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Expert Industry Advice and Property Enhancement Suggestions.

Chances are when you see Michael Mayberry, he’s wearing a Level Green Landscaping shirt.

“Most of my clothes have the company logo on them,” says Mayberry, chief technical officer at Level Green.

That’s fine with him. 

Related: Take an inside look at our employee uniform policy

“I feel proud about wearing my uniform,” he says. “I make sure I’m standing up straight. I carry myself with pride when I’m wearing our shirts. Everybody here does.”

Our crisp, clean uniforms make Level Green look good. But they affect our customers, too.

Washington DC is one of the greenest cities around, and getting greener by the day.

Who’s hitting it out of the park? The variety of players is impressive.

A baseball stadium, for one. Toss in a park commission, an electric cooperative, and a bustling entertainment district.

And here at Level Green Landscaping, we’re doing our part, too.

Here’s a look at how several DC companies are building greener, operating smarter and working diligently to protect the earth.

When Level Green landscaping crews show up on your property, you don’t want them to miss a thing.

You want the job done well and done fast.

Meet job mapping — an organizational system that makes all of that happen as efficiently as possible. 

How does it work? Why should customers care? 

Paul Wisniewski, Level Green Landscaping division manager, maps it out.

If a landscaping company tells you, sure, they can handle every single aspect of your commercial property’s huge project all by themselves, raise your eyebrows.

At Level Green Landscaping, we’re smart enough to know what we don’t know.

That’s why we use trusted subcontractors as our project partners for your construction job.

There you are again, staring down a pile of landscape company contract proposals.

After a while, they all look alike, right?

Look closer. You’ll see some real differences.

Michael Mayberry, chief technical officer at Level Green Landscaping, has worked in the landscape industry for years, in a variety of roles.

He’s seen his share of contract proposals.

Here’s his look at the main players.