Eastern Turf Maintenance Lawn Care

Posted July 6, 2016

Eastern Turf MaintenanceEastern Turf Maintenance is a year-round landscaping company operating out of eastern North Carolina.

Brad Sutton founded the company in 2000 after 20 years of experience working with other firms. The reputation of Eastern Turf Maintenance grew quickly and now they are relied upon by many of the region's largest schools and universities, including North Carolina State University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and East Carolina University.

CBC Digital Elements CBC Digital Elements The business has three main areas of service it provides: lawn care services, tree and shrub services, and athletic turf services. Eastern Turf Maintenance uses these services to help homeowners and businesses create beautiful landscapes that they will be proud to use, display and enjoy. This process involves understanding the client's vision for their property, and using the rights seeds, tools and processes to get the job done.

This area of the country is considered a "transition zone" between warm and cool season grasses so there are many options depending on the client’s needs. Eastern Turf Maintenance is licensed by the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and has the knowledge and training to know which fertilizers, seeds, and herbicides to use in this unique region.

In the Triangle area, fescue is the most common grass used, as it's thick and resilient, but for eastern clients seeds that are more adaptable to the coastal environment are used.

With offices both in the Triangle area and the eastern region, Eastern Turf Maintenance has a wide service area and clients from the coast to the Piedmont. The Triangle office is in south Raleigh off of Tryon Road and the eastern office is in New Bern near the Coastal Carolina Airport.

Being trusted by many of the region's largest universities and many other residential and commercial clients, Eastern Turf Maintenance has established itself as a trusted name in North Carolina landscaping.


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