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$ 200
Apr 2008
Holbrook, NY
Spring cleanup service for my whole yard  more... close row
$ 100
Apr 2008
Bellingham, WA
Weekly maintenance and monitoring of landscaping  more... close row
$ 100
Apr 2008
Livonia MI
Price for a Month of Lawn Care  more... close row
$ 75
Apr 2008
Amarillo, TX
Thatching aerating fertilizing and mowing lawn  more... close row
$ 160
Apr 2008
Ashland, Kentucky
Landscaping service does all the hard work  more... close row
$ 1250
Apr 2008
Cockeysville, MD
Various landscaping services  more... close row
$ 36
May 2008
Brighton, Michigan
Landscaping service makes yard look great  more... close row
$ 500
Apr 2008
Angola, IN
Hiring a crew to mulch for 5 hours  more... close row
$ 30
Apr 2008
Holbrook, New York
Lawnmowing and general yard cleanup on a weekly basis  more... close row
$ 45
Mar 2008
Long Beach, Ca
Twice a month lawn mowing and landscaping  more... close row
$ 80
Apr 2008
Rainbow City, AL
Twice a year landscaping service  more... close row
$ 50
Apr 2008
Warren, AR
Garden upkeep with good service  more... close row
$ 0
Oct 2010
City, State
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$ 200
Aug 2007
Akron, OH
Lawn care service  more... close row

Description of service

Lawn care service: they reviewed our lawn to see what care was needed, and fertilized it, aerated it, seeded it, and otherwise treated it as needed.

Review of Service

This was a mixed bag, and it was partly my fault. The tech visited as scheduled, and at least to some extent customized the care to our lawn; after all, if there are bare patches, it's obvious that some seeding is needed. He (and it was always he) left a note each time saying what he saw, what he did, and what we needed to do to make it effective - and that's where it kind of broke down. We didn't really water our lawn enough and otherwise treat it in a manner that would help the treatments work. Also, the weather failed to cooperate.


I'd recommend several things to someone considering a lawn care service. First, shop around; we took the one that advertised most, and I think we'd have been better off to go with a local service that would have done more of the follow up care itself. Second, follow through; we didn't, and our embarrassing lawn is a testament to our laziness! Finally, read the contract. We decided not to continue this year, so we didn't bother to re-engage the service. It turns out that the contract automatically renews, so we had to cancel after a single wasted $40 service (not included in the total above). So, caveat emptor!