Why Choose Us?

When Dennis and Christine Bowman started in the Lawn Care Industry in 1987, their goal was to provide the highest quality service with the best results to all customers. Since then, our company has stayed true to that goal. Our experience in Lawn Care expands further than applying products. We know and understand why and how things happen in lawns. Our carefully controlled lawn care program has been designed to have maximum results for our lawns here in the Wabash Valley.

Our memberships in organizations such as the Indiana Lawn and Landscape Association, Midwest Regional Turf Foundation and the National Association of Landscape Professionals provide us with valuable educational tools and resources. We attend and actively participate in educational programs hosted by these organizations to continual learn and improve our company.

We know that you expect results. We promise to provide the best lawn care experience in the Wabash Valley.

Family Owned and Locally Driven

We have been a family owned and operated business since the very beginning. In 2016, Andrew and Megan Bowman joined the team and began to manage some of the daily operations in the office and on the lawns. When you call our office, you speak directly with the owners.

When you do business with Bowman’s Pro Turf, Co. you are supporting so much more than just our business. All of our employees live right here in the Wabash Valley. When we need equipment serviced, we support local mechanics and shops. Our Z-Spray machines that we use for lawn treatments are manufactured by LT Rich in Lebanon, Indiana. The products we use come from Advanced Turf Solutions in Fishers, Indiana.

The money spent with our company stays in the Wabash Valley and Indiana!

Organizations We Care About

There are several organizations that we are involved in and support outside of the Lawn Care Industry.

  • 100 Women Who Care (Clay County)
  • Boy Scouts of America, Crossroads of America Council
  • Northview High School Athletics
  • Crisis Pregnancy Center
  • Serving On The Street (S.O.S)
  • http://www.military-missions.org

 

 

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