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Our Company’s Experiences with COVID-19

Horizon President Michael Kukol

It is time for New Jersey and the country to open!  We need to go back to living our lives. We at Horizon Landscape closed for the two weeks when our governor required the state to shut down. I myself contracted the virus, testing positive the week prior to the shutdown. But since that two-week mandatory shutdown, our company has …

New Vision for your property

Creative Outdoor Living The new year rolls in with resolutions for hope-filled futures. Hanging brand-new calendars with 12 sheets of clean, empty grids inevitably makes us think about new beginnings. It is human nature to want to start over. To have new vision. To try new things. To make changes. While many resolutions are hard to keep, improving your landscape doesn’t have to ...

Hope for Christmas

As the calendar draws us closer to December 25th, many of us are feeling the Christmas crunch. Shopping, baking, cleaning, cooking, parties, concerts, and travel cram our schedules. Our brains are on Christmas-overload. One thing we can all agree on, Christmastime is b-u-s-y. Buying the perfect gift, gathering with family and friends, and enjoying the holiday atmosphere bring us joy …

Industry Leader in Landscape and Commercial Snow Services

Horizon Landscape Company

A dedicated leader in the Landscape and Commercial Snow Industry Mike Kukol has spent more than 40 years learning and growing Horizon Landscape Company in Wyckoff, New Jersey. He is a firm believer that continuous learning is the key to success — even if you’ve been in the industry for more than 40 years. Kukol spoke with Snow Business at length …

Giving Thanks

Giving Thanks - Thanksgiving

Autumn is the fulfillment of the seasons. It brings warm sweaters, falling leaves, and completed harvest. After the fruits of summer fade, autumn bursts with ample greens and bountiful gourds. This natural nourishment sustains our bodies as we are utterly dependent on the land. Yet we are so far removed from our food source that we fail to appreciate the …