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By Mary Wolbach Lopert
Editorial@lhvc.com 

All-Pro Lawns redefines its business

 

March 21, 2019

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After picture of a backyard and deck that have been revitalized by All-Pro Lawns.

Chris Wathen of All-Pro Lawns, Inc., has been a staple in Niwot and Gunbarrel neighborhoods for many years. Wathen said the business has grown steadily since he bought it from his father-in-law, Charlie Schulze, in 2008. The time has come, however, to refine his business model.

The business has grown steadily over the years, Wathen said. “We had to sit down and redefine what we want to do and pinpoint what our business is.” Starting this spring, he’ll be concentrating on commercial buildings, HOA maintenance and full landscaping construction from top to bottom for both residential and commercial properties.

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Before picture of a backyard and deck that have been revitalized by All-Pro Lawns.

Ricardo Ruiz of Longview Mowing will be taking over the residential customers. Wathen said that Ruiz has 25 years of field and management experience. After working in California, Ruiz moved to Colorado 10 years ago. He ran the mowing and maintenance crews for a company in Longmont. Wathen feels that the residential customers will be in good hands.

Part of All-Pro Lawn’s new focus will be landscaping construction for both new and existing homes. “We have a deck company, WM Construction, and a cement company, Rodriguez Concrete. I also have a landscape designer, LRS Design. He’s an independent designer.”

Wathen said that the company has been moving in this direction for a while. By redefining his business model, he hopes he can continue to provide excellent service to his customers.  

 

 

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