Owner and Operator: Andrew P. White 

Dear Reader, 

I was born with a "green thumb." I have had a passion for the outdoors since childhood. I started mowing lawns with my grandfather's old rusty push mower back in the 1990s. My grandfather lived on a hill, so the job took lots of "elbow grease." Anyone can start a yard maintenance business. However, according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, "about 20% of U.S. small businesses fail within the first year. By the end of their fifth year, roughly 50% have faltered". I started the groundwork for official business statues in 2014, established in 2016, and the rest is history. 2021 will be our fifth anniversary!

Our Mission: Is "to provide professional landscape services with an eye to safety, quality, integrity, and the environment."

Our Vision: "We aim to 'Trim Neat' by providing service to detail. We maintain optimal curb appeal in all landscapes we service".

Given the above statements, I pledge to provide quality professional services available at fair market prices. My goal is to create a long-lasting relationship with you to be your one-stop-shop for all your yard maintenance needs!

What is the difference between a yard maintenance business and a landscape company? 

Each landscape company needs to be certified by the Ohio Department of Agriculture. Also, these companies hold memberships with local and national landscape organizations. A yard maintenance company does need these credentials. Any business you hire should be insured, bonded, and keep the appropriate business operation permits through state and local municipalities. My company is a proud member of the Ohio Landscape Association; all employees screened for their ability to perform well.

I hold a bachelorette degree in communication from The University of Akron and currently study Landscape Technology at The Cuyahoga Community College. I have taken classes in Plant Identification, Pest, and Disease Management, Soils, Irrigation, Safety Operations, Arboriculture, and Plant Production. Feel free to ask me questions, as I can usually find the answer to most problems.  

Last, I believe environmental sustainability. A member of the Green Industry is anyone who works with plants. Climate change is a significant threat to our industry. Thus, it is our responsibility to be good stewards to the planet. We are all in this together!

Landscape Forman : Noah Polanski 

 Dear Reader, 

 I am a junior at the University of Akron. I major in economics, play ice   hockey for Akron, and a member of the ROTC. 2020 is my 3rd year at   Trim Neat LLC.

 I Look forward to serving you in the future! 

Landscape Technician:  Jemell Solomon

Equipment Manager: Ethan White  


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