Lawn Doctor moves to new HQ building

Company serves over 10,000 customers including Cape, employs 50
The Lawn Doctor serves over 10,000 customers across the Cape and beyond. Lawn Doctor photo.

Pulling up stakes from Hanover, MA and putting down new roots in Hanson, MA, Lawn Doctor of Boston, the South Shore, and Cape Cod welcomes the public to the Open House of their new, expansive headquarters at 800 Franklin Street, Hanson, MA  02341. The event is set for Wednesday, March 15 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

The new facility provides ample space for growth and includes more than

12,000 square feet of office space and another 12,000 square feet of parking area for the companies 30 vehicles. The company employs 50 full and part-time lawn professionals.  The company serves over 10,000.

“We are excited to have space to grow, thrive and better serve our customers,” noted Tom Norton, second generation to run the business that was founded by his dad in 1998. “We look forward to meeting with homeowners and helping them improve and enjoy their lawns.”

Lawn Doctor is focused on working in harmony with the science of nature.

Every service is designed to boost natural growth. This goes beyond the use of simple, green products. The company's proprietary technology allows its lawn professionals to precisely measure and apply the optimum blend of nutrients and weed control - doing the right thing for your lawn and the environment.

A healthy lawn creates oxygen, removes dust and dirt, and filters water passing through its roots leaving pollutants behind and many more benefits.

Lawn Doctor of Boston, the South Shore, and Cape Cod is a local, family owned and operated business.

For more information about Lawn Doctor, visit www.LawnDoctor.com or call 800-831-1319.

 


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