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WildWood Landscape joins LandOpt network

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The Virginia-based company is LandOpt Contractor Network’s 17th landscape service provider.

| December 22, 2011

PITTSBURGH – The LandOpt Contractor Network continues to expand, recently welcoming Purcellville, Va.-based WildWood Landscape as the 17th landscape service provider.

WildWood Landscape was founded in 2005 by Jason Dengler who was motivated by a passion for gardening and design. The company has since grown to become an award-winning landscape design and construction firm serving Northern Virginia and surrounding areas with core services that include master plans, landscape, masonry, outdoor kitchens, water features and maintenance. 

Realizing that his once-small business had grown into a large, in-demand company, Dengler began to research ways to improve business operations to better serve his clients. He recognized that LandOpt could provide guidance on how to improve company operations, resulting in his team’s ability to deliver a higher level of customer service. As a LandOpt licensee, Dengler now has additional resources to continue to deliver outstanding performance while securing healthy, well-defined careers for his staff.

“WildWood is a perfect complement to our Contractor Network and we are very much looking forward to working closely with them to achieve the growth and continued success that they desire,” said LandOpt President and CEO Tim Smith. “The LandOpt tools, systems, coaching and training will enhance all aspects of their business and we are thrilled to be able to welcome them to our Network.”

 

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