At Moyer Indoor | Outdoor, we have been helping our clients in Willingboro, NJ grow beautiful lawns since 1935. Our lawn care professionals understand the soil conditions that are unique to the area and we are ready to help you with your lawn care needs.
We are proud to offer an assortment of solutions to a variety of common lawn problems which include the following services:
- Lawn Aeration
- Outdoor Flea and Tick Control
- Grub Control
- Lawn Diseases
- Lawn Seeding
- Lawn Renovation
- Lime Application
- Weed Control
- Bed Weed Control
We are here to help you develop a plan to achieve the lush green lawn you always dreamed of having. Our Willingboro lawn care professionals also take safety very seriously and we use all natural ingredients when working on your lawn.
When it comes to finding the right plan for your budget, we have several options available that include our bronze, silver and gold plan. All packages include our 7-step program, with treatments in early spring, late spring, early summer, late summer, early fall, fall, and winter. Learn more about each of these lawn care plans here.
Due to our reputation in Willingboro, you can always tell it’s a Moyer lawn. Let us show you what your lawn can be. Moyer Indoor | Outdoor is a member of the Lawn Care Association of Pennsylvania and the National Association of Landscape Professionals.
Contact us today at 215-799-2016 to schedule a lawn care appointment.
Willingboro is a township in Burlington County, NJ with a population of around 31,629. The land was originally purchased by Abraham Levitt and Sons in the 1950s and 1960s. In 1959, the town name was changed to Levittown Township and then back to Willingboro because it caused confusion with Levittown, PA.
Willingboro Township Resources
- Willingboro Police – The Willingboro Police department strives to provide the highest
level of service to residents of Willingboro so everyone can enjoy a high quality of life.
- Willingboro Fire Department – The Willingboro Fire Department serves Burlington County, NJ and provides fire safety services and education to local residents.
- Willingboro School House – The Willingboro School House was constructed in 1866 and it was restored in the 1960s as a museum.