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Benchmark Landscapes LLC

1814 W Howard Lane

Austin, Texas 78728

United States

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Benchmark Landscapes, LLC was founded in 2002 by Casey Vickrey. From the beginning, it was his vision to assemble a team of commercial landscaping professionals dedicated to excellence and outstanding customer service. Casey's years on the family farm, in ... more

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Casey Vickrey, the owner of Benchmark Landscapes, switched to propane six years ago in all five of his locations across t ...


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Casey Vickrey, the owner of Benchmark Landscapes, switched to propane six years ago in all five of his locations across the state.

Vickery says there was a higher upfront cost, but within nine months he made the money back. The savings come from the lower cost of propane and the less frequent oil changes and maintenance required of propane mowers. "Our savings will range from $6 per day per mower up to $16 per day," Vickrey said.


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Benchmark Landscapes, LLC was founded in 2002 by Casey Vickrey. From the beginning, it was his vision to assemble a team of commercial landscaping professionals dedicated to excellence and outstanding customer service.


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"There is an average of 5.5 to 6 gallons of propane a day used per mower," said Casey Vickrey of Benchmark Landscapes, which services Austin, San Antonio, and other surrounding cities and will soon expand to Houston. He spoke to BPN in early August and noted every time of year is a little different when it comes to cost savings. Usually this time of year he sees about $1 per gallon savings.

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Vickrey of Benchmark Landscapes has seen no difference in efficiency between the propane and gasoline engines. But he noted the propane engines run cleaner, have fewer maintenance problems than gasoline models, and his equipment has averaged about one extra year of service time over gasoline models.
"We don't have to change the oil as often, so you have some service benefits from it," Vickrey noted.
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"Once we open a new location or new branch or move to a new city, Pinnacle goes to the city, gets all the appropriate permits, installs the new fueling station, and Benchmark puts in all the crash barriers and gets the electrical work completed," Vickrey explained. Moving to propane has also eliminated employee theft of gasoline for use in their personal vehicles.
Vickrey likes that his company is contributing to a cleaner environment by using propane, but he says that is just an added perk.


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When Benchmark was founded by Casey Vickrey in 2002, it was created with a vision to provide the best landscaping design, construction and maintenance in the business.

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