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With over a decade of service to the RTP area and a highly skilled staff of over 300 employees, Yard-Nique is able to respond to any landscape need. Our professional staff is prepared to assist you with design services, new installations, renovations and ongoing maintenance. Whether your job is a SMALL residential renovation project or a MAJOR commercial site, we deliver high quality and honest service at a fair and competitive price.
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Yard-Nique is excited to announce the acquisition of Estes Landscape of Sharpsburg, Georgia, marking our expansion into the Atlanta, Georgia area.
This acquisition is the largest for Yard-Nique to date and adds a significant amount to our annual revenue; about $3.5 Million and gives us access to a whole new market in the South.
“I was really impressed with the company Rob Estes has developed and the team and leadership in place,” said Brian DuMont, president and CEO of Yard-Nique, to Landscape Management.
As part of the acquisition, the entire Estes team, including founder and previous owner Rob Estes, will stay on board.
On February 24th it was one of the coldest days of the year but the Yard-Nique team and some Carolina Arbors residents were toasty warm inside with a “hands on” workshop for distressing terra cotta pots.
Aged and distressed terra cotta pots have a romantic appeal but sometimes it is hard to wait for the weather and mineral deposits over time on these pots to do their own thing making them look aged so that’s where we come in to speed up the natural process.
Residents were introduced to a number of ways to change the look of the supplied terra cotta pot which involved faux painting, sanding and a method applying candle wax prior to painting so the paint would chip off. Some of the residents added more color than others, while some really went for the look of a pot that had ages in a garden shed keeping the colors muted.
The end result was that no two pots looked the same and everyone left with a great start on spring with a planter.
Yard-Nique supplied all of the materials for the craft for a small fee mainly to cover the cost of the clay pot and there was plenty of help on hand for the residents if needed. It was a great morning doing something creative to start off a winter day.
On December 4th, the Yard-Nique team hosted its 2nd annual wreath making workshop in Bradford Hall. This year’s wreaths were completed in early December and perfect for decorating this holiday season!
It was a full house with over 30 residents attending and everyone left with a beautiful handmade all natural wreath! As in the past, the Yard-Nique team provided instruction and was there to assist the residents as needed with the project. Yard-Nique was able to supply everything needed for the project including wreath forms, fresh magnolia clippings, other assorted greenery and finishing ribbon.