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After 40 years; Owners Pass Torch at Limbach's Landscaping

(Left to right) Dr. Allison Adam's of Adams Dental, Georgeanne and George Limbach, Maoyor Bob Conely, Pete and Emily Houghton, John Morris

MADISON, NJ- After 40 years, George and Georgeanne Limbach have decided to pass the torch to new owners Pete and Emily Houghton.

"We wouldn't have done it if it wasn't these two," shared Limbach.  "We absolutely think the world of them. We love them.  George and I want people to know we would not have done this if that was not the case."

Pete Houghton, the new owner, is likely to be a familiar face he was previously the supervisor at The Farm at Green Village.  He brings over 14 years of horticultural experience to the company.  

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"We think that he is the perfect person to lead Limbach's Landscaping into the future and continue to build upon the foundation that we have worked so hard to create and maintain for almost 40 years," shared Limbach.

In speaking with Pete and Emily it is very apparent that they are most focused on maintaining the very high personal experience and quality workmanship customers have come to expect from Limbach's, however they are also very excited to grow the company and put some personal touches into the business.

"I am excited to fill these very big shoes. We look forward to continuing the legacy the Limbachs have established over close to forty years," said Houghton.

His wife Emily who grew up in Madison added, "It is so wonderful to be back in Madison. My whole childhood was spent here, from Torey J all the way through MHS and I am so happy to be back in town.  Pete and I feel a very warm welcome and very much at home in Madison."

Don't be surprised to see George, still around at Limbach's.  He will remain with the company in a support and consulting role to ensure a smooth transition. 
Limbach's has earned a reputation as one of the area’s premier landscape companies offering a wide variety of professional landscape services, ranging from landscape design to installation. They work in all phases of landscaping including; planting, patios, walkways, retaining walls, custom decking, and landscape lighting.
"We want to thank our customers so much for all the well wishes and support.  We are very grateful to our loyal customers in the community, who have welcomed us to their lives and homes. We treasure our relationships with them and very much look forward to continuing it for many years to come," added Limbach.


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