About UsMake a Difference Landscaping knows that you want to enjoy your lawn... not tend to it. That's why we make it easy for you with dependable, reliable and dedicated service. The biggest investment you'll most likely make in your lifetime is your home. Most Real Estate professionals will tell you that it's the "curb-appeal" that helps to make or break the value of your home. And "curb-appeal" means landscaping. Not only do we help individual homeowners improve their curb appeal but we also service commercial properties and homeowners associations.
We have multiple crews that are devoted to their area of expertise: mowing, landscape construction, irrigation, landscape lighting, and snow removal. The work week is typically Monday through Thursday which leaves a day open for rescheduling due to uncooperative weather or even holidays.
Greg is originally from Lexington, MA where he started his first landscaping company in his early teens. He went to college at the University of New Hampshire where he studied business management which provided the foundation needed to operate a premier business in the green industry. Greg takes pride in a job well done and is excited to be working together with the professional, knowledgeable and experienced team at Make a Difference Landscaping.
Rob has lived in the Southern New Hampshire area for the last 30 years. Where his passion for the outdoors has turned into a career. He has worked in the industry for over 20 years for several large landscape companies.
This experience has given him the skills and talents to harbor his expertise in the industry. His years of work have given him the opportunities to build and grow. In his spare time outside of landscaping, you can find him fishing, hunting, hiking.
Mike grew up in North Hampton, NH. He attended Keene State College for drafting and design. He has over 25 years of landscape construction experience. Prior to joining the Make A Difference team he was a manager for Northern Nurseries. The landscape industry is where he always wanted to be. When Mike is not working you’ll most likely find him on a golf course somewhere on the seacoast.
Sean grew up in Massachusetts before making his was up to the granite state after college. He attended Dean College in Franklin Ma where he earned his Associates degree in business before moving on to Lasell College to finish his Bachelor's degree in Entrepreneurship. Prior to Make a Difference Sean was a Forman for a small landscape company where his passion for the green industry took off. In Sean’s free time he enjoys the many outdoor activities New Hampshire has to offer including skiing in the white mountains, mountain biking, and hunting with his bird dog Tucker.
Isaiah grew up in Derry, NH. He attended Southern Vermont College and obtained his degree in Business Administration. Prior to Make A Difference Landscaping, he was a foreman who ran many crews in various facets of the landscaping industry. He started working in this industry when he was just 14 years old. When Isaiah is not working, he tends to be outdoors hiking, taking pictures and mountain biking.
Lawn Care Manager:
Billie our newest manager grew up in Charlestown Massachusetts. His love for landscaping and the outdoors started when he attended Essex Agricultural High School. He has since been working in the industry and furthering his education in 2013 he received his graduate's degree from UMass Amherst in the same field of study also has multiple state certifications and is an active member of the Massachusetts Association of Landscape Professionals. With his educational background and love of the industry, he has had the opportunity to work with some of the largest agricultural companies in the nation. He specializes in diagnosis and treatment, ipm pest management, self-sustaining landscapes and rooftop gardens. In his free time he enjoys travel family and friends.
Beth is originally from New Jersey and recently relocated to Sanford, Maine. She attended Cumberland County College in the criminal justice program. Beth is no stranger to the green industry. She has been an office manger for the past 20 years at a 100 plus employee nursery in New Jersey. Beth has three children, two of which live in Maine and 6 grandchildren. When she isn't working, she enjoys kayaking, needlework and spending time with her two labs, Kody and Macy.