Thornton Landscape, a family-owned and operated landscape company that has served Greater Cincinnati region since 1961, announced the launch of their new website this week.
June 16, 2014 (Newswire) - Thornton Landscape, a family-owned and operated landscape company that has served Greater Cincinnati region since 1961, announced the launch of their new website this week.
The new website design allows Thornton Landscape to display what they offer potential clients by presenting an award-winning portfolio of commercial and residential projects in the Greater Cincinnati area. Another feature on the website is an "Idea Center," which allows current and potential clients the opportunity to view many different options for an array for landscape/hardscape plans.
"We feel that this website will put our name and services in front of potential clients more effectively. We have always been known for the quality of work that we perform, and this website will help us expand our reach," said Andy Doesburg, president of Thornton Landscape. "We are excited to see the feedback that we get from our current and future customers about the projects displayed on the site. We believe the appearance of the landscapes we've worked on demonstrates our capabilities. The volume and variety of our portfolio sets our website apart from others."
Thornton Landscape offers truly custom landscape design for both residential and commercial customers. With more than 50 years in business, the company is a consistent award winner for its landscape designs. The landscape team also includes a large number of certified landscape technicians and professionals, accredited by the Ohio Nursery and Landscape Association (ONLA).
"At the end of the day, it's about the satisfaction of our clients. When we finish a project, we want them to be as happy as we are with it so that they continue to refer our services to other people. Our website displays the outdoor spaces that are there for years after the job is complete, and we hope to continue filling our site with many more projects," Doesburg said.