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How to Choose a Lawn Care Company Lawn care companies are so plenty these days. So how do you separate tell the good from the bad and make a good choice? It won’t be such a feat but there are a few questions you have to ask and things you need to watch out for. Getting What You Pay For The old saying is still true but of course, there are exceptions to each rule. Though it may hurt pocket a bit to pick a more expensive company, it could be worth it. Check the services and lawn programs they provide. If you prefer to do your own fertilizing, that is okay. If you want to skip specific treatments, that is fine too. A reputable lawn care company must provide both individual and packaged services. Still, a high price is no assurance of quality service.
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Every lawn care company providing fertilizer applications and pest control services should have at least one expert in turf or agronomy. A lawn care company needs to be upfront about their education, licensing, the products they use, and when they use them. They have to give you a copy of the label and comply with laws on pesticide applications, local or state. Quick Yet Effective Fixes Several companies provide quick yet effective answers to your lawn care needs. Two or three people dive into the yard, string trimming, mowing, and blowing the walks very quickly, often for a nice price. Sometimes, they provide fertilization and grub control services, but as ever, you need to be sure when it comes to their credentials. Such services are just right for leaf removal in the fall, and clean-ups and mulching during spring. When choosing one of these companies, make sure to balance price with professionalism and work quality. The employees have to be polite and neat, and their truck and equipment must also be clean and reasonably new. Chemical Applications There are some prominent players in the industry of lawn care. Their trucks go around the neighborhoods through the entire year, providing homeowners with fertilizer, pesticide and herbicide application services. Laws vary from one state to another, but when it comes to chemical applications, all states require that the procedure be performed only by a licensed professional. Some areas need prior, even personal notification, while others require signage on the jobsite. Bigger companies tend not to have enough personal touch that local lawn services are known for, but in any case, you just need a service that keeps your best interests in mind. Some of them provide up to 8 applications of fertilizers or pesticides every season. That’s way too much and more likely too expensive and even unnecessary. You have to check the details. Some knowledge of a simple lawn care program will be very helpful in keeping yourself from being taken advantage of.