Wikilawn publishes comprehensive list of lawn services in Austin, Texas

An expanding knowledge portal for lawn and gardening has just released a comprehensive list of the best lawn care services in Austin, Texas.

June 14, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

An expanding knowledge portal for lawn and gardening has just released a comprehensive list of the best lawn care services in Austin, Texas. Wikilawn hopes to help locals find the best company with the cheapest yet most extensive services available.

Wikilawn is an information portal for everything lawn and garden care and maintenance. The site aims to be the world’s #1 resource for those looking to work on their outdoor spaces — from beginners to professionals.

Keeping to its mission of being the top resource for American households, the company released a list of the best and most reputable lawn care services in Austin to help consumers looking for well-cured and maintained outdoors.

“There are thousands of lawn and garden companies out there and it’s hard to find a reliable company these days. Especially on the internet. This is what WikiLawn is here for. We do the dirty work for you,” Wikilawn CEO Jake Hill, explained.

“Consumers don’t have to go through the grueling process of searching for a capable and reliable service and contacting each one. Wikilawn will do that for you. We aim to be the one stop shop for everything lawn and garden.”

Some find outdoor care expensive and unimportant. The average cost of weekly mowing for a 1/4 acre lawn in Austin, TX is $36.00. This is why 41% of home owners surveyed by Wikilawn prefer to do it on their own, while 17% have their kids do the outdoor chore.

However, landscaping, when done right, can increase a home’s value by up to 12%, particularly for homes in Austin. Homes with a well-landscaped lawn can also fetch a higher selling price when eventually sold.

Another Wikilawn survey also noted that home buyers prefer purchasing a home with sophisticated landscaping — even if it comes at a higher price tag. This proves how important lawn and garden care is.

“If your home is worth $200,000, you can earn an extra $10,000 to $25,000 for your home,” shares Jake Hill.

“On the other hand, dead trees and a dying garden can hurt your resale value. If you plan to put your home on the market, it’s important to remove any dead trees and revive your lawn.”

“Austin is a pretty cool city, but it’s also really hot. A professional service could help figure out how best to handle your home, and create a detailed plan exclusive to a consumer’s home. But only a qualified and experienced lawn service can provide this.”

Aside from Austin, Wikilawn also offers a list of the best lawn and garden services for other U.S. cities and states, including Florida, Washington DC, Denver, New Orleans, and Phoenix. The site also offers tips on how to take care of outdoor lots regardless of the budget, the type of lawn, and the season.

To learn more about outdoor lawn and gardening maintenance, visit wikilawn.com.

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