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Noon Turf Care in Massachusetts

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by NoonTurfCare, Sep 30, 2013.

  1. NoonTurfCare

    NoonTurfCare LawnSite Member
    Posts: 4

    Hello from Massachusetts!!

    Noon Turf Care was started in 2001 by brothers Christopher Noon, Seton Hall graduate class of 2000, and Matthew Noon, Boston College graduate class of 2002. It started as a small internet based Lawn Care Company that provides Massachusetts residences and businesses with fertilization services for lawns, trees and shrubs. Noon Turf care is a privately owned company that prides itself on providing exceptional and personal service in an industry dominated by large national chains. Noon Turf Care services over 8,000 customers and has a team of over 50 lawn and horticulture specialists working for the company. They are currently the fastest growing lawn care company in New England. Noon has been listed on INC magazine’s 5000 fastest growing company list for three years in a row.







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    APLUS LAWN CARE LawnSite Senior Member
    Male, from North Missouri
    Posts: 587

    Nice company! I've seen a few magazine articles about your company and it's definitely something to be proud of.
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  3. doobs41378

    doobs41378 LawnSite Member
    Posts: 184

    You are getting pretty beat up on your Yelp reviews.....
  4. Steve Huxtable

    Steve Huxtable LawnSite Member
    Posts: 23

    Great looking company shame some people have to put negative comments on these type of threads.
  5. easy-lift guy

    easy-lift guy LawnSite Gold Member
    Posts: 3,376

    Agreed Steve.
    easy-lift guy
  6. Porkins

    Porkins LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 254

    LMAO! You call doobs comment negative? I don't see anything negative about his post, to me he is just pointing out it looks like NTC went through some growing/rough patches.
  7. easy-lift guy

    easy-lift guy LawnSite Gold Member
    Posts: 3,376

    I am sure your opinion is valid. BTW, Do you know what a yelp review is?. I have a feeling that a yelp review is not very flattering. I was actually agreeing more with Steve about the appearance of the company.
    easy-lift guy
  8. LawnMan19

    LawnMan19 LawnSite Gold Member
    Posts: 3,284

    Do You know what a yelp review is?? Because they can be very flattering if your doing the job right....
  9. noahb195

    noahb195 LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 994

    Wow.....this is pretty impressive!
  10. Armsden&Son

    Armsden&Son LawnSite Silver Member
    Posts: 2,358

    No, his comment was not negative per se, however it is negative in spirit. Get the difference? If, as you say, what he wanted to say was something along the lines of "Hey there NTC, I have seen you guys around in articles and on the web and by the looks of your yelp reviews, seems that you guys are having some growing pains. Have you learned anything from that? Any advice you can give some fellow entrepreneurs? Thanks a lot and good luck with the future."
    However, that is not what he said at all.... What he said was "You are getting pretty beat up on your Yelp reviews" This open ended "observation" is completely negative. It is meant to do one thing and one thing only and that is to "bait" either NTC themselves or another L.S member into some sort of dialogue which will end up going nowhere fast. I realize that this is the internet but some of us still know what courtesy is. Absolutely nothing constructive can come from a post like that. And isn't that what we are all here for? To learn, to share, to give and to take CONSTRUCTIVE criticism... Because to me, that comment is just criticism without the constructive part...
    By the way, I think it's amazing that you guys (NTC) are doing so well and giving the larger, long standing companies a run for their money. I currently live in Upstate New York but grew up 10 miles north of Boston and I can recall with such clarity my Dad cursing out Chemlawn (Truegreen now) for shoddy service. The market is absolutely there and I have always thought that the one link missing was customer service. From what I hear about you guys, you have that angle covered so I see great things in the future for you. Good Job! Good Luck!

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