About Us

It all started… 

In 2001 when our founder, Ron Roy, decided to start his own business residential home services in the Lehigh Valley. From the very beginning Ron knew that this would be a family business built on family values. As soon as they were able, Ron’s sons, Matt and Ben Roy, began to work in the business. They immediately began learning the trade skills and family values that set Ron apart. As the family grew, so did the business. Matt and Ben both went to Williamson College of the Trades for Horticulture and Landscape Design. This enabled them to bring some unique offerings back to the team. The Roys’ passion for Lawn Care and Landscaping increased each season as they continued to grow the business on the original family values. In 2007 they re-branded as Lehigh Valley Lawn, focusing their full attention onto their passion. 

Here we are today… 

Lehigh Valley Lawn has grown significantly by serving our local market and building a strong Team that upholds the Standards and Service that have become a defining feature of the company. The focus on the original values has only increased. Each new team member is trained in their individual role to be part of a unit that ultimately works with all parts of the company, creating a team that provides consistent results for their clients. 

Lehigh Valley Lawn is unique. Unique because it is an extension of who the Roy Family is. While you may not always see a “Roy” wearing the logo, what you will see is a team culture that makes Lehigh Valley Lawn a great place to work. When team members are passionate about their job, it shows in their performance. Lehigh Valley Lawn strives to teach all their team members the same key principles that Matt and Ben were taught. When those Core Values are combined with the technical training and Best Management Practices taught by Lehigh Valley Lawn, the result is truly something unique. 

Lehigh Valley Lawn’s 5 Core Values:

These Core Values are implemented into the process for each part of the company.
That process is called “The Lehigh Valley Lawn Way.”