Freelance Lawn&Landscape

Freelance Lawn&Landscape

5.0
1 employee
2 years in business

About this pro

Hands on work, outside work.

Not a license professional, but a professional job you will get. I do own my own equipment. I just started investing in myself 7 months ago, but have been doing yard work for 15 years. I enjoy working freelance jobs. I mow, trim, edge, cut trees and clean up. My main goal is to make every customer feel safe, comfortable, happy, and satisfied with an outcome of their choice.  I work in fair conditions, and on the spot calls are usually available. Edmond Oklahoma is where I'm typically working, but I am willing to travel around, and through the Oklahoma City area.

I enjoy most putting my all into making my customer happy with the end result of their request.

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Oklahoma City, OK 73114
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FAQs


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

Typically a new customer is an individual who has been suggested to me from another so working with a new customer is usually kind of like working with someone I already know, or at least know a little about. Vice versa.

I receive the call, greet the new customer, go over the work their needing to be done, maybe send me a few photos of the work area, discuss a conclusion that makes my customer happy, discuss a fair price, the time & date and stand on my word as a lawn care server. 


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

I have a GED, and have taken horticulture classes. I've simply done lawn care and landscape design practically since the age of 7, and I'm currently 24. I grew up loving art, but instead of putting it on paper. I found that I loved to put my talent of art behind lawn care. I see beautiful lawns, trees, gardens, water falls with stone paths and design etc. I love to put my imagination for landscaping to work big time.


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

Very fair price exchanges:

Simple front & back yard cuts with an edge & trim range $40, $100 depending on the size of the yard.

Larger front & back yard cuts with an edge & trim range $100, $250 depending on the size of the yard.

Trim & Edge range $20, $150.

Smaller yard even grass cut front & back. No trim, no edge range $30, $60.

Larger yard even grass cut front & back. No trim, no edge range $60, 125.

ANY TREE WORK, GARDENING, CONCRETE, BRICK, FOUNTAINS, OR CLEAN UP JOBS WILL BE DISCUSSED OVER THE PHONE, AND OR IN PERSON.


How did you get started in this business?

Grew up in the home of my elderly grandmother having to maintain an acre and a half. Never stopped doing landscaping & lawn care.


What types of customers have you worked with?

All sorts. Antisocial, Happy, Aggressive, Chatty, Grumpy, Flirtatious, Watchful, Careless, Curious etc. If you can name it ive most likely been there.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

A recent even I actually went through last week was terrible news, but the best news of my life in my own way. Target contacted me due to word of mouth and was going to hire me for 4 weeks had I had employee's. Could've picked a couple guys up for help, but the lie wasn't worth it. It was great news though !


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

I would honestly pull out my phone, google search the best lawn care company in my area, and show them. I would read and further explain why their company is a professional company, but I would also further explain why I'm not a professional company. Sadly I'm not, but I would most definitely ask for at least a shot at showing you that I can do a professionals job, and why I should be on the track I'm on to becoming a considerable professional.


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

The customer should always question the comfortably of their home when dealing with strangers. Rather their professional or not. Always consider your safety first as a customer, and as a worker.