Seth Maurer Landscaping has the following positions available:

• Landscape Laborer
• Hardscape Laborer
• Crew Leader

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Starting pay ranges between $15.50 and $19.50 per hour, plus benefits, for employees hired full time.

At Seth Maurer Landscaping, LLC, we specialize in the following:
Outdoor Spaces, Landscaping, Lighting, Sound

Our services include hardscaping (pavers, natural stone, stone veneer, outdoor kitchens, fireplaces and firepits, etc.), landscape lighting (low voltage and line voltage), outdoor and indoor audio, mowing, mulching, maintenance, design and installation.

We are a fast-growing company looking for skilled, responsible, and reliable employees. If you are hired as a full-time employee and you possess the skills, responsibility, and reliability that Seth Maurer Landscaping needs and expects, you will be rewarded with starting pay that’s above the industry average, health insurance that is 70% paid for by the company (unprecedented in our industry), and vacation benefits. In addition, you will be working for a company that is growing and excelling in the Outdoor Living industry. We want you to grow with us.

Qualifications:

• Must pass a drug test prior to being hired and during employment
• Must have a valid PA driving license
• Must be reliable and honest to customer and co-workers
• Experience in landscaping/hardscaping areas is required
• SML will pay for a DOT physical for your DOT Medical Certification if you do not already have the certification

To Apply:

Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your cover letter and resume.

Feel free to follow up with our office once you email your submission.

The office phone number is 717-473-7384.

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Seth's Tips & Tricks

  • Be kind to your pavers. Sealing pavers helps to intensify the color and protects them from wear and staining. We can even use sealants that give your pavers a "wet" shine when the surface is dry.

  • Shear your sheep, not your shrubs. Save the power shearing for your sheep and ask us to prune your shrubs by hand. Yes, selective hand-pruning takes more time and effort, but you'll love the more natural look. And your shrubs will thank you.

  • Lighten up! Landscape lighting adds not only a wow effect to your property at night, but it also provides an element of security. And with low-cost LED lighting, there are no bulbs to change.

  • Stop weeding! Unless you really and truly like to spend your days weeding around your flowers, have us apply a commercial strength pre-emergent weed control product. You'll be amazed at how much less weeding is needed.

  • Go easy on the mulch. If you mulch yearly, make it only about 1 inch thick. More mulch can't break down and, instead, builds up to the point where it damages plants and trees. Also, too-thick mulch can actually promote weed and mold growth.

  • If your lawn has turned brown, avoid walking or playing on it as much as possible until it is no longer stressed and it has started turning back to green. Don't mistake drought stress for insect or disease damage...lawns typically recover from drought stress but may need extensive repairs from insect or disease damage.

  • Grow bigger fruits and veggies. Let us take a soil sample from your garden and send it off for testing. It's possible that a few natural amendments will do wonders for your blueberry or tomato crops.

  • Be edgy. You can clean up the edge between your lawn and mulched beds if you turn your string trimmer upside down and run it along a defining line to cut off bed encroaching grass. Too difficult? Ask SML to do it instead.

  • De-stress your lawn. Stay off lawns that brown out in the hottest days of summer. Those lawns will likely recover, even if it's next season. But don't mistake drought stress for insect or disease damage. In that case, ask SML to repair.