Plugs changed? - check
Air filters blew out? - check
Blades all sharpened? - check
Carb bowls drained? - check
Oil changed? - check
All serviced and ready to service YOU this season!
Too many businesses have went "corporate" where the work they do and the relationship they have with their customers are impersonal.
We like to remind folks we live RIGHT HERE in the same community we serve, and are a true Mom & Pop family owned business.
In the event a customer is unhappy with our services, we have to look them in the eye at the grocery store and the Homecoming game, unlike the multi-Giant Conglomerate mowing companies that if you call with a grievance you are put on hold for 30 minutes and forced to leave a message to an unresponsive voice mail box.
We are beholden to you - the customer.
On the occasion that Ma and I get overwhelmed with so much work that we can't handle on our own, we still keep all the work in the family.
Meet uncle Leo.
Uncle Leo is DEEP south east Texas bayou raised along the Sabine river, from Deweyville Texas. Him and Pa grew up across the street from each other as kids.
He's the type of man you want on your side if things go south, but don't ask him for his opinion unless you want the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help him God. Not one to pull punches, he will tell you your best assets as well as your failures with no qualms and ZERO reservations about doing so.
Uncle Leo is a U.S. Navy Veteran of 10 years. He spent time in Iraq as well as 21 other countries ( Japan, Bahrain, Iraq, India, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Spain, Greece, Germany, Kuwait, Jordan, South Korea, Vietnam, Diego Garcia, Saipan, Guam, Australia, Okinawa, Djibouti, and Portugal just to name a few ).
Just because he is simple and straight forward does not mean he is simple minded or dim witted. The man has an IQ bordering somewhere around 140ish, but doesn't throw it out there. he also has one of the strongest work ethics of anyone you will ever meet.
Brain and brawn - all in one neat package.
If you see him on the job site with us one day, be sure to say "hi". He isn't shy.