What You'll Get
A well-maintained lawn is the best way to shower a house with love, aside from kissing the doorstep or spray-painting sonnets on its walls. Show your home where your heart is with today's Groupon: for $225, you get $500 worth of landscaping work and materials from Bryant Lawn and Sprinkler. This deal is valid in 10 counties.
For 17 years, the committed landscapers of Bryant Lawn and Sprinkler have completed projects large and small to enhance homes’ exteriors. Front and backyards blossom as landscapers embed seasonal flowers ($25/flat) or layer the ground with three cubic feet of cedar mulch ($6.50/bag) to cover up holes from amateur paleontology ventures. The crack team also tackles multistep projects, removing old grass, installing plants, and mulching and composting the area (about $400, cost varies based on size and condition). Yard waste removal ($80.35) ferries away flotsam and jetsam accrued from falling tree branches or years of emptying the pencil sharpener in the backyard. Customers can also apply their Groupon toward large-scale projects such as patio, irrigation system, and sump-pump installation ($2,500–$6,650).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for irrigation repairs. Valid only in select areas. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bryant Lawn and Sprinkler
It’s a good thing James Bryant’s parents didn’t pay him more allowance. At 10, he found his $10 weekly payday unacceptable, so he started knocking on neighbors’ doors to see if they’d like him to mow their lawns. The business grew as he did, and, by the time he finished high school, he felt certain that landscaping was his true passion. Since officially founding Bryant Lawn and Sprinkler in 1995, James has continued to find fulfillment in creating natural works of art out of previously lackluster yards and gardens. He and his team do this by planting flowers, mulching gardens and installing eco-conscious sprinkler systems. They also design yard lighting so that, at night, freshly pruned shrubs stand out and moths can use shadow puppets to tell their brief life stories.