Lawn Care Services
We started this site in order to provide people with a centralized source of information and the ability to obtain a source of reliable vendors who can assist in bringing your lawn and landscaping to it's fullest potential for beautification! The best recourse when it comes to hiring a service, is to be knowledgeable and informed prior to making a decision. This allows you to make an educated decision based on what you specifically need for maximizing both your value and your property's potential.
When it comes to hiring outside companies to work on your house and land, you're playing the odds a bit. Odds are, that lawn care service companies generally mean to provide great, reliable service to you. We've found that the fraudulent companies out there generally don't last long, as word of mouth is strong in this day and age. With social networking and the advent of the internet/smart-phones/tablets... word gets around really quick! So, while you're going to want to do your research and make a knowledgeable decision... it's still easy to ask around so you can broaden your sources of information. With whoever you might find, chances are good that you'll find people with both rave reviews and horror stories alike.

You'll be glad to know, however, that we've done some of the legwork for you and assembled a great source of information for a great many areas. You can be sure that the information relayed here is reliable and hopefully helpful to you in your quest for the perfect lawn and landscaping!
If you're in the market for lawn care services, no matter the city or town you live in, you're going to want to have some questions to ask your prospective hire. These questions will give you a good idea of how they operate their business, and also the level of protection you will get in the likelihood of something going awry.

Does your company provide workman's compensation insurance for your employees?
You are making yourself vulnerable to unwanted liability if the prospective Lawn Care company does not have workman's comp. If one of their employees gets hurt on your property, and they don't have workman's compensation insurance, you become liable by default. No one wants to expose themselves to potential lawsuits. So, you're going to want to be sure whomever you hire has insurance.

Are the plants you will "install" for me grown locally?
In order to maximize the chance that your investment will grow strong and fast, you'll want to be sure what they are planting is grown locally. Plants and shrubs don't always do well when they're moved to a climate and soil with a composition that differs greatly from where they were seedlings.

Do you employ your workers directly? Or, do you use subcontracted workers?
This is an important question to ask because you want to be sure that your hire will be able finish your project. A company with their "own" employees will likely have the resources to finish, reliance on subcontractors can manifest an unreliable business at times... as there's less of a tie between employee and employer.