It’s easy to have a year-round lawn care routine when you live in a warmer climate. However, if you live in an area that has long, cold winters, you have to be careful about how short to cut your grass come springtime, especially early spring when the weather is still cold. Rather than waiting for a certain date to start mowing your lawn, it’s best to wait until your grass has reached a certain length.
When the average consumer thinks of lawn equipment tools, they might think no further than lawn mowers. After all, lawn mowers are the crux of a successful lawn mowing business! As a lawn care provider, however, you may already know that lawn maintenance is so much more than just mowing a lawn. In addition to mowing lawns, your clients may have other landscaping needs, such as edging, trimming, or leaf cleanup. Keep reading to learn more about the best brands in lawn equipment.
Comprising 77 community areas and more than 100 neighborhoods, the Windy City has a ton of lawns in need of care! Since Chicago has both extremely hot and extremely cold weather patterns, timing is everything when it comes to lawn care. If you’re living in the Chicago area, here are some tips to keep in mind when it comes to maintaining your lawn.
As a lawn care customer, it’s likely that you’ll have questions about the lawn care services you receive. Even more likely, you’ll have the same questions as other homeowners who receive professional lawn care. Keeping that in mind, LawnGuru is here to answer the customer questions we hear from both our customers and service providers!
Each month we recognize a standout provider who has demonstrated excellence across the board. This December, it’s Anthony A. in Detroit!
📍 Service Area: Brighton, Howell, Northville, Novi, Pinckney, South Lyon
✔️ Background Checked
🌿 4,544 Jobs Completed
⭐ 4.91 Customer Rating
📅 Joined LawnGuru: June 2016
Q & A with Anthony:
How long have you owned your lawn business?
I’ve owned my own lawn & landscaping company for three years, but truly, I’m a jack of all trades. I can fix just about anything. Beth and I are multi-taskers so we do a little bit of everything. We consider ourselves handymen(women), craftsman, and all around contractors.
When customers complain about the poor quality of their lawn care, it’s often the lawn care provider who takes the blame. More often than not, though, it’s because there were lawn diseases present before the service even began! If you’re struggling with a lawn that just refuses to shape up, there are a few factors you should consider before trying to find a solution.
Are you a homeowner, or renter, looking for advice on lawn care in Detroit? When it comes to lawn care in Detroit and surrounding areas, not all lawns are created equal and a lot of that has to do with the region you live in. If you’re living in the Detroit or Michigan area, here are some tips to help keep your lawn thriving throughout the year.
Whether you’re just starting your lawn care business or trying to grow your existing one, it’s always a good idea to think of how to get more customers. Letting people know your business exists by utilizing advertising ideas is a great first step, but it might take some more time and effort to gain momentum when it comes to growing your customer base. Keep reading for the best ways to get lawn care customers.
Before modern and professional lawn care, people relied on cows, goats, and other grazing livestock to trim the grass. We’ve come a long way in lawn care, haven’t we? Nowadays, though, lawn mowing isn’t as simple as just cutting grass, dumping fertilizer over your lawn, and calling it a day. Lawn care providers are called professionals for a reason!
In the age of the internet, everyone is an expert. Social media, magazine articles, and DIY forums can inspire homeowners to achieve the perfect lawn. However, just like a doctor’s input is often more accurate and helpful than self-diagnosing with WebMD, sometimes it’s best to consult a lawn care professional. After all, your lawn is one of the first things people see, and we all know how important first impressions are.