CREEKSIDE IS AN AUTHORIZED UNILOCK CONTRACTOR AND IS ICPI CERTIFIED.
A Reputation of Distinction:
For over 15 years running Creekside has earned a reputation of distinction by designing and creating stunning outdoor living spaces, landscape enhancements and providing superior outdoor services for our many satisfied clients throughout Northwest Indiana and Chicagoland. As a full-service landscape company for both residential and commercial properties, we are committed to focusing on your dreams and bringing them to fruition while surpassing your expectations.
We exist to provide enjoyable outdoor experiences and ease of life for every client through premium landscape services.
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ABOUT OUR PRESIDENT: MIKE ARNOLD
What began with a young man passing out handmade business cards to neighbors in hopes of finding a few lawns to mow has turned into a full-blown passion to create and maintain stunning outdoor living spaces. Since 2008, Mike has been serving as president of Creekside Outdoor Living and enjoys being involved in projects from concept to completion by overseeing daily construction operations.
Mike’s passion is to develop relationships that last a lifetime. He pursues this goal through his role with Creekside with their many employees and clients, but also by serving as a chaplain in NASCAR's Canadian national touring series (www.nascar.ca). Whether he’s at home in Chicagoland or traveling from Alberta to Nova Scotia as a chaplain, Mike’s goal in all his relationships is to move people one step closer to Jesus Christ.
Click to view article from NASCAR interviewing Mike.
His life mantra is "The chief end of man is to glorify God by enjoying Him forever."
Click to listen to interview of Mike talking about Creating Culture.
Interesting Facts About Mike:
PASSIONS Making Christ known, riding dirt bikes, weightlifting and reading a good theology book.
WHERE’S MIKE? At home in the Chicagoland area, surfing in Southern California, or in Canada.
PET PEEVES Unprofessional contractors, poorly constructed projects, waste/inefficiency, and technology malfunctions.