To hire a lawn dethatching service, research the lawn care companies in your area and check out the company���s reviews on independent sites such as the Better Business Bureau, Consumer Reports and Angie���s List. Ask for recommendations from neighbors or friends to find reliable providers. Get estimates from different companies, and hire a licensed company to provide the service.Continue Reading
Online customer reviews of a lawn care company let you determine whether the firm has unresolved complaints to gauge its service level. Shop around by requesting quotes based on an inspection of your lawn by a number of lawn care companies to find the estimated going rate and to score a good deal. The Better Business Bureau suggests paying more for high-quality service as opposed to settling for lower-priced options that may offer subpar service.
If your state or local authority requires licensing of lawn care providers, hire such an entity, and consider the firm���s membership in a lawn care association or active participation in your community. Such associations inform members of emergent developments in safety and methodology, ensuring their skills are up to date. Beware of long-term dethatching contracts, and if you opt for one, ensure it contains a clause that allows you to cancel the contract if the service level deteriorates.Learn more about Landscaping