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Eco Lawn and Landscaping Service in Bonita Springs

Ryan Scofield

Ryan Scofield

Two Tired Services, based in Bonita Springs, is open and providing homeowners with environmentally friendly lawn services featuring reduced air and noise pollution. Complete lawn and landscaping work is available, including mowing, edging, trimming and leaf removal using bicycle-powered, gas- and emission-free electric and manual equipment.

Owner Ryan Scofield, a full-time cyclist who sold his car in 2013 and switched to a bicycle for primary transportation, can also pick up and deliver ordered items for residents using his trailer-hitched bicycle. He is currently taking additional landscaping education courses and other related topics to expand his expertise.

For more information, call 239-302-8922, email Ryan@TwoTiredServices.com or visit TwoTiredServices.com.

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