|ABOUT FINCH LANDSCAPING|
|Finch Landscaping is a full service landscaping company. When we say "full service" we mean enabling you, "the customer", to deal with one company you can trust rather than three or four different companies. We have crews dedicated to property maintenance, construction, installation, and tree removal.
Finch Landscaping adheres to a strict "green" initiative, recycling all of the biodegradable waste material from our projects back into compost, soil, or mulch.
Finch Landscaping is fully insured, licensed and certified -- but what we are most proud of is our extensive experience and refined techniques, developed over many many projects helping customers like you.
Often times customers are unaware of the cost savings associated with the regularly scheduled services of a landscaping company. We spend a great deal of time educating the customer to the full range of long-term benefits realized by the services we provide.
|The Finch Team|
|After working in the landscape construction business for a few years, focusing on greenscape and hardscape installations, Harold recognized his true career path and founded Finch Landscaping in 2003. Since then Harold has become a Certified Nursery and Landscape Professional, Certified Interlocking Concrete Paver & Slab Installer and Certified Segmented Retaining Wall Installer. Over the years the company has grown into many divisions; two landscape maintenance teams, a pesticide application crew, a landscape construction crew, a tree removal crew and a winter maintenance team.|
Landscape Design & Installation Manager,
NJ Certified Nursery & Landscape
Professional, Certified Interlocking Concrete
Paver & Slab Installer, Certified Segmented
Retaining Wall Installer
All of our full-time employees are required to continue on-going education pertaining to their division year after year.
|It is unwise to pay too much, but it is worse to pay too little. When you pay too much, you lose a little money, that is all. When you pay too little, you sometimes lose everything, because the thing you bought was incapable of doing the thing it was bought to do. The common law of business balance prohibits paying a little and getting a lot -- it cannot be done. If you deal with the lowest bidder it is well to add something for the risk you run, and if you do that you will have enough to pay for something better.
- John Ruskin 1819-1900
Landscape Installation Foreman,
Certified Interlocking Concrete
Paver & Slab Installer,
Certified Segmented Retaining Wall Installer
Landscape Maintenance Manager,
Rutgers-Trained Turf Grass Professional, Pesticide Operator