Colorado’s Swingle Acquires Advanced Tree and Lawn Concepts

Denver, Colorado -February 14 – Colorado lawn and tree service company Swingle Lawn, Tree & Landscape Care has acquired Advanced Tree and Lawn Concepts. In conjunction with Swingle’s acquisition of Nitro-Green lawn and tree care customers in November last year, the purchase is part of Swingle’s strategy to expand its presence along the Boulder/Longmont corridor and ultimately open its third branch in the local community.

Swingle Tree and LawnWe feel this is the right time to continue our long-term expansion plans along the Front Range, while we maintain servicing our customers at the high quality they have come to expect and deserve. The economic rebound and positive forecast for the future is setting the foundation for an aggressive growth strategy over the next few years,” says Swingle President John Gibson.
With plans to open a new branch between its Denver and Ft. Collins offices this spring, the Advanced Tree and Lawn Concepts acquisition, coupled with the retention of its owner Bill DeStefano, will contribute to a successful launch by seamlessly providing a mature customer base for the new branch.
Climbing from 93rd in 2010 to 65th in 2013 according to Lawn & Landscape Magazine’s national company rankings, while also winning the 2013 BBB Torch Award for Marketplace Trust, Swingle continues to gain momentum in serving their growing customer base along the front range of Colorado.
“Many factors are involved in creating an environment for growth. Our recent recognition from the BBB last year and ColoradoBiz Magazine’s Top Company in 2012 helps build trust with consumers who are overwhelmed with media and choices,” said Swingle CEO and Owner Thomas Tolkacz.
Swingle played an integral role in the Boulder flood clean-up, and with the discovery of emerald ash borer in Boulder, Swingle is prepared to support the community by providing expert advice and solutions to protect Colorado’s invaluable urban forest. Swingle’s expansion will add to their local service approach and bring more local jobs to Boulder and surrounding community.

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