Landscaper Cover Letter Example + Tips
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Dear Mr. Fulton,
I write in response to your ad seeking an experienced Landscaper and Crew Leader at Fulton Lawn Care. As a highly competent Landscape Crew Leader, I would bring a service-focused and hard-working attitude to this role.
In my current position, I manage the work of five crew members and complete a range of private and commercial landscaping projects. I have a knack for problem solving and work well independently and with little oversight. I am detail-oriented, creative, and proficient at keeping crews on schedule and working efficiently.
I am a self-starter and excel at lawn maintenance, shrubbery and flower care, and minor design work. I am familiar with safe operations guidelines and learn new procedures quickly. As a part of the team at Fulton Lawn Care, I hope to increase your business by providing clients first-rate lawn care services.
My resume and references are attached. Please feel free to contact me at your earliest convenience to discuss the position and your needs in detail.
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