What isn’t tricky is the value Americans place on professional landscaping services, with most people saying it’s important their yards are well-maintained, according to a survey conducted by the National Association of Landscape Professionals.
Among the 2,034 U.S. adults surveyed, 67 percent agree that professional landscape help would allow them to have a nicer yard.
“Our members dedicate their lives to helping homeowners keep their yards and outdoor spaces healthy and inviting,” says the organization’s CEO Sabeena Hickman. “The survey results show how deeply Americans value their yards and value professional help to maintain it.”
Knowing you need a landscaper is a good starting point. Figuring out how to select the right one for the job is the next step.
Before asking potential landscapers questions about your project, you should probably ask yourself some first.
If you’re solely interested in a healthy lawn and don’t require additional landscape services, it may be best to seek a company specializing in residential lawn services.