Video: Is It Time to Hire a Lawn Care Company?

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PAT PIASECKI

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NEED LIST OF LANDSCAPING CONTRACTORS

Beverly

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I agree, this is useless. Give us all a professional landscaper list.

Bruno

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Beware of large fert companies. They hire people who can't even speak english, much less possess certification. They are "spreader pushers", not professionals. Ask if your applicator knows what he's doing, not just his boss. Otherwise, you'll get the same stuff put on at the same time as other lawns, which may often not be appropriate.

Lorraine Brewer

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Video was not helpful

r2ns

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What a waste of space!
I needed info...at least now I know where "NOT" to look..

John

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This was the first thing I did on the site after subscribing, and I'm afraid that I have to agree with most of the posts here... 1 minute of "overview" does not answer the question "How do I hire a lawn care company". I learned nothing practical that I can take to my search.

rcm

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Do I have to be a member to check whom I should hire?

Joan

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Please give names of reputable companies that I could hire. This was absolutely useless information.

charlee

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I agree...what was the purpose of this video? I am interested in hiring a lawn service provider for the first time and have no idea where to start. I'm not sure what, if any "chemicals" I want to put on my lawn which is NOT the title of this video. This absolutely does not answer the question of "How to hire a lawn care company". It is simply an advertisement.

Robert

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Yes, this was not helpful in the slightest.

victoria

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What was the purpose of this. I need someone to rake, trim bushes, edge lawn,clean up garden, trim bushes. i'm not interested in chemicals. my last guy charged me over $300 and that is absurd.

Vonnie

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Title is misleading. Better info on hiring a co. to spray chemicals such as does he need to leave any paperwork with you, explain the dangers of the chemicals he uses, mark the lawn where he sprays, what i.d. does he need to show that ensures he is licensed? What other questions should he be asked?

Rick

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So what was the purpose of this video? This offered absolutely no help. Was this suppose to be an advertising stint for Franco Landscaping?

Ray

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This was absolutely no help what so ever.

Dennis

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This was no help at all. I'm looking for a person to care for my 91 year old mother's lawn. She can't do any of the work herself.

Sara

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Small yards are a problem. Not enough money, I guess. Suggestions please!

Angela

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We have severe draught damage, so this year we used Angie's List to find a good lawn care company. Wish us luck!

Jim

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Thanks for the video...I had no idea where to start.

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