How to Choose Lawn Maintenance Bossier City LA

Apr 18, 13 How to Choose Lawn Maintenance Bossier City LA

It takes a lot of hard work to make a lawn thick, green and attractive. Most people and businesses just do not have the time or know-how to care for a lawn. Here are some tips on how to choose professional Lawn Maintenance Bossier City LA services.

What Services are Provided?

Before you can ask lawn care services for estimates, you need to determine just what type of services you need. Do you need partial care, such as just mowing? Do you need a full service including treating for parasites or reseeding any thin areas? Will you need additional yard work done, such as applying herbicides, mulching, fertilization, watering, aerating, pruning trees or trimming shrubs?

How Flexible Are These Services?

Some companies may want to lock you into a total lawn care service contract. This may include services you do not want, such as adding fertilizers and pesticides to your lawn. Ask if you can have exactly what you want done and nothing else. Varying from the standard contract may cost extra.

Ask for References

A good professional lawn care service will be happy to provide you with a list of references upon request. Be sure to check those references. Ask the references if they were happy with the work provided. Most people do not bother checking references and some unscrupulous people know that and use it to their advantage.

Ask If They Are Insured

Accidents happen, but you should not have to pay for them. Make sure by asking your prospective lawn care companies if they are insured. If they do not have proof of liability insurance, get another company. This will avoid potential lawsuits.

Check the Online Reputation

Before you hire any lawn service, go online and do a quick search of the company using the company name followed by the word “review.” Check with your local chapter of the Better Business Bureau to see if there are any complaints lodged against them. Lawn care services that use pesticides need to have a license. Check with the state department to see if the company is licensed to handle pesticides.

   

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