Richard A. McCoy Horticultural Services, INC

 

Richard A. McCoy Horticultural Services Inc. offers preferential treatment to expedite your way back into your home.

Dear Residents of the New Jersey Coast affected by Super Storm Sandy:

As a lifetime New Jersey resident and with a long Jersey Shore history that reaches back to 1962, we empathize with you. Richard A. McCoy Horticultural Services Inc. is eager to support the ongoing efforts to "restore the shore", rebuild your communities and individual residences.

All of our sustainable landscape design / build, maintenance services are available to you along with other home improvement needs such as interior/exterior carpentry, drywall, painting, flooring installations and more.

In light of Super Storm Sandy Richard A. McCoy Horticultural Services Inc. offers preferential treatment to areas damaged by Sandy. Special scheduling will depend on how critical your needs while you rebuild your landscapes infrastructure sustainably. We are providing our services to areas from the surrounding Deal area south to Brick.

Our clients are extremely important to us and we have built a reputation for being reliable, fair, honest and completing projects in a timely manner please see our testimonials page. We will gladly honor any request for references.

My family is one that has deep roots along the shore. I grew up at my grandparent's house in Ocean Beach II on Melody Lane, which they purchased in 1962 and renovated to a full time residence in 1978. The property is directly adjacent to The Ocean Beach Marina. My family, also, owned an ice cream shop in Seaside Heights. I have been a member of The Surfrider Foundation for numerous years. Now we enjoy making memories at our favorite shore spots and I would consider it an honor to continue to work to improve New Jersey's beach communities.

This could be a great opportunity for residents to build their landscape's infrastructure sustainability when rebuilding or renovation after Sandy.

We look forward to assisting you "restore the shore."

Richard A. McCoy