Rosie's Lawn And Landscaping

Rosie's Lawn And Landscaping

5.0 (1)
2 employees
3 years in business

About this pro

Our service as a landscaping buissness stands out because we work for the general public and contract sites. We work hard. The job sites are always cleaned thuroughly after we have finished our job. We can and will negotiate prices for our customers and if possible beat the competitors price! We operate all year. We do mow lawns, edge, trim, weed eat, clear brush,debris, bush, tree removal ,post setting,fencing, snow shoveling, plowing and salting. If I failed to mention a job that you need done proffessonably;  give us a call. Our crew is punctual, friendly, professional and are driven to make your exterior lawn suited for your requests at reasonable pricing. We also offer rebates for our customers who refer us to new clients. Yards can be big or small. We will trim them all!

The satisfaction of seeing the fruits of my labor is beautiful experience. I can take a step back and see my work has turned weeds into something of value. Onlookers will not be pained by an unkept yard. The owner can also have a sense of accomplishment with them knowing that their chore is finished. Their property is routinely kept to be presentable and clean. Your yard will be ready for any city inspection, family BBQs and the kids will love to play in well well kept yard.

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Credentials

Dayton, OH 45403
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1 Review

5.0

  • Dana Deck

    How professional and nice they are And they do beautiful work



FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

Constructive listening to our new clients helps us get an understanding of how they want the work finished and their expected results.We realize some people can't afford their grass to be mowed at the set standard rates by the lawn companies. We can do small jobs, large jobs and do our absolute best to get you the most affordable prices.  We make sure to Clean our job sites when we are finished. A new customer is just as important to us as a contracted customer. I say that because every customer should be treated with respect, integrity and kindness. We would like to keep our new customers and network with any new prospects to our business. Keeping our customers happy is very important to us .We work in a lot of close net communities and hope our hard work will appreciated and referred to another member in the community. Plus who can pass up discounts for referring us to someone new !


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

My father worked for the city and owned his own he improvement buissness. I started learning things about landscaping at a very young age. At the age of 13 I had my own seasonal buissness cutting the communities yard at affordable rates. I was known for my affordable prices and the effort I put into my customers yards. I was also punctual when it was time for another cut and trim. In my early 20s I worked for the city of Dayton street maintenance in the vacant lot division. I was trained to drive and haul heavy equipment. I was taught the proper way to take care of all equipment. Lawn mowers, deck mowers, plows, weed eaters, trimmers, truck and trailer. I learnt a lot from the city and I met a lot of neighborhood committe members. They enjoyed having me work in their neighborhood because I worked hard and I cleaned up the neighborhoods local illegal waste dumps. I did my best toeet their expectations as well as what my job was expecting from me. I can do all different styles of cut. Or your standard cut. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

My pricing is based upon fairness. I try to beat the competitors with lower prices and better work. I also have referring discounts. Meaning if you refer me to another client and I get the job I give my customers discounts on their next cut. The amount of discount depends on the size of the job. I also offer lower rates for the elderly and disabled. I also offer discounts if I get a seasonal contract with my customers. I'm available for all seasons. Yes even winter! The plow is ready. 


What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Watch for punctuality. Ask yourself were they kind? Are they acting like an honorable buissness and giving me fair quotes? Was the crew able to answer your questions effectively? Finally ask yourself if they did a good job? It's always nice to call the company if you find mistakes. It helps the chosen company learn how you want the work done in the future . Finally did they fix the mistakes within reasonable timing? 


What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

1. Figure out how much your willing to spend

2. Compare pricing of one lot job verses a contract for the season/year . Could save a lot more with a contract 

3. Feel free to take a moment for your company to explain the outcome your looking for. 

4. If you have anything you don't want the company around be sure to let them know. 

5. The better description of what our customers are asking of us then it is more likely we will get the job done safely, timely, clean and how you want it. 


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