Save time and improve the look of your home with our list of the top lawn care service providers around the Mesa area.by House Method Local Advisors -
You may fantasize about having a healthy, green lawn, but the work required to achieve that dream may intimidate you. Mesa gets higher temperatures than 98.6% of the country, which means your lawn might require even more attention during the hotter months.
Our carefully crafted list below can help you conquer your anxieties and get your lawn into its best shape ever. Keep reading for our list of the top-rated lawn care service providers in Mesa.
TruGreen, founded in 1974 under the original name ChemLawn, now operates in 48 U.S. states. The company is headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee. The company has a variety of pre-set and flexible plans that can be purchased online. All TruGreen services are performed by TruExpert℠ Certified Specialists, and their full programs are backed by their TruGreen Guarantee®.
Sunday Lawn Care uses each customer's individual soil and climate data to deliver "custom lawn nutrients, herbicides, pest control, grass seed, bare spot repair, pet spot solutions, garden fertilizer, flower bulbs, and wildflower seeds" at the appropriate times throughout the year. With Sunday, you can choose from one of three different subscription plans, all of which are customized to your individual lawn and backed by the company's Sunday guarantee.
When you need to do lawn care, if you don't want to do everything yourself you can go with either a subscription company or one of the full-service lawn care companies operating in Mesa. Taking care of your lawn on your own could be less expensive at first. However, without expert advice from a lawn care professional, you increase the chances of making mistakes that prove costly in the future.
A company like Sunday Lawn Care can help simplify the process. Companies like this will mail you a subscription package of lawn care chemicals and equipment. They do the work of figuring out what your lawn needs and when, based on your location in Arizona and the time of year. However, you will still be the one doing the manual labor.
If you would prefer to have a company take care of everything, hiring a full-service company like TruGreen is your best bet. While they may be more costly than other options, they take the lead every step of the way, from determining what needs to be done to doing the actual work.
There are a variety of different services that the lawn care companies around Mesa can provide, including:
No matter what your needs are, there is a lawn care company in Mesa that will meet them. It is in your best interest to get in touch with one or more of the companies on our list above to find just the right one for you.
During Treatments: If you've opted for a subscription company, you will be the one doing the treatments based on the provided instructions. If you've gone with a full-service company like TruGreen, their technicians will come to your home to perform services. Your company might ask that you be home the first time they come out. However, you generally do not need to be present for your lawn care technician to do treatments. The company will inform you (either electronically or in writing) which services they completed and when.
Next you will want to figure out which companies offer the specific services that you need. Many lawn care service companies in Mesa offer both fixed plans and "a la carte" options, which allow you to pick and choose only the services that you need.
After you've narrowed down your list even more, you can ask companies about free inspections and getting a service quote. An inspection can happen quickly — some companies are even able to estimate the size of your yard with GPS before they come out to your home. They can then give you an estimate based on the size of your lawn and the specific services you need.
When you're planning to hire a Mesa lawn care company, you may wonder what you should expect. Here are some things to keep in mind:
By choosing a provider from our list of the best lawn care companies in Mesa, you'll be in the hands of experts. Your Mesa lawn care technician will make sure all expectations are clear and keep you well-informed throughout the process.
The price of lawn care in Mesa may vary widely based on a number of factors. First is your lawn size. Next is the kind and number of services you need. Finally, there is the frequency with which you want services. Typically, a subscription company will be less expensive than a full-service company, but you will have to do the work yourself. It is recommended that you contact one or more of the companies from our list of Mesa's best lawn care service providers to ask for a quote.
The amount of money you're willing to spend and the amount of work you are willing to do will both have an effect on the type of lawn care that is best for you. Going with a full-service Mesa lawn care company such as TruGreen will cost the most, but also will require the least manual labor on your part. Conversely, handling everything yourself will be the least expensive, but will require the most hard work and planning. Subscription companies fall in between the other options.
Some lawn care companies specialize in specific services, while others provide a wide variety of services. To discover if a lawn care company in Mesa offers services outside of the ones typically provided, it is best to contact them directly and ask.
Some services — like tree care and edging — allow you to notice the results as soon as they are performed. With services like weed control and overseeding, you may be waiting days or weeks to see results. The amount of time it takes to see results will also vary based on the weather in your part of Arizona and the time of year.
If there is inclement weather, it may alter which services your lawn needs on a certain day, and your technician may need to cancel. When this happens, they will communicate with you as soon as possible to reschedule. Some Mesa lawn care companies also have mobile apps where you can see and change your schedule.