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Below you'll find a list of all posts that have been tagged as “New Jersey”

The Comfort and Joy of Home

2021 has been a year of resilience. As we pause to reflect on where we’ve been, we can think more clearly about where we’re going. The end of the year always brings a flurry of holiday activity that too easily distracts us from the simple act of reflection. This has been another hard year. We have become reluctant masters of …

The Certainty of Giving Thanks

2021 Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving 2021 is the perfect time to pause and reflect on what we have learned in the past 18 months. As normalcy returns and the boundary lines of travel and gatherings widen, what do we see differently? What will we do differently? What positive lessons of the pandemic will we apply to our Thanksgiving celebrations this year? Have we mended …

Humble Christmas

2020 has been a year of humbling. We have been sent home to make sense of our reordered and restricted lives. We are not, as we had so often presumptuously imagined, in charge of our own destiny. And yet, Christmas still comes. While our modern American Christmas has been completely unraveled, the steady reliability of times and seasons continues. Some …

Benefits of Commercial Irrigation System

As a business owner, it can be frustrating to spend so much time handling property management issues in the midst of regular business operations. Whether it’s become a mild irritation or a major setback, you should consider hiring professional help to maintain your commercial property’s irrigation and landscaping. From firsthand experience, we’ve seen the benefits of commercial irrigation installation. It’s …

Simple Thanksgiving

2020 Thanksgiving

In a year of unpredictability, Thanksgiving may seem like an odd holiday to celebrate. Endless cancelations, disappointments, and heartbreak in 2020 have been frustrating, discouraging, and sometimes, life-changing. It is hard to give thanks in hard things. What, exactly, are we supposed to be thankful for this year?   A different Thanksgiving As we lament the loss of what we’ve …

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 …

A Prayer for COVID-19

Heavenly Father, Maker of Heaven and Earth We thank you that you know all things. We thank you that nothing surprises you. We thank you that everything that happens, even global pandemics, passes through your fatherly hands. We thank you that you alone provide for all our needs. Shelter us in the shadow of your Almighty Care. Hear our prayer, ...

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 …

Deer Control Tactics For Your NJ Property

They’re bold and hungry – and as development strips away their natural foraging areas, the landscape is a logical buffet for deer. So, they creep in. Actually, they leap over fences and parade in prancing lines looking for a snack. Those hostas? A hardy salad. The supposedly deer-resistant perennials? Maybe not the tastiest, but they’ll do. “There is a high …