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Below is a list of businesses which provide Lawn & Grounds Maintenance services. If you do not see your business in the list, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.
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Business Listing   AC Lawn Care & Snow Removal - York, PA - Phone: (717) 792-0079


Business Listing   Ehrlich the 911 of Pest Control - York, PA - Phone: (717) 792-4646


Business Listing   Emswiler's Hauling & Rolloff Service - York, PA - Phone: (717) 764-4444


Business Listing   Feliciano Lawn & Landscape - York, PA - Phone: (717) 755-0938


Business Listing   Hemlock Building Systems - York, PA - Phone: (717) 755-6337


Business Listing   Mel's Tree Service - York, PA - Phone: (717) 792-4433


Business Listing   Solar Innovations Inc - York, PA - Phone: (717) 840-0660


Business Listing   Tim's Outdoor Service - York, PA - Phone: (717) 751-1764


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Helpful Definition for: Lawn & Grounds Maintenance

Lawn & Grounds Maintenance, in York, denotes the type of maintenance involving the overall monitoring and taking care of the lawns or fields in domestic or commercial areas. The maintenance involves trimming and watering of grass, regular usage of pesticides and checking the soil texture regularly. Generally, individuals professionally providing such services are hired for the purpose. In York, there are a number of agencies that provide Lawn & Ground maintenance services. Generally, these services are provided at a certain interval of time. Charges may vary depending upon the area to be covered & whether or not some special requirements are to be met.

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