Swingle Lawn, Tree & Landscape Care Acquires Boulder Lawn and Tree Service Nitro Green of Boulder County, Colorado

Swingle Lawn, Tree & Landscape Care has expanded by acquiring lawn and tree care customers from Nitro-Green of Boulder County.

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Strategically located, the new branch will allow us to better connect with the surrounding community.

Boulder, Colorado (PRWEB) February 18, 2014

Colorado lawn and tree service company Swingle Lawn, Tree & Landscape Care announced today their acquisition of lawn and tree care customers from Nitro Green Lawn & Tree Care of Boulder County (dba Schneider and Son’s). The move comes as Swingle continues to expand its footprint along the Colorado Front Range as part of a planned expansion including opening a new branch in the area. With existing branches in Denver and Fort Collins, the new branch will provide Swingle’s customers improved response times and additional job opportunities for the local community.

“Strategically located, the new branch will allow us to better connect with the surrounding community,” said Swingle CEO and Owner Thomas Tolkacz.

Swingle gained awareness and a positive reputation with residents in the area after partnering with the City of Boulder to facilitate post-flood debris clean-up. Servicing residential and commercial clients from Monument to Fort Collins, Swingle has developed solutions to protect Colorado’s ash trees from emerald ash borer; the highly-destructive and aggressive insect found in Boulder in September of this year. Emerald ash borer has received little media attention in Colorado and awareness in the community is dangerously low.

“We are poised to help defend our urban forest against emerald ash borer. An additional location near Boulder will allow us to more effectively provide protection for residents who wish to take preventive measures and ultimately save their trees,” said Swingle President John Gibson.

The branch is planned to open and fully operate by mid-2014. Swingle’s preparation strategy includes resource acquisition, capital expenditures, and possibly additional acquisitions. Job opportunities will be posted on Swingle’s website; qualified individuals are encouraged to apply.

About Swingle Lawn, Tree & Landscape Care
Founded in 1947, Swingle Lawn, Tree and Landscape Care has grown to be one of the most respected residential and commercial landscape care companies in Colorado, providing lawn care, tree care and award-winning holiday lighting displays for homes and businesses. For more information, please contact Vince Serio at (303) 337-6200 or visit www (dot) MySwingle (dot) com.