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In days past, the best way to find a lawn care professional to service your lawn was to pull out the yellow pages and look up someone in your area or simply just choose a lawn service company that sounded good. LawnStarter has simplified the process and made it better. The process is now completely automated through our website from arranging for someone to come out and mow your yard to paying for the service. We also have friendly customer service experts on-hand to help you with every step of the process. With Lawnstarter, you can rest assured that you're only getting the top-rated lawn service professionals. We bring you the top-rated lawn care services in your area.
With LawnStarter, you can rest assured you're getting the best. All pros must pass screening and maintain high ratings, ensuring you recieve the highest quality service possible.
#1 Daniel Knight
The landscaping business is hard work; not just because mowing lawns is hard, but because of the competition and lack of good scheduling tools. If you're looking for the best lawn mowing Dallas has, look no further. LawnStarter has been instrumental in solving these problems, and I am proud to call myself a LawnStarter Certified Professional.
#2 James Green
I paid my way through college with my lawn care business, and after graduating with an accounting degree I suited up and went to work in a nice air conditioned office. Two months later I realized it wasn\'t for me, so I dusted off my landscaping equipment and went into business for myself.
#3 Julius Colonel
Onpoint Lawn Service,LLC
LawnStarter has been a great platform for my company. They've been able to pull in customers that we wouldn't have had the opportunity to get.
#4 Brandon Fischer
Greencut Landscape & Lawn
New customer acquisition isn't always easy, so LawnStarter has really helped us expand. Being able to focus on a customers lawn and not having to worry about all the logistics has been amazing.
#5 Frederick J. Sexton
Fred and Son
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The term “lawn” as we know it today dates back to the 17th century in modern France, where aristocrats had large lawns mostly maintained by cattle. Modern day yard and lawn culture began in the mid-20th century following World War II, coinciding with the boom in subdivisions (defined neighborhoods and suburban living) in the 1940s and 50s.
Even though lawn mowing is by far the most common lawn care practice, it's seldomly done correctly. This chapter will go over best practices such as how often to mow, how high to cut your grass, and what type of mower to use.
Over time your soil becomes compacted, making it difficult for your grass roots to recieve nutrients, air and water. Fortunately, the annual lawn care practive of aeration helps solve this problem.
No matter how well you care for your grass, over time some blades are going to die. Overseeding is a once-annual lawn care practice that allows you to plant new grass, crowding out weeds and keeping your lawn strong and healthy.
Planting a new yard and wondering what grass type is right for you? This chapter will give you a rundown of the popular grass types as well as which ones are best for your region.
Did you know that in the US, over $74 billion is spent on lawn care annually? This page contains statistics about the U.S. lawn care industry that were compiled by LawnStarter. Statistics on this page will be updated as we receive new data.