We specialize in lawn care in Flint, TX (mowing, edging, weed eating and cleanup). We limit the scope of services we offer and the areas around Flint, TX that we service. We do not offer any other services. This helps us provide you with the best lawn care services in Flint TX at a very competitive rate!
We strive to give you an great experience with your lawn care needs without the problems or hassles of dealing with less experienced companies. We use the latest billing and scheduling software to ensure your lawn service is always scheduled on the same day each visit, any other work is done when scheduled and as requested. Our customers love our credit card on file billing. This saves you time. No need to write a check or get cash each visit. A paid invoice is delivered to you accurately and on time.
We will also be there to address your questions or concerns (by phone or email) in a timely and courteous manner, without you having to make numerous calls or requests. We use all commercial grade equipment, and we service it weekly to ensure you get the highest quality lawn maintenance every time.
Our lawn care business is built upon quality service and satisfied customers. We strive to be the best lawn care service provider in the Flint area. We invite you to check out our online reviews from real customers, our social media pages and examples of our work.
No One time Services
Because of scheduling & availability constraints we do not currently offer one time mowing. We have found that limiting the number of one time services performed allows us to deliver a more reliable and higher quality service.
Thank you for visiting our website. If you live in the Flint, TX area and need one of our services, please fill out our online quote form or give us a call for your free quote. We will try and provide you with a quote in 24 to 48 hours. All of us at ET Lawn Care in Flint, TX look forward to providing you with affordable, worry-free maintenance for your lawn.
Flint is an unincorporated community in southeastern Smith County, Texas, United States. It lies along FM 2493 south of the city of Tyler, the county seat of Smith County. Its elevation is 522 feet (159 m). Although Flint is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 75762. Source: Wikipedia Flint, TX
FLINT, TX.Flint, at the junction of Farm roads 2868, 346, and 2493, four miles north of Bullard in Smith County, was originally part of the Tomás Quevedo survey. The site, named for local landowner Robert P. Flynt, became a stop on the Kansas and Gulf Short Line Railroad in 1882. The post office began operations in 1887 as Flint, when postmaster Charles B. Brown misspelled the name on application forms. Robert Flynt succeeded him the next year. In 1890 the settlement had a general store, three cotton gins, a physician, and a population of twenty-five. In 1892 the Etna Methodist Church was moved there. By 1902 some 100 local families were engaged in truck farming. That year they shipped eighty-five railroad cars of tomatoes, as well as large amounts of cabbage, cantaloupes, and peaches. The town supported a blacksmith shop, a telephone exchange, a telegraph service, and the C. B. Rather and A. M. Campbell mercantile companies. The local gin and gristmill shipped 750 to 1,000 bales of cotton each year. Flint also had Methodist and Baptist churches. Records for 1903 showed two schools, one with three teachers and 147 White students and the other with two teachers and eighty-one Black students. www.east-texas.com/flint-texas.htm
By 1914 local farmers shipped record amounts of nursery stock, fruit, and tomatoes from Flint. That year the population peaked at 450. The town had six general stores, a bank, and a newspaper, the Flint Weekly Reader. During the 1920s the original frame school building was torn down and replaced with a two-story brick structure where six teachers taught grades one through ten. There were five businesses, a physician, and a justice of the peace court. By 1925 the population had stabilized at 200.
In 1936 a Flint school with seven teachers had 203 White pupils, and a two-teacher facility had fifty-one Black students. The Great Depression greatly injured the business of the area. After 1950 the population remained around 150. By 1952 the Flint Independent School District had been established, but it was later consolidated into the Tyler Independent School District. Maps showed two churches and a cemetery at Flint in 1973, when the old school was in use as a community center. In 1989 an incredible thirty-seven businesses and a post office were reported. In 1990 the population was still recorded as 150, but in 2000 it had increased to 700. Flint, TX (tshaonline.org)
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