Hein Lawn Care

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As the dreams of green lawns and summer fun take hold, the need to maintain those lawns for summer fun takes center field. Businesses and facilities within the City of Langdon that contract their lawn care have found a new provider in Hein Lawn Care Services.

Hein Lawn Care has secured work with three of the biggest contracts for the upcoming summer after purchasing equipment from the disbanded CS Lawn Care. Owner Dave Hein explained that after discussing with his wife, Amy, and their three sons, they decided the potential for buying and seeking out the contracts was a good opportunity.

“One reason was the opportunity for my kids to have jobs, and I think the community needed it. There is a high demand for it,” Hein explained.

Hein shared that he and his sons will be providing lawn care services to the school district, the hospital, and the city parks. They are also doing some private work for individuals, but the primary focus will be with the three contracted jobs.

“For the most part, I think we will be full, but we will be looking. At the same time, there are others trying to do jobs. I want them to do good, too,” Hein said.

Hein has only focused his efforts for additional summer work as he also works full-time for United Communications and Amy Hein also works full-time at the Osnabrock Community Living Center. As the business takes off and the Heins learn the ropes, he sees the lawn care business as providing a great opportunity for local youth to find employment during the summer.

“I’m hoping down the road that we expand big enough that I can hire more kids like 16 year olds and up cause it’s kind of fun. I think it’s a good job opportunity for kids with its flexibility for sports but still be able to work and make good money,” Hein stated.

Hein Lawn Care Services is open and ready to assist as they are able with your lawn care needs. Please contact Dave Hein at 701-370-2882.

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