How can Grosh's Lawn Service help you?

Code of Ethics

Core Commitments

National Association Of Landscape Professionals

As proud members of the National Association Of Landscape Professionals, we conscientiously commit to the following codes of professional conduct for the following reasons:

  • To protect the interests of our membership.
  • To ensure the highest level of professionalism within the landscape industry.

Commitment to Consumers

  • Conduct business in a professional manner.
  • Provide information based on honest, scientific, accurate, and factual knowledge.
  • Practice honesty in advertising, proposals, and representation of capabilities.

Commitment to Our Environment

  • Protect and preserve our most valuable resource, the environment.
  • Operate in an environmentally safe manner.
  • Follow vendor recommendations for products, chemicals, and equipment.

Commitment to the Law

  • Adhere to all contractual obligations in essence and spirit.
  • Abide by all laws and regulations affecting the green industry and support the enforcement of these laws.

Commitment to Fellow Professionals

  • Deal fairly with subcontractors and suppliers.
  • Avoid making unfounded statements, which, in any way, might injure the professional reputation of another.
  • Refrain from recruiting another company’s employees during any Professional Landcare Network sponsored event.
  • Recognize the importance of a strong relationship with vendors (suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, and business service providers).
  • Follow all vendor directions and recommendations for products and equipment. Vendors must report product testing and use results accurately.
  • Promote the standards set forth in this Code of Ethics to all customers, nonmember industry representatives, suppliers, and fellow lawn and landscape companies.

Commitment to the Association

  • Adhere to the by-laws of the association.
  • Strive to participate in continuing education.
  • Strive to attain certification.

Commitment to Employees

  • Develop, promote, and reinforce good safety practices throughout all phases of operations.
  • Encourage equal opportunities for all people in education and employment without regard to race, color, creed, or national origin.
  • Respect colleagues and the endeavors of colleagues.
  • Offer employees a fair and safe working environment, educational possibilities, and career opportunities.
  • Use sound professional management practices and encourage employees to respond to their peers in a respectful manner.

5% For the Community

Take time now to Sign Up for our E-Newsletter Grosh's Grass Gazette for landscaping service and lawn care service helpful tips and information.
Did you Know?

There are more than 30 million acres of lawns in the United States

more facts
Tip # 284

Grosh's Lawn Service Tip of the Week # 284 September 22, 2019

When should you take your hummingbird feeders down here in the Hagerstown MD area?

A common myth says that if you leave your feeders up too long, hummingbirds will fail to migrate. This is simply not true. Hummingbirds migrate due to environmental cues. Every so often some will overwinter in Maryland. These birds either were blown off course or are inexperienced youngsters.

After October 1st, if you don't see any signs of hummingbirds visiting for 2 weeks, then it is usually safe to take down your feeders.

Contact Tom the Landscaper today at GroshsLawnService.com  for help with your landscaping and lawn care services here in the Hagerstown MD area and Washington County Maryland.

more tips
Word FM


Our Daily Bread


Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
View full forecast