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New Image Landscaping
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  • 10 years in business
Jewel B.
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My yard has a lot of trees so you can imagine how bad it gets in the fall I talked to several different lawn services but New Image Landscape made sure they put me at ease with a low cost and complete professionalism the owner explained his story to me how he had a problem with prescription pain meds after a knee crushing accident. But realized one day he needed help and joined JOHN 3:16 ministry how turning his life around god has blessed him in ways he couldn't imagine. I know for myself from now on any outdoor work I am going to call new image landscaping try them you will be impressed. There number is 870-206-3735


We do complete lawn, landscape and pool maintenance. We maintain commercial and residential properties. All work is guaranteed. No jobs are refused. We provide one-time or all-season services at affordable prices.


We've been in business for 20 years. We are professional and service oriented. We mostly do lawn maintenance, commercial and residential.


I do custom gardens, waterfalls, concrete work and water plants. I have wealth of knowledge in all trades. I prefer to work with clients who are creative and want to think outside of the box. I have created numerous waterfalls and outdoor living spaces customized to each client.


Pressure washing is my passion. I love to watch something that is dirty transform into something nice and clean!

  • 8 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack

Pressure wash heavy equipment, 18 wheelers, RV's, Boats, cars homes and more. We offer a full detail inside and out and our service comes to your location.

  • 6 years in business

At lawn pro we strive to do the best work possible. And at the best value also.


G&S take your dreams and needs and turns them in to realty


We provide full lawn care, to include weeding, mulching, fertilizing, and sod repair. We also do some lawn, landscaping, and design. We are providing the customer what they want.


We love everything about the landscape process. From the computer design to the finished project, we are here for you!


Whatever to make the people happy do a great job make sure the work done right and give them wht they pay for.


Mainly because I do the work myself and not a hired hand by them self.


I am fair-priced and free-quote company. I can give your home a dynamic design that will bring nice curb appeal to it. I can build koi ponds, waterfalls and stone flower bed borders, or I just add or transplant plants. I have over 20 years' experience. I also do yard maintenance or cleanup. For your free quotes, contact me.


We do landscaping, horticulture, and lawn care maintenance. We can do anything from mulching, trimming and planting flowers/trees to fencing, etc. Thank you in advance.

  • 4 years in business

Reasonable prices for top notch service. Customer satisfaction guaranteed.


We don't work for the money, we work for our customers.. if our customers aren't happy, we're not happy!!!


Apex Landscaping will do the job right the first time. Fair and honest pricing!


We offer lawn care and landscaping. We do everything lawn-related, e.g., mowing, trimming, hedge trimming, sod work, dirt work and much more at a very reasonable cost.


Our services include lawn care and maintenance and mulching. We cater to commercial and residential clients. We have been in business for over 20 years in Jonesboro area. We are an insured workman's company.

Q & A

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

What's the best way to maintain your lawn?

Keeping a lawn lush and green requires consistent mowing, weeding, watering, fertilizing and more. If your lawn is particularly large, it may make sense to hire a full-service lawn care provider. Whether you take a DIY approach or bring in the experts, maintaining your lawn requires a range of tasks.

Plan to mow the lawn often, allowing it stay longer than may seem convenient — longer grass is healthier grass. The general rule is to cut off no more than a third of the grass blade. This helps prevent damage to the lawn as well as keeping weeds from taking root. It’s also important to remove any weeds, then prevent new ones from growing. In spring, consider spraying a pre-emergent herbicide on your lawn to prevent crabgrass and other types of weeds from sprouting from seed. During other seasons, broadleaf weeds like dandelions can be pulled by hand or sprayed with weed killers. The best time to water your lawn is early in the morning, allowing the sun to help dry the grass. Make sure to thoroughly soak the lawn so that the water penetrates several inches into the ground.

Lawn care also requires feeding; look for a mixture of fast- and slow-release fertilizers that include nitrogen. Some lawns also benefit from aeration, which creates small holes to let air, water and nutrients penetrate the grass roots. Although most homeowners can manage these tasks on their own, a full-service lawn care company can handle them on a regular schedule, taking the guesswork out of maintaining a beautiful lawn.

What does a landscape contractor do?

