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Hattiesburg Lawn Care Professionals

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Home Maintenance & Repair
from 16 reviews
  • 35 years in business
  • 20 hires on Thumbtack
Andy M.
Verified review

Mike and his son did an outstanding job. They were responsive, timely and did a great job...above and beyond what I expected. They hauled, they cleaned and they cared. I will use th again for sure. My garage was a mess...and thanks to them, not it's in great condition.

Quality Cut lawn Care
from 5 reviews
    Jennifer G.
    Verified review

    Service cannot be beat, my lawn looks wonderful. They go above and beyond to do the job!

    • 13 years in business
    • 14 hires on Thumbtack
    Deborah B.
    Verified review

    Shane and Shane were great. They were pleasant, polite, and professional. They worked until 9:30PM ensuring that everything was done to my satisfaction. It was a job well done! Deborah

    Chad's Lawn Care
    from 3 reviews
    • 4 hires on Thumbtack
    Michