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Oct 19, 2018
How god are these guys? They thought my dog might be limping so they contacted me about it after they finished my yard. AWESOME service with a smile.
Sep 24, 2018
Good communication and do good work. Will use again.
Sep 20, 2018
Does a fantastic job
Sep 15, 2018
Everything looked great. Very professional workers and they were also done quickly. Awesome company!
Aug 15, 2018
Reese, I have always recommended you and your crew to my family and friends. You have always been diligent even when crowded by scheduling or weather. My kids are always pleased when they see the results of your service. Thanks very much for a job well done, Bob
Aug 9, 2018
Thank you so much for your prompt and excellent lawn care. I have already recommended your service to my friends.
Jul 25, 2018
Yard looks much better since 409 took over. We are pleased with the service.
Jul 13, 2018
Among the many other positives about 409 is their workstaff. Every one of their employees is the type of kid you do not mind having around your house. The young men (and a young lady) are all plus-plus kids from good families who are trustworthy.
Jul 12, 2018
Awesome job as usual!
Jun 25, 2018
Excellent work and one of the truly best guys I know
Questions & Answers
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If I have a yard concern what is the best way to get in touch?
One of the ways we're able to set ourselves apart from the lawn care crowd is by staying in touch with our clients. Oddly enough this is one of the major issues with many service businesses. Clients tend to like using our Facebook Page and evaluation emails that are sent after every service in order to make sure your lawn is always up to standard. You may also call, email, or use the client portal to get in touch.
What about my gate?
It's our policy to always close gates even if they are left open when we arrive. We ask that gates be unlocked and easily accessible before we arrive on our service day. If we are unable to access the property (typically due to locked gates or wet areas) we will complete whatever remains possible and return during our next scheduled appointment.
How much does lawn care maintenance cost in Southeast Texas?
There's certainly a wide range of lawn services to choose from. A company's price often depends on how much time and money they're willing to invest in areas such as insurance, employee training, equipment, communication, convenience, schedule consistency, and service quality. Each of these can vary greatly from company to company. Also, ask if their service is focused on residential or commercial customers. While it's normal for lawn services to have both it's also likely they will be better suited for the type of customer their business is made for. Check around and see what fits you best.
Prices for our lawn service depend mainly on the square footage of the property and start at $35 for the smallest yards. If you'd like an idea of what our service would cost for you please fill out the quote form on the website or give us a call!
Are you insured?
Yes! We are insured with $300,000 of coverage. There are bad stories out there of services that cause damage and are never to be seen again. Take one more problem off your mind knowing that we come prepared.
What height will you mow my grass?
After a bit of research, it seems that 3 inches
Do you maintain flower beds?
Yes, but this is not part of the lawn service package. Anything that has a border around it and typically containing plants is considered a bed and therefore not part of the lawn. Get in touch so we can come by and quote your flower beds.
How many people will be working on my yard?
It's rare that we will have more than one or two people servicing a lawn at the same time.
Do I need to be at home when my yard is mowed?
Nope! It's all up to you. The vast majority of times we are mowing yards we do not need to interact with the client. If there is a situation where we have to get in touch we can always give you a call or send a message.
What if my yard if overgrown?
When we initially service a yard that has not have received proper attention, we find that the lawn, hedges, and driveway borders may require extra time. If this is the case there will be an additional cost for the first visit. Typically this means an extra 50% charge but will depend on the severity.
Do you mow after it rains?
There are a few variables at play here. We try to stick to our schedule as much as possible. In the event of heavy
What happens if something of mine is damaged?
If we have damaged your property please get in touch with us as soon as possible so we can be of more help to you.
How often do you make visits?
If your lawn is like most in Southeast Texas then your grass grows quite fast during the summer months. If yards are not mowed on
What if you're delayed?
Bad weather is the most typical type of delay we encounter. It's not uncommon for us to mow during light rain. If the current weather or forecast looks unsafe we will likely have to delay service and send out an email notice.
Pets & Yard Objects
If you have pets please let us know. While we are cautious about not letting anything out when we enter and closing the gate behind us, it's always best to leave pets inside on your scheduled service day.
Please remember to pick up all toys, extension cords, hoses, pet droppings, rocks, etc. the day before we mow. These objects are capable of causing damage to your property and our crew members.
When do I get billed and how do I pay?
At the end of each
Why are you so fast?
It's not because we try to skip things. All of our equipment is commercial grade allowing us to use our machines at a faster pace. We also tend to get better times after the first few visits and learning the routine.
Can I choose my mow day?
There are set days for each of our routes. If your home is near another route we can see if it's possible to switch over.
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