Guided by a commitment to community service, BruCrew seeks to provide Shenandoah Valley residents with a capable, responsible, and hardworking student-led workforce
5 Things You’ll Love About BruCrew
- BruCrew is flexible! Need 2 hours of gutter cleaning and window washing before an event? Weekly mowing while on vacation? A quote to weed, edge, and mulch the beds around your home? Email us! Or perhaps you want to get to know a BruCrew worker and have them come weekly to tackle the weeding and garden work that seems to take over. You are welcome to join the many happy clients who do just that.
- BruCrew is more than hired labor! We want to get to know you while providing quality work. All BruCrew workers are dedicated to building relationships and engaging with their community. Regular workers volunteer around Harrisonburg each month and we charge a price that we believe is both affordable to clients while providing reasonable pay for workers.
- BruCrew keeps environmental impact small! BruCrew does not own large trucks or trailers. This comes from our desire to keep costs low for both you and us while also providing the opportunity to bike to projects when possible. No new materials are extracted or emissions released from the creation/assembly of new tools because BruCrew is using equipment and tools that have already been created and purchased.
- BruCrew fills a niche! BruCrew is not the 12-year-old neighbor kid on your block, but we also don’t claim to be any sort of professional landscape or painting company. We are hard working college students who provide quality work at a fair price. For homeowners, there are lots of odd jobs and to-do lists that need to be tackled. You may not need a professional landscape crew (who likely will not be able to do everything small on your list) nor do you trust little Jimmy down the street with an edger and mulch. BruCrew offers you quality and thorough work at a reasonable rate, and the flexibility to get many projects done within a single visit.
5. BruCrew is an investment in community! Think of us as your community supported work force. The new, sustainable economy is becoming less and less about big box stores, faceless products, and labor without interaction. We see the future economy to be more about local relationships and community accountability. We see our work as an excellent platform to educate and be educated, to build connections and work hard, and to help pay for our schooling and costs of living in the wonderful Shenandoah Valley. Thanks for being a part of this adventure.