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Northern VA's Highest Ranked Eco-Friendly Landscaping Service Provider

Northern VA's Highest Ranked Eco-Friendly Landscaping Service Provider

Northern VA's Highest Ranked Eco-Friendly Landscaping Service ProviderNorthern VA's Highest Ranked Eco-Friendly Landscaping Service ProviderNorthern VA's Highest Ranked Eco-Friendly Landscaping Service Provider

Partial Zero Emissions • Toxic-Free Solutions • Self-Sustainability 

about the company

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The History: How it Began

During the summer of 2018, while working as a food runner and attending summer classes, owner Nader Abilmona envisioned creating a landscaping business built purely on eco-friendly practices. At first, Nader circled neighborhoods contacting local real estate agents through their listings. Word began to spread, and after months of operating out of the trunk of his car, Nader saved enough money to purchase his first work truck. Since then, Nader has grown the Abilmona Landscaping brand to become Northern Virginia's highest ranked eco-friendly landscaping provider.

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The Method: Individually Owned and Operated

Abilmona Landscaping has always been and remains to be the only individually owned and operated landscaping business in all of Northern Virginia. This business model allows for a more honest and personal experience for every client. With no employees, there are no overheard costs, and all current and future clients are familiar with who will be caring for their property. Despite the lack of employees, there is no job too small or too big! Nader has developed an extensive list of dedicated interdisciplinary subcontract professionals that complete any projects outside of his scope of work.

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The Goal: Conscious Consumerism and Sustainability

The objective of Abilmona Landscaping is to provide clients with creative and unique solutions to traditional lawn/ landscape complexities. Offering toxic-free alternatives to weed repellants, minimizing equipment emissions, and educating the public on self-sustainability are just a few of the methods used to ensure the planet stays beautiful for future generations to come.