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I started Daybreak with just one thing in mind, do the best work I possibly could with integrity and honesty. I brought well over a decade of experience to the business and continue to learn and look forward.
Like many others I began learning this craft at an early age in my working life but I didn’t just mow my neighbor's yard or work weekends trying to make an allowance from my parents; I spent summers working for a local apartment complex. I mowed acres of lawn, trimmed miles of weeds, and edged cities worth of sidewalks. I learned the art of pruning hedges for optimal growth, fullness, and shape. I was given the skills to plant trees and flowers, sow grass, and to hardscape and maintain the garden areas they would beautify. It was a good way to earn money as a young man and a good way to build a foundation toward a craft I would love.
I took that foundation and built upon it working first with a private landscaper in New York and then a prominent resort community in Myrtle Beach. I've had many great mentors in life both personal and work related. Some taught me the proper planting, care, and maintenance techiniques described above but all showed me the importance of courtesy, honesty, and good judgement in work and life. I thank them and I thank you for visiting and hope you’ll consider us to help you with any and all of your landscape maintenance needs.
The daybreak is a cultivar of the gazania plant and as you may have guessed our namesake. I chose the daybreak as our botanical mascot because of its beauty and low maintenance needs, two things I believe to be essential to a well designed landscape.