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TAG: franchise expansion

Conserva Irrigation adds Chapel Hill location

March 26, 2020By

Conserva Irrigation added a new franchise location serving the greater Chapel Hill area. Known as Conserva Irrigation of Chapel Hill, Josh Williams will lead a team of irrigation designers and technicians in repair, maintenance and installation of home and commercial irrigation systems. Some of the Chapel Hill areas that Conserva Irrigation will serve include Apex, Cary, Morrisville, Fuquay Varina and... read more

Virginia Green Lawn Care begins service in Northern Virginia

March 25, 2020By

Virginia Green Lawn Care has expanded its reach to the Loudoun, Fairfax, and Prince William County areas. The Richmond-based company — which is the largest locally owned lawn care provider in Virginia — will expand to northern Virginia with a branch opening at 44970 Falcon Place, Sterling, Va. 20166. Virginia Green will offer both residential and commercial lawn care services to... read more

Conserva Irrigation expands with 7 new territories

January 27, 2020By

Conserva Irrigation added seven new territories this month. The company welcomed three new franchisees and will open territories in: Pasadena, Calif. Burbank/Glendale, Calif. North Indianapolis, Ind. Central Indianapolis, Ind. North Charleston, S.C. South Charleston/Hilton Head, S.C. West Charleston, S.C. With these additions, Conserva Irrigation said the company has now grown to 91 territories in markets throughout the country. Last year,... read more

Conserva Irrigation expands in Florida

March 27, 2019By

Conserva Irrigation signed four franchise agreements that will expand the brand’s presence in the Sunshine State. In 2018, Conserva started its rapid expansion into Florida, and with new franchise locations in West Palm Beach, Orlando, Brevard County, Jacksonville and St. Augustine, the company now has more than 86 territories in the U.S. “While we have our sights set on aggressive... read more

Companies in the News: LMS recognized for drought-tolerant landscape; DryJect expands; NCNLA, TaskEasy award scholarships

September 14, 2016By

Landscape Management Services (LMS), a full-service grounds maintenance company in the San Francisco Bay Area, received a certificate of recognition from the Alameda County Water District (ACWD) for its involvement in a drought-friendly landscape project at Crossroads Technology Park, a 25-acre property in Union City, Calif. In an effort to help Crossroads meet its water budget, LMS replaced the property’s turf with... read more