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What are some of the things you should consider before hiring a lawn service company? Do you want to hire the cheapest company? What kind of experience does the company have? How long have they been in business? Are they licensed and insured? Are there employees professional and people you feel safe around? When hiring a lawn care company that has the cheapest bid there is usually a reason why they are the cheapest. Many times they do not carry the proper insurance and workers compensation to protect you if someone was to get hurt on a landscape job on your property. Also, they probably have not invested in the equipment to get the job done right.

Many neighborhoods have homeowner’s associations that charge a fee if your yard does not look good. Even if you think it looks decent, the HOA may disagree, in which case you get charged. If you do not pay, you can get a lien on your home and extra fees, so you have no choice unless you want to take the HOA to court. It is not usually worth the fight, which means you may have to be on the lookout for a few weeds out of place, or grass that is taller than the HOA would like. This depends on your specific HOA and how strict it is, but in most neighborhoods, you will have to pay a fine if you never landscape your yard.

Growing up I had a soft spot for watching what a good Blcyard Works could do for a house. Yes I know I was a weird kid, my favourite televisions shows were ‘This Old House’ and ‘The New Yankee Workshop.’ Norm Abram was like a father to me. But Norm didn’t do much outdoor landscaping; he was a carpenter after all. I think he would have been one of the best local landscaping owner/operators around, but then I’m biased. Ok, let us not get too sidetracked; let’s talk about what you are going to do with your front yard to increase your curb appeal, and the considerations you should have for keeping it looking great.

Ask your friends, co-workers, family and neighbors about their yard maintenance service. If they have thick healthy grass, neatly trimmed shrubbery and no weed growth, chances are that they are hiring professionals. Even if it’s a neighbor that you don’t know well, go over to their house and inquire. Most people will be happy to share the telephone number and name of the company. After all, every well-groomed house in the neighborhood brings up property values.

Your budget is the next most important thing to worry about. You wouldn’t to overspend on landscaping your gardens and ended up burning a large hole in your pocket with a so-so garden that do not delight you at all. Plan how much you are willing to spend and look up on the variety of plants and accessories that will meets your budget. Do not forget about the maintenance cost as well after your garden is ready.

Professional landscapers will work with you to design the lawn you want. They understand the terrain, the soil and will assist you by suggesting simple yet effective solutions that will save you a great deal of money in the long run.

Before hiring a company take all these into consideration before making a decision. Sometimes paying a little more for your lawn maintenance and landscaping is worth the piece of mind you will get from hiring a competent company.