President and owner, Andrew Christiansen, is always accessible and eager to meet his customer’s needs. As a resident of Central Indiana, Andrew is in close proximity to many of his properties and projects. All inquiries and service needs are directly handled by Andrew and his team with diligence and professionalism.
Andrew has been actively involved in the landscaping and project maintenance industry for over eight years, and is a holder of an Indiana Real Estate License. Andrew attended Cathedral High School in Indianapolis, Indiana and Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. In 2003, he entered the industry with a Pre-Law and Business degree to supplement his passion and experiences.
Aside from Turfdogs Lawn and Landscape, Andrew also owns and operates Puma Cub Properties. In addition to his daily administrative duties, Andrew loves spending time with his two children, traveling, planning social events, and engineering new business endeavors and company expansions.
Superintendent of Athletic fields , Kory Seitz has been involved in field maintenance practically since birth. As the son of a high school baseball coach/athletic director he grew up on fields and feels completely at home when working on one. With his exposure to athletic fields within school districts he understands the need for good quality work that can fit within a limited budget that many schools have to deal with. He is always accessible to his customers to make sure any question or need is met.
Kory is a 1996 graduate of Hamilton Southeastern High School where he was a 3 sport varsity athlete. He continued his baseball career and Indiana University in Bloomington, IN. where he was a letter winner and graduated in 2000. Aside from his position with Turfdogs, he is also the Managing Broker for Puma Cub Properties.
Kory and his wife Heather have 3 kids: Kameron (8) and twins Karson and Haleigh (5). They enjoy their free time as a family and always look forward to family vacations. They are members of Northview church where they’ve helped with the launch of a satellite campus in Fishers, IN.