perfect ownersPerfection Lawn & Landscape LLC owners Chris and Misty VincentCENTRAL CITY, Ky. (5/8/14) — Founded in 2008 by owners Chris and Misty Vincent, Perfection Lawn & Landscape, LCC is a full service lawn and landscaping company that serves both residential and commercial properties.

“This actually started out as a hobby,” said Chris Vincent. “I started out mowing lawns, then shortly after, it became a small business and in just a few short years, we have expanded to servicing several counties.”

Vincent said that the company offers services with lawn maintenance, complete landscape design and installation, patios, walkways, retaining walls, waterfalls, fire pits, fountains, mulch, stone, topsoil, leaf removal, shrub and hedge trimming and planting, spring and fall clean up and much more.

“We actually use a special software where we can do a complete landscape design,” said Vincent. “We go out to the homes and take pictures and do a before and after using the special program to give customers an idea of what the end product will look like. A lot of people can’t visualize their projects.”

Perfection is also an authorized retailer of Charlie’s Compost, which is made locally.

“We get a lot of people to come in and buy compost,” said Vincent. “Charlie’s Compost is a terrific product, especially for the quality and the price, you just can’t beat it.”

Perfection works really hard at its mission statement of working in partnership with customers and providing the highest quality lawn and landscaping services.

“Our goal is to build long term relationships with our customers, vendors, and industry peers,” said Vincent. “We also focus on being a leader in the field of lawn maintenance and landscape and design/build.”

Vincent said its company values are honesty and integrity to the highest degree, and they strive to always do what is right for its customers.

Perfection Lawn & Landscape, LLC is located on 1505 W. Reservoir Avenue.

For more information, visit GoPerfection.com or https://www.facebook.com/goperfection.

Amber Averitt
SurfKY News Reporter
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