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Landscaped-propertyWhen it comes to choosing a landscaping contractor, many homeowners don’t know where to start. Try asking companies lots of questions in order to find the right fit.

Do your research

The landscaper’s experience

Qualified businesses will usually be able to give you a detailed history of their company and past work. Their websites are professional and offer testimonials from past clients.

The company’s portfolio

Similarly, don’t hesitate to ask to see their portfolio. Legitimate companies are proud of their projects and will be happy to show them off. Pay attention to style and the manner in which the work was carried out as a company’s past projects are usually a good indicator of what to expect on your property.

Make sure the company has the required credentials

Insurance and professional certifications

It is very important to make sure that any company you hire has the professional insurance required to carry out the desired work. Also look for credentials that strengthen their professional credibility.

Municipal permits

Depending on the work to be done, your municipality may require a permit. If this is the case, you will need to make arrangements with the contractor to figure out which of you will be responsible for obtaining the permit.

The guarantee on landscaping services

A reliable landscaping company will guarantee its services. You have the right to expect the company to come repair its work in the event of a problem. Nevertheless, be sure to check before hiring!

Meeting deadlines and final clean-up

Don’t hesitate to ask a company about its ability to meet set deadlines. You might otherwise be disappointed as many companies may be less reliable in this respect. Moreover, it is always best to ask about the post-work clean-up provided by the landscaper. Look for companies that have clearly established and detailed routines to avoid unpleasant surprises.

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