing,” says Owner Doug Delano, whose company does mostly commercial work and will bring in about $12.5 million this year.... read more

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