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Three Tips on Analyzing Your Lawn Care Estimate

A common question that people ask is how many lawn care Tips_On_How_To_Analyze_Your_Lawn_Care_Estimate.jpgestimates they should get and how they should compare them to know that they are getting the best price and value. Some people get two to three estimates, some prefer more options with four to five; the price of your lawn care estimate should fit your lawn care needs, lawn size, and budget. The amount of lawn care estimates the average home owner get is four. Now that you have the golden number, what’s next? How do you compare your estimates? Well, Weed Pro has you covered with our top three tips on analyzing your lawn care estimate!

Know the Breakdown of Your Costs

Know what is included in your estimate and how much you are being charged for each service. Common services to be included in your cost are leaf removal, mulch, fertilizer, lawn mowing, and aeration. For a breakdown of each service and their costs, click here.

Understand How You Will Be Charged For Services

Most companies charge by the square-foot, while others may have a one-price-fits-all deal which may not always work in your favor. For example, Weed Pro uses the most advanced measuring technologies to ensure you get the best possible treatment price. Based on the precise measurement we have a set fee based on the measurement.  Instead of having a one size fits all price, we only charge you for the amount of material used based on your lawns square footage.  This way you will get the most for your money.

 Know Their Reputation

You want a trustworthy and responsible lawn care company. Do your research by reviewing online reviews and the company’s social media. Another great option is reviewing the company’s blog that has industry news, lawn care advice, and reviews on other companies.

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