How do you know if you’re hiring the best lawn care company in Kansas City? Knowing these 5 things will help.

Who is the best lawn care company in the Kansas City Metro?

Are you searching for a lawn care company that you can trust? Are you weighed down by the number of companies that pop up when you search the internet? Who is the best lawn care company to choose from?

To find the best lawn care company, you should answer these 5 questions.

1. Is the company locally owned?

2. Will the same person do the work each time (assuming more than one service is scheduled)

3. Do they guarantee their work in writing?

4. Are they licensed and insured?

5. Do I know anyone that uses this service?

If they aren’t locally owned, you will probably end up having your phone calls transferred to an office from another state. This slows down the process of getting your problems solved. Some of the best lawn care companies are locally owned.

If you don’t get the same person on your property each time, then no one is going to have the chance to build a relationship with you and learn all of the details of your property. The best lawn care company will have the stability of having the same person treat your lawn each time

A guarantee simplifies any dispute between you and the company. If there is no confusion, then you’ll always know what to expect. With that being said, most lawn care companies usually provide some kind of guarantee on their work. All you need to decide is which one you trust most.

Being licensed and insured is required by the state of Kansas and Missouri to apply any kind of chemical to a lawn. If it is a firm that has multiple employees, then liability and workman’s comp is required. If the company is a single owner/operator, then only liability is required.

If you know someone who uses a lawn care company, ask them if they would recommend them. The Better Business Bureau and Angie’s List are other ways to find referrals for local companies.

What kind of search criteria do you use when making a decision on whom to hire for a service or project?

 

Clint Baxter

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