QuickandEasy Lawn

QuickandEasy Lawn

5.0 (10)
1 employee
4 years in business

About this pro

Here, I prioritize each costumers every request as if it was my very first. Going above and beyond making sure the needs are met to satisfaction. Cutting grass has been my life since the age of a young teen, I treat every yard like it's my own. Customers become family and every relationship becomes a lasting one. I'm in the business of serving, I Love helping others and putting a smile on peoples faces. I found my callling in life, this is what I was born to do. 

I enjoy the ending of a job. Seeing the looks on my customers faces when they see the end result. I like doing something that'll help others. 

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Credentials

Missouri City, TX 77489
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10 Reviews

5.0

  • Paul Lange

    Accommodating, Reliable, and Professional! I recommend them every time I’m asked. Very trustworthy and affordable!

  • David Mathis-Missouri City

    QuickandEasy has been doing my lawn for two years now. Always on time and does an excellent job. Highly recommendable.

  • Rhonda Dorsey

    Fast service! He gets the job done.

  • Jerrell H.

    Fast, Prompt, and Friendly Service; my yard has never looked better. I recommend Quick and Easy Lawn to everyone!


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FAQs


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

The first step in the process would be greetings and exchanging names. 
The second step would be me asking how could be of service to them. 
The third step is getting any and all information needed from them need for the task. 
The fourth step would be scheduling and time adequate for the customer. 
The fifth and final step would be getting contact information to keep in touch. 


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

I don't have any necessary education for yard work but I have been cutting since an adolescent. During the year 2018-2019 I've worked with another landscaping company before I branched out on my own. 


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

Standard yard prices start at $35 but I know that all yards aren't the same and some are smaller or bigger than others. I would like to physically see the property before giving a final number. Hedges are $15. Mulch beds and Flower beds start at $80 for labor, anything extra is for material. Tree trimming is based on everything a customer wants removed. 


How did you get started in this business?

As a kid I've always wanted find ways to make money. Cutting grass and washing cars were the easiest thing for me to do years ago. As I've grown older wanting to be my own boss would be like I wanted to walk down. Instead of picking up a new trade I decided to perfect what I was already good at. Working with the landscaping company before I learned the ins and outs of the business in hopes of doing it on my own. This way I still get to help people and not have to worry about a time clock. 


What types of customers have you worked with?

The customers I work with are very friendly. Most up in age and others not much older than I am. I've had some customers who seem to be grouchy and stern and I've had customers who are respectful. All customers are treated equally. 


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Helping my neighbor with her garden has to be my fondest event. Be able to interact and do things to her pleasing, put a smile on my face. We completely redid her flower bed, planted Japanese box bushes and extended her mulch bed. 


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

I'd tell a customer to be patient and understanding With us. A lot of times there may be a lack of understanding on either end and getting that common ground is what would make it easier for the both of us. 


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

A couple questions would be;

Would anything be a problem for you?