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How to Choose a Landscaping Company Selecting the best landscape company will need careful consideration of several factors, that at the very least must include their skills, concern and professionalism. You are seeking a company that is reputable and easy to work with so you can have an enduring relationship. But first, you need to set the parameters. What type of work do you want and what is the size of your budget? Are you just looking for someone to maintain your yard and probably add some plants here and there, or are you thinking of something more extensive? Take note that some landscapers only offer maintenance. If you want more, then find a company that has more capabilities as well as credentials. Prior to making an online prospect search, talk to your friends or neighbors who have recently hired a landscaping contractor. Referrals are still the best route. As soon as you have a number of prospects, screen them according to the following:
A 10-Point Plan for Landscaping (Without Being Overwhelmed)
Insurance
A 10-Point Plan for Landscaping (Without Being Overwhelmed)
If they do not have adequate insurance and somebody gets hurt while doing their job within your property, you could be liable. And have them show proof of insurance and that the policy is valid. Professional Affiliations If they have ties with professional associations, they are more likely to be updated on the most recent landscaping trends. Experience Know how long the contractor has been in business – the longer they have been around in the industry, the more knowledge and experience they have. License If a contractor is certified by the state, that means the service will be accountable to you, as well as to the highest legal standards. And it usually implies that the workers have passed tests, proving a higher level of education, quality of work and professionalism. Warranty Simply put, you want a contractor who will be around for you when your landscape begins to fall apart. References Call at least three references and ask them about the contractor, most importantly about whether they would consider hiring the same company again. As well, ask if there is something they would do differently if they had to work with the landscaper again. Communication Lastly, good communication right from the get go will build you a strong foundation for a long-lasting business relationship. Make sure there will be a written contract that comes with all the necessary details, complete with prices and costs. A detailed graphical layout of the project will be a good guide for you. Remember to get a quote on anything unexpected that may crop up anytime while the job is ongoing. Try to get a feel of the contractor’s processes and procedures. They should effectively communicate with you, starting from your initial inquiry all the way to the project’s successful completion.