Lehigh Lawns & Landscaping Becomes Powered by LandOpt

Lehigh Lawns & Landscaping joined the network for the streamlined processes, employee development and training programs.

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The reach of the LandOpt Contractor Network recently extended into Wappingers Falls, New York, with Lehigh Lawns & Landscaping becoming the second powered by LandOpt contractor in the state of New York.

With a goal of achieving its next growth milestone, Lehigh Lawns & Landscaping owner Alan Lehigh chose to join the network in part because of the streamlined processes, employee development and training programs offered by LandOpt. “Systems will make our business more predictable and allow our staff to focus on what they do best. The unique skills, knowledge and abilities of each individual team member, coupled with the continuous support of LandOpt, will drive the future growth of our business,” noted Lehigh.

A full-service professional landscape design, maintenance and snow firm, Lehigh Lawns & Landscaping provides property solutions for both residential and commercial customers in the Hudson Valley area. Lehigh admits that the growth and development of team members is a key factor in the company’s growth plans. “LandOpt role definitions, coaching and training programs will provide a clear vision for every one of their career paths,” shared Lehigh. “We are most excited to join a peer network specifically for the landscaping industry for myself and for my team as well. With the help of LandOpt, we are hoping to increase our revenue, and place the right sales and account managers to focus on growing our most profitable services.”

According to LandOpt director of marketing and sales Alison Blobner, “A plan is only as good as its execution. The steady growth of the network is an indicator of the ongoing industry quest for more formal business practices that provide both predictability and accountability for business owners. LandOpt’s solution provides the path to move forward with confidence because they depend on the systems and processes—not the owner.”