His Hands Lawn Care

Employment

 

We Take The Time:

Discuss Your Needs

 

demoWe sit down and discuss your project needs, do you require full grounds maintenance, flower enhancements, fertilizing or? His Hands can do the job right the first time and every time.

Business Approach:

Listen to Customers

 

demoWe take the time to listen to our clients needs, from the time they pick up the phone and first make contact with us we are there for them every step of the way. 

Employment:

Top Quality Employees

 

demoWe require two years minimum of experience. Then we train to our company standards by our companies number one leader, and this industries best man.

 

Employment

We're an equal opportunity employer

 Ways to contact us are:

 

  • Email in a resume in PDF or Word format to employment@hishandslawncare.com. Please put the position you are applying for in the subject line.
  • Mail in a resume to (ATTN: Human Resources): His Hands Lawn Care 10799 Verissimo Ln NW Silverdale, WA 98383

 

 

 

 

Current Openings

Please email us your resume

We are always seeking qualified members of the landscaping profession with experience in areas of:

  • Landscaping Maintenance
  • Landscaping Installation
  • Irrigation Install / Design / Troubleshooting

 

We hire off personal references, and require two years minimum experience. Then we train to our company standards by our companies number one leader, and this industries best man.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Go Green:

Stewards of the Environment

 

Surround your home or business with beautiful plantings and hardscapes. His Hands Lawn Service can improve your home or businesss appearance, and to enhance your outdoor areas with flower bed enhancements, irrigation, rock walls and more. His Hands Lawn Care Services has been, providing professional landscaping services since 1995. We welcome the opportunity to beautify your home or business!

 

As stewards of the environment, we are committed to learning and utilizing ways to be a “greener” company. What it means to be “green” in the landscape industry is more than just using organics and composting. It’s proper use of cultural practices, installing irrigation systems with rain and weather sensors so water is not wasted, using native plants in designing new landscapes. Choosing to use a permeable pavement product such as pavers, or natural stone bases rather than asphalt or solid concrete for driveways and walkways are also considered a green choice.