A Touch of Class
A Touch of Class
1011 Strawbridge Road
Northumberland, PA 17857
"We Furnish Your Outdoor Living Space."
A Touch of Class Landscapes & Floral was founded in 1995 by W. James Kadryna Jr. and serves a tri-county area in Central Pennsylvania. We are a full-service design and installation landscape company with our own nursery, garden center, aquatics center, and in-ground swimming pool division. We are located in Northumberland on Strawbridge Road across from Nottingham Village Nursing Home. We are fully Insured and Licensed.
Some of our Services include: Computer Visual Landscape Designs, Year Round Maintenance Plans, Lawn Irrigation Systems, Water Garden and Swimming Pool Installation & Maintenance, Retaining Walls, Patios, Walkways, and Decks, Outdoor Lighting Systems, Interior Plantscape Installation and Maintenance, Exterior and Interior Holiday Decorating.
You may reach A Touch of class Landscapes at 570-473-9767, Winter Hours are Monday thru Friday - 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM and Summer Hour are Monday thru Friday - 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM.
A Touch of Class Landscapes was founded in 1995 by W. James (Jim) Kadryna. Jim has a BS in Landscape Technology Management, as well as degrees in Floral Design, Landscape Nursery Management, and Interior Plantscapes from Penn College of Technology.
We are members of PLNA (Pennsylvania Landscape & Nurserymen's Association). We are certified local dealers and installers for several companies, including: EP Henry, Stonewall Select, Hanover Architectural Products, Jerith Fence, Aquatic Concepts, Cardinal, and FOXXX Pools.
In 2001, Jim designed and built the National Award Winning Entry for the Susquehanna Valley Mall project "Wings of Wonder" - a Live Butterfly Aviary where he developed a community educational hands-on display, a television promotional with K-Communications, worked with local schools, and presented workshops & tours. Previously he designed the realistic landscaping for the "Dinomation" display at the Susquehanna Valley Mall.
Jim did a promotional video for "Penn College & You - Small Business Startups" through the Susquehanna Communication Network and Tom Spicer, Broadcast Media Specialist. He has been a guest speaker for service organization, the Penn State Home Gardeners School and various local garden clubs. Jim is a member of the Sunbury Rotary Club and is married to Nikki Sechrist Kadryna, PAC.