Weatherford Democrat

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April 23, 2013

New Weed Man in town

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Weed Man is North America’s leading lawn care franchise company, offering environmentally responsible fertilization, weed control and integrated pest management services. The Weed Man franchise has been in business for more than 40 years and has more than 265 territories throughout the United States.

 

Neighbors have told Jaber he has the best looking lawn in the area, which Jaber insists he can do for his customers.

 

“Our motto at Weed Man is “we will care for your lawn as it it was our own!”  And frankly, that is exactly what I do,” Jaber said.  “The same treatments I do for my own lawn are the same as what I will do for the customer.”

 

The affable Jaber says his customer service philosophy is based on the 3R’s: right products, right timing; and right application (importantly a safe application.) Many homeowners believe and take pride in doing their lawn themselves but, for about the same amount of money, Jaber says he can do the job with better results.

 

“The bottom line is that if a homeowner looks to do this correctly at the right time and safely, they may likely spend as much if not more than calling a professional like Weed Man of Weatherford,” Jaber said.  “And the big difference is that our results are guaranteed based on 43 years of experience.”

 

Jaber is offering a grand opening special for first time customers, charging $29.95 for an initial application which includes fertilizer and spot weed control for up to a 5,000 square-foot lot. For more information on Weed Man and the local business, contact Jaber at 817-983-3600.

 

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