Rgreen® – Local Family Owned Company
Rgreen® is a local family owned Company started in 1999. We started as a mowing only service provider. As time went by we refined our services based on the core values of a local family owned Company. Rick Wilmott, Rgreen®’s president says if we are going to do something we have to do it right. Rgreen® is truly a Local Family Owned Company in Allentown, Bethlehem, and the Lehigh Valley. Our office located at 1801 Union Blvd in Allentown and is our only office. All our employees are residents of the Lehigh Valley as well. Be aware of companies that claim to be local but whose offices and employees are not based in the Lehigh Valley PA.
Rgreen® – Local Family Owned Company Improving lawn Care in the Valley
RGreen© is dedicated to improving lawn care in Allentown, Bethlehem, and the Lehigh Valley. Rgreen® is responsible for making changes to lawn fertilizing programs that directly impact the environment. Rgreen® offers two different programs that are environmentally friendly. We have posted about the importance of your lawn. Alongside the lawn fertilizing Rgreen® offers a complete line of landscaping. From Fire feature- fire pits- fire bowls to full Landscape maintenance.
Local Family Owned Company
Family businesses have been around since the dawn of time. They are the oldest company model and still the most common type of economic organization to this day. While many think of family-owned businesses as strictly mom and pop shops, you know as well as us that family-owned businesses represent companies across the entire spectrum, from small businesses to international corporations.
Family-owned companies play a vital role in the world’s economy, but they are also trusted more than any other type of organization. This is often influenced by the fact that family businesses are never focused strictly on the next quarter. Family business owners focus on the long-term and how their business and their core values will carry over from generation to generation.
Locally owned businesses can make more local purchases requiring less transportation, and generally set up shop in town or city centers as opposed to developing on the fringe. This generally means contributing less to sprawl, congestion, habitat loss, and pollution.