To our customers and friends,
We must share the very sad news of the sudden passing of Sheree Wenger, the wife of owner Eric Wenger and Vice President of Complete Lawn Care and Complete Plant Health Care.
All of us here are in shock, but we are carrying on, as best we can. Our employees are professionals, and although their hearts are heavy, they are still dedicated to providing the highest quality customer service for all of you.
For Eric Wenger, this is extremely difficult, and he could not carry on without the love and dedication of our employees. We are truly blessed.
Please know that you can still count on Complete Lawn Care and Complete Plant Health Care, even during this time of sudden tragedy, Jake Powell and our employees are still here for you.
Your continued support, thoughts, and prayers are welcome.
The Family of Complete Lawn Care, Complete Plant Health Care, and the Wenger’s
We have now lived with COVID-19 for over 2-years, and we have survived, but the world is a different place now, and many did not survive the pandemic. Our heartfelt sympathies to those that have suffered losses.
Despite Incredible challenges, our dedicated staff have and continue to exceed expectations.
Now, in 2022, we are all facing new challenges. For lawn care, that includes an unprecedented grass seed shortage, fast rising fuel, and material costs. Everyone is being affected and these issues are global and not just local.
Complete Lawn Care will continue to provide the highest quality customer service for all of you, our dedicated customers, and we will strive to keep pricing as stable as possible, but there may be a need for us to adjust pricing as market conditions change.
Thank you all for your continued support and loyalty.
Solving Our Clients Lawn Care Problems Is Our Constant Goal
Complete Lawn Care is a multiyear Angi’s Award Winning Lawn Care Provider for Lawn & Yard Work and Lawn Fertilization & Treatment services. Clients in Maryland and the DC metro area rely on Complete Lawn Care to assist them with their lawn care in this “transition zone” of the in the Mid-Atlantic region. In this zone, residents experience diverse weather conditions that can include mild winters, moderate winters, or cold winters, all of which can be very dry or very wet or somewhere in between. Local summers can be moderate, hot, dry, humid, tropical, or sub-tropical
These weather fluctuations can be extremely hard on lawns and can encourage pests, such as insects, weeds, and diseases which can impede the enjoyment and full use of your family’s yard, without proper care.