Merkle Lawn Care Company

210 Vine Street
Newport, KY 41076
(859) 781-8652
Contact: - Owners & Officers, Keith Merkle, Doug Merkle, Jake Wuestefeld
Business Description: Family-owned and operated business since 1987. Our management team has over 95 years of experience. Supervisors are licensed applicators of fertilizer and herbicides in Kentucky/Ohio/Indiana. Staff is thoroughly trained and evaluated in use of all equipment, installation, and maintenance. We are an active member of: Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, Kentucky Nursery Landscape Association, and Kentucky/Ohio/Indiana Pesticide Licensees. Our company employs 45 full-time and 20 part-time employees. We carry all General Liability, Worker's Compensation and Equipment Insurance and have the ability to be bonded for Bid and Performance Bonds. Estimates/Initial appointments are free of charge.
In Business Since: 1987
Service Area: We offer services in Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio.
On Angie's List Since: 6/20/2006
Warranties: True
Free Estimates: Yes
Office Hours: By Appointment .
Features: Emergency Service
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
(All statements concerning insurance, licenses, and bonds are informational only, and are self-reported. Since insurance, licenses and bonds can expire and can be cancelled, homeowners should always check such information for themselves.)
Senior Discount: No
Cities Served: Alexandria | Amberley Village | Amelia | Anderson | Aurora | Avondale | Batavia | Bellevue | Bethel | Blanchester | Blue Ash | Boone County | Brentwood | Bromley | Burlington | Butler County | California | Camp Washington | Campbell County | Cheviot | Cincinnati - Downtown | Clarksville | Clermont County | Cleves | Clifton | Clinton County | Colerain Township | College Hill Station | Columbia-tusculum | Covedale | Covington | Cummingsville | Dayton | Dearborn County | Delhi Hills | Edgewood | Erlanger | Fairfield | Finneytown | Florence | Forest Park | Franklin | Ft. Mitchell | Ft. Wright | Glendale-woodlawn | Goshen | Groesbeck | Hamilton | Harrison | Hebron | Hyde Park | Independence | Indian Hill | Indian Springs | Kenton County | Kenwood | Lawrenceburg | Lebanon | Liberty Township | Lockland | Loveland | Madeira | Maineville | Mariemont | Martinsville | Mason | Middletown | Midland | Milford | Monroe | Montgomery | Mt. Healthy | Mt. Washington | New Vienna | Newport | Newtown | North Bend | Northbrook | Norwood | Oakley | Oxford | Parkdale | Price Hill | Queen City | Reading | Sabina | Sayler Park | Sharonville | Silverton | Springboro | St. Bernard | Symmes | Taft | Taylor Mill | Trenton | Union | Walnut Hills | Warren County | Waynesville | West Chester | West Harrison | Western Hills | Westwood | White Oak | Wilder | Wilmington | Wyoming
 
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