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MTG Outdoor Services ready to assist any project

June 30, 2020 by Brett LaBore

As someone who grew up spending weekends and summers at his cabin up north, Michael Guild knows: When you get to the lake, you don’t want to rake (or mow, or shovel, or weed flower beds).

Enter MTG Outdoor Services. Based out of Mercer and servicing the Northwoods, MTG can help you make the most of your vacation through a number of ways — lawn care, landscaping, leaf removal and snow removal. 

When it comes to landscaping, MGT can do a number of designs — flagstone, field stone, patios, retaining walls, flower gardens and flower basket plantings. As the summer season transitions, so does MGT’s services: snow removal.

“Planting the roots of my business up north is a dream come true,” owner Mike Guild said. “My dad was raised up in this area, and my grandparents owned a resort on Wilson Lake. I always knew I’d end up here, too.”

And he’s in good company. MTG is a family owned business. Guild’s fiancé, Heather, oversees the garden design projects, while son Kyler has earned the title of CSO (Chief Shovel Operator). Mike and Heather gave birth to baby Maverick last September, and he is eager to join the ranks.

“We’re all incredibly busy people,” Guild said. “I take a lot of pride in knowing that by providing these services, I am really providing my customers with something we all need more of these days — time to rest, relax, recoup and enjoy their beautiful home.”

Combing his experiences working on large-scale projects in the Twin Cities and his avid love and appreciation for the outdoors and slower side of life, Guild offers a well-rounded approach that caters to specific needs.

Spring, summer, winter or fall, MTG is here to help. Their motto couldn’t summarize it any better — “We Work; You Play.”

Brett LaBore may be reached at [email protected] or [email protected]

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