Greenwise Organic Lawn Care LLC

1638 Payne St
Evanston, IL 60201
(847) 866-1930
www.iamgreenwise.com
Contact: Kormanik, Michael
Business Description: Greenwise Organic Lawn Care provides environmentally friendly maintenance, treatments, and landscaping to the North Shore area. We use only 100% natural fertilizers, run our equipment on alternative fuels when possible (the rest are EPA certified) and specialize in rain water harvesting, native plants and organic vegetable gardens. As such, Greenwise provides lawn care services that are completely safe for you, your family and the natural environment. Our design services include both landscape and hardscape all with the environment in mind - we encourage the use of water catchment systems, permeable hardscapes, permaculture, and the integrative use of native plant species. Greenwise also offers winter snow removal services, using de-icing products that are safe for the environment and pets. All pricing is based on the square footage of your property. Each new client begins with a free consultation, during which we measure the property to provide an accurate quote. Contracts are not binding, and bills are sent as services are rendered. All lawn care programs are unique to each client and we strive to provide customer service that allows for easy adjustments when necessary. Additional phone number - (847) 899-7914. Additional contact name - Marc E Wise. Additional e-mail - marc@iamgreenwise.com. Award winning.
In Business Since: 2007
Service Area: Chicago's Northshore from Lincoln Park up to Lake Bluff and as far west as Arlington Heights.
On Angie's List Since: 8/20/2008
Warranties: YES
Free Estimates: Yes
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
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Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
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Senior Discount: No
Cities Served: Albany Park | Antioch | Arlington Heights | Barrington | Buffalo Grove | Deerfield | Des Plaines | Edgebrook | Elk Grove Village | Evanston | Glencoe | Glenview | Grayslake | Gurnee | Hanover Park | Harwood Heights | Highland Park | Hoffman Estates | Ingleside | Jefferson Park | Lake Bluff | Lake Forest | Lake Villa | Lake Zurich | Libertyville | Lincolnshire | Lincolnwood | Long Grove | Morton Grove | Mount Prospect | Mundelein | Niles | Norridge | North Center | North Chicago | Northbrook | Northfield | Norwood Park | Oak Park | Old Irving | Palatine | Park Ridge | Prospect Heights | Rogers Park | Rolling Meadows | Rosemont | Round Lake | Schaumburg | Skokie | Streamwood | Uptown | Vernon Hills | Wauconda | Waukegan | Wheeling | Wilmette | Winnetka | Zion
 
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