ROSEDALE, Ind. (WTHI) - As the drought continues for most of us, some landscaping companies to the north of Terre Haute are surprisingly, doing better.
Unlimited Green Lawn Care Solutions in Rosedale said they've recently received more rain than most in the Wabash Valley.
Owner Justin Montgomery says everything is looking a lot greener, and business is picking up.
"Until this last week, I've really had no calls come in. We've had several come in this morning, people wanting to put back on regular mowing," Unlimited Green Lawn Care Solutions Owner Justin Montgomery said,
He said during the spring, he and his employees were working 60 hours a week.
Most of the summer, one person worked once a week.
They look forward to the fall season because it will bring more business.
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