Category - News

18
Jul

Environmentally smart landscaping in urban areas is good policy and good business

New Jersey is the most densely populated state in the nation and, according to the New Jersey Conservation Foundation, more crowded than either Japan or India. Given the high-rise apartments rapidly being built New Jersey’s urban area, we are only going to grow more tightly packed. From a policy perspective this is good — more …

12
Apr

Lush lawns come at a high environmental price

North Jersey is known as the center of suburbia, with homes surrounded by lush lawns. We rightfully take pride in our properties and enjoy how they look. But in the extended drought we’ve been in, thinking about the impact our lawns have on water conservation and more broadly the environment is more urgent than…

14
Mar

Stella Leaves It’s Footprint on the Garden State

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17
Feb

NJBIZ Triple Play Article : How to keep your properties attractive in the face of extreme weather

Lawns By Yorkshire was recently featured in an article on the NJBIZ website. Click here to read the full article:

17
Feb

Real Estate NJ Article : Snow Business: When winter strikes, many top N.J. property owners call on this firm

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9
Jan

NJBIZ Industry Insights Article

Owner of Lawns By Yorkshire, Inc., Steven Jomides, was just recently featured in an article on the NJBIZ Online Publication. Click the image below to read the article!

8
Jul

Equipped to Communicate

KRISTEN HAMPSHIRE | May 12, 2014 Steven Jomides remembers the first HOA account that Lawns by Yorkshire serviced back in the late 1990s. It won this 45-unit development that was about a $20,000 value. It was a good sale at the time. “We serviced it like a big house back then,” says Jomides, CEO of the Westwood, …

8
Jul

Covering Your Bases

EMILY SCHAPPACHER | March 12, 2014 Company owners protect their assets with noncompete agreements. Saying “no” to noncompetes  Steven Jomides, president of Lawns by Yorkshire in Westwood, N.J., is one contractor who doesn’t think noncompete agreements make the best business sense. The $10-million company, which offers commercial maintenance services, used to require employees to sign noncompetes, but Jomides recently …

4
May

Irrigation & Green Industry Features Steven

STEVEN JOMIDES Being creative and thinking outside the box can be a road map to success DENNE GOLDSTEIN April 19th, 2010 Some people are so anxious to get their career started, they feel that until they do, time’s a-wasting. — However, sooner or later you begin to realize that there are no shortcuts. Learning a …