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November Begins Fall Clean Ups

It's always a race between when the last leaves and first snowflakes fall to get our customers' Fall Clean Ups done, but we are ready! We generally use the prior year's dates as a guide for scheduling, but also scout areas ready for final leaf removal prior to our arrival. If the weather puts a hold on our work, don't worry, we're planning to get back out there as soon as it's practical. To save time, we may send a crew to tie up shrubs and prune perennials while we wait for conditions to improve(i.e. snow melts, rain stops).

As always, if you have any questions, you can call the office at (814)825-6115 or e-mail us at info@wardslandscapeservice.com or use our contact form.

To Our Customers Regarding COVID-19

To our valued customers,

      Recognizing the importance of ongoing Landscape Maintenance for our community’s safety, and cleanliness, Governor Wolf has approved landscapers to continue maintaining our neighborhoods during the COVID-19 shutdown of non-essential businesses. To accompany the order, the Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association has published Best Management Practices to prevent the spread of the Novel Coronavirus while operating.

      Though our normal operation is very low-risk with regard to spreading pathogens, we have implemented the PLNA’s BMP’s as well as our own standards to address this public health concern and best protect our customers, and staff, while continuing to serve. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Implementation of daily all-hands communications within the company to inform, educate and reinforce SOPs, BMPs and possible next steps

  • Relax attendance policies to allow any employee who is uncomfortable working to stay home and use PTO or apply for UC

  • Enforce cleaning and sanitation protocols for all common spaces including trucks and equipment

  • Stagger crew start times to minimize congregation at office/shop locations

  • Limit crews to 1 person per truck and have all other crew personnel drive directly to the jobsite

  • Assign one truck to one crew and do not rotate

  • Minimize use of shared equipment and tools

  • Wear gloves as much as possible removing only to eat, drink, or touch your face

  • Crews are ordered to not touch items the homeowner has regular physical contact with (Mailbox, Garden Hose Nozzle, etc.)

  • Crews will not attempt to have physical contact with any customer. If they have a question, rather than knocking as normal, they will call the office and our office personnel will contact you via phone or e-mail

     We understand that each of our customers may have different concerns regarding our current events and as we have always maintained, if you for any reason do not feel comfortable with our crew working on your property, please let us know and we will put your work on hold until we hear otherwise from you. Your safety and comfort is very important to us!

Resources:

Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association

North American Industry Classification System Association

Senator Dan Laughlin, PA 49th District

About us
Ward's Landscape Service has proudly provided outstanding landscape design, installation and maintenance services to satisfied home and business owners throughout Northwest Pennsylvania since 1970.
Ward's professionals have the skill and sensitivity to customize your landscape to reflect your lifestyle and enhance the value of your property.
Take a look at our Portfolio to see what we've done for some of our very satisfied clients.

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