Company Announcements

June 22 2017

Latest Landscaping Feedback from the Crossroads at Oldwick Community Association

Previously, we shared a testimonial from Larry Brenner, VP of the Crossroads at Oldwick Community Association in Whitehouse Station, NJ. Mr. Brenner had voiced his gratitude for Mike Woronowicz, our NJ landscaping branch manager who works directly with the association’s board to ensure its grounds are in top shape at all times. We were pleased […]

November 22 2016

Kind Words About Our Four Seasons at South Knolls Landscaping

Four Seasons at South Knolls (FSSK) is an active adult community in Jackson, N.J. While nearby Philadelphia, New York City and the Jersey Shore provide infinite opportunity for entertainment and exploration, residents love FSSK for its resort-style amenities and laid-back lifestyle. High Tech Landscapes has the privilege of keeping the FSSK grounds clean and beautiful. […]

August 11 2016

A Note from Our Happy Clients at Rossmoor

We take tremendous pride in our work here at High Tech Landscapes, especially when it comes to tall tasks such as managing more than 400 acres of landscaping for one of New Jersey’s most beautiful communities. When we received a friendly letter in the mail from residents at Rossmoor, the award-winning, active adult community in […]

April 11 2016

What’s New at High Tech?

High Tech is getting bigger and better every year! As one of New Jersey’s premier landscaping companies, we are proud to share some exciting changes within our team heading into spring: Big Moves Congratulations to the following team members on their well-deserved promotions! Drew Mazurki – Now Health & Safety Manager Mike Woronowicz – Now […]

September 22 2015

Make Your Property Winter-Ready

News from High Tech Landscapes High Tech Landscapes is excited to announce our latest development project at Rossmoor in Monroe, N.J. The contract covers lawn maintenance and snow removal at one of the largest active adult communities in the Garden State. Rossmoor spans 418 acres, and has more than 2,300 manors and 3,000 residents. Visit […]