Landscape contractors work from outdoor architectural or design plans to build and install hardscaping or softscaping for the client, much as a general contractor uses architectural designs to build a house. Landscape contractors are experts in soil drainage, grading, hardscaping (installing concrete paths and retaining wall, building ponds, etc.), and planting. They have heavy equipment such as excavators and tractors to prepare the land as needed.

Some landscape contractors are also landscape architects or landscape designers. The titles can be compared with those in home construction: A building or landscape architect must earn a specialized architecture degree and pass an exam to have a license. A designer — whether an interior designer or a landscape designer — does not usually require a license to work. Landscape contractors are not required by law to work from plans designed by a landscape architect, so you may work directly with the landscape contractor to specify the work you’d like done. The national average cost for large-scale landscaping projects is $10,160. Pricing can vary greatly depending on the project scope, materials and design.

How do you look after your lawn?

Having a beautiful lawn doesn’t just happen by magic. A multi-pronged approach to lawn care will result in a healthy lawn that will have your neighbors green with envy. The national average price for multi-service lawn care ranges from $40 to $50. Whether you tackle the project yourself or hire a lawn care professional, looking after your lawn requires consistent work. A baseline of lawn care is keeping your grass mowed and your irrigation system working properly. Fertilizing plants and grasses, as well as trimming and pruning foliage, may promote the health of your plants and lawn. Many lawn care pros offer different packages with varying monthly fees depending on your lawn size and the services you desire. Here are a few examples of average lawn care prices:

  • 1,000- to 2,500-square-foot lawn: $60-$90 per month
  • 5,000-square-foot lawn or larger: $110-$150 per month.
    • Includes lawn maintenance, cleanups and irrigation repairs. The company trims shrubs, pulls weeds, blows out yard waste, fertilizes and does minor irrigation repairs.
  • Up to 8,000-square-foot property: $30 per week/$120 per month.
  • 8,001- to 15,000-square-foot property: $35 per week/$140 per month.
  • 15,001- to 20,000-square-foot property: $40 per week/$160 per month.
    • Includes mowing all turf grass areas; trimming grass away from fences, structures, trees, and lawn edges; and clearing or blowing all grass trimmings from driveways, sidewalks, curbs, etc.

How do you find a good landscape architect?

Hiring a landscape architect is an investment in your home. Landscaping can reduce water bills, improve your home resale value, add to your daily living experience and significantly boost curb appeal. A landscape architect will draw the designs for your new landscape; you’ll want to hire a landscape contractor to carry out the plans. Many companies provide design-build landscaping services, with a company architect creating plans for your vision and the landscape contractor executing the vision. With the proper academic background and licensing, a person can be both landscape architect and landscape contractor. Here are a few tips for finding a great landscape architect:

  • Research online portfolios and find several landscape architects whose work interests you.
  • Read online reviews of client experiences.
  • Research whether the landscape architects you are interested in are currently licensed and in good standing with the licensing board, and check whether any complaints have been issued against them. Each state will have their own searchable database. For example, you can search for California landscape architects via the state’s Department of Consumer Affairs.
  • Request bids from your selected landscape architects.
  • Hire the one you like the most, taking care to have a clearly written contract outlining scope of work.

For more, check out our tips for smart hiring on Thumbtack.

How much does it cost to have landscaping done?

Professional landscaping can help reinvent your outdoor space, boost your curb appeal and get a major return on investment with. Landscaping can encompass anything from adding new plants, trees and shrubs, to leveling the ground and laying sod for a lawn, to building in hardscaping such as sidewalks, water features or retaining walls. The national average landscaping price is $10,160. Landscaping prices can be far lower (with hourly rates ranging from $50 to $150) if you’re only seeking professional help with softscaping or seeking consultation on landscape design. Softscaping means adding or changing horticultural elements, such as planting a garden or adding a hedge. Hardscaping is where costs can really start to rise. Hardscaping requires labor and heavy equipment to excavate the earth; you may need to pour concrete, or you may need a pro who can transport and place gravel and other inorganic elements. Your total landscaping cost will vary based on the amount of work you want done, how much labor is required, and the cost of the materials you are using. A good rule of thumb for a major landscaping project, according to the American Society of Landscape Architects, is to budget 5 percent to 10 percent of the value of your home.

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