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Husband and wife team Allen and Renata Clark are long-time Chattanooga residents. At their new Lawn Doctor franchise, Allen runs the field operations, and Renata handles office duties.

It’d be a challenge to find people more knowledgeable about the area! Allen has lived in Chattanooga all his life; his father grew up there (and lives in his parents’ former home) while Renata has been a resident for 27 years.

Previously, Allen worked as a Structural Engineer for 7 years and then as a General Contractor for 18. Renata was in pharmaceutical sales and is a registered nurse.

Camping, hiking, canoeing, fishing and hunting are among their many outdoor interests. When the weather is good, they enjoy having cookouts with friends.

Allen and Renata learned about Lawn Doctor at a franchise show in Chattanooga, where several franchises were being showcased – Lawn Doctor was their favorite! The presenter was knowledgeable and the product was attractive, and for Allen especially, to work outdoors was ideal. “After working in a construction office for 18 years, the idea of working outside to make lawns more attractive seemed wonderful,” says Allen.

Their goal is to have the best customer service around, and to create beautiful lawns that their customers can be proud of.  Lawn Doctor of Chattanooga services Apison, Cleveland, Harrison, McDonald, Ooltewah, Hixson, Signal Mountain, and Chattanooga. Their services include lawn care and maintenance, and shrub care.

The Clarks can’t say enough about their hometown! “Chattanooga is a beautiful scenic area with mountains, and the Tennessee River running between them,” says Renata. “What we love about the city is that it is big enough to get what you need, but not too big to feel crowded.”

“We have plenty of good restaurants and downtown activities,” added Allen. “Most places that you go in town, you will know someone somehow.”

Contact Lawn Doctor of Chattanooga at (423) 708-7900, email or click here to get your free quote for lawn care services near you today!

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