Escape from the Ordinary

Excerpt from:  Customer Care News Magazine  
Pittsboro, Indiana:  Landscape contractor A Cut n' Edge was recently honored with The Pulse of the City News Customer Satisfaction Award for providing outstanding customer service.

Pulse of the City News is committed to finding and honoring those companies in the building and construction industry that have provided an excellent customer experience for their customers. The Pulse research team analyzes research and information gathered from many sources, including nominations, online business and consumer user-review websites, blogs, social media, business-rating services, and other credible sources, and determines a yearly rating for each company.  Companies that receive the highest possible rating of 4 to 5 stars earn the Pulse Award.

A Cut n' Edge received the highest possible rating of 5 stars, demonstrating a high level of customer satisfaction. The business, which began in 1999, is a full-service landscaping company offering mowing, fertilization and weed control, leaf removal, shrub trimming, hardscaping, irrigation, and snow removal.

"I believe that a lot of our success has to do with the honesty, quality and professionalism that we instill into the business, " says Owner Dustin M. Stamm.  "Every customer is treated with the utmost respect and honesty, Without great customer service, we have no business."

A Cut n' Edge does more than simply provide services to clients.  "Our company culture is focused on bringing landscape education to our residential clients and to provide sound advice when asked," says Stamm.  "We also maintain our local parks and medians in the community; we like to keep the community looking clean and well maintained."

The company is located in Pittsboro, IN.  For more information, call 317-892-4457 or go online to

    Thank you to all of our customers for the positive feedback.  We appreciate any feedback, positive or negative.  " The key to great customer service, is communication."


 Aerify Your Lawn This Fall  

  More than 50 percent of North American lawns are at least 10 years old.  Due to their age, these lawns can benefit from aeration, which relieves soil compaction and thatch problems.  This allows for better air, water and nutrient movement through the soil, resulting in healthier turf.
    Lawn owners often don't realize the hazards of soil compaction.  Insects,disease, nematodes, improper watering and a lack of fertilizer are often blamed for a lawns decline when the real culprit is compaction.  If soil is compacted, the solution is straight-forward: 


Aeration is the practice of creating small, evenly spaced 3- inch deep, 1/2-inch-wide holes in a lawn, getting air and nutrients into the roots and venting, subsurface gases created by decomposing roots.  The pulled soil plugs are dispersed to spread soil nutrients over the turf surface.


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