Multi-Awarded Bluffton Landscape Company Now Serving Pooler, GA

November 08, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Multi-awarded landscape service provider, Taylor's Quality Landscape Supply, continues to expand its services in a new location. The company is now also serving clients in Pooler, Georgia.

Taylor's Quality Landscape Supply provides five-star service for those looking for home depot garden supplies and commercial landscaping tools. Aside from their GA location, they also have three service areas in South Carolina, specifically in Bluffton, Beaufort, and Hilton Head.

The landscaping supply store chose Pooler, GA as its newest hub as it is one of the fastest-growing cities. Pooler is now considered the center for commercial development in Chatham County with businesses from small mom and pop shops to huge worldwide corporations like Gulf Stream and Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems.

The multi-landscape product business offers highly trained and service-oriented staff ready and willing to help clients find the landscape products they need.

They cater to homeowners and landscape professionals looking for the following supplies: gravel, mulch, natural stone, soil and sand, decorative rock, bag products, and pine straw. The company also provides garden decors such as statues, benches, tables, fountains, birdbaths, and fire pits.

They also have different types of steppers, which include tabby, aggregate, parking bumper, splash blocks, and rail fence. Their nursery also produces annuals or perennials, grasses, palms, shrubs, trees, citrus, and trailers.

Clients can find a complete list of their products on the company's website, https://taylorsqls.com. The site offers a detailed price list of all the best buy in town for landscape supply. Clients can also search for numerous resources on the website. They have news, blogs, a gallery of photos, and videos. Their online resources contain the pest library as well as information on diseases and insects and native plants for birdwatchers.

"We exist to deliver quality products and services with an experience that invests in our family and community," says Gerrick Taylor, a football coach who founded this most recognized landscaping store in SC.

Taylor's Quality Landscape Supply received the Business Of The Year and The Golden Oyster Award in 2016 Bluffton Business Awards. In the same year, they also grabbed their second Best Nursery trophy from The Sun Today Awards. Their first award was given to them in 2014. They also received the Best Landscape Display award during the 11th Annual Lowcountry Living Home & Garden Show.

Meanwhile, those looking for commercial landscape supply near me and landscape supply stores near me can visit Taylor's Quality Landscape Supply. They are located at 35A Coleman Blvd., Pooler, GA 31322. Clients can also reach them through their email Pooler@TaylorsQLS.com or by calling 912-547-3366.

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For more information about Taylor’s Quality Landscape Supply, contact the company here:

Taylor’s Quality Landscape Supply
Christa Lewis
843-705-2600
Bluffton@taylorsQLS.com
36 Cecil Reynolds Road Bluffton, SC 29910

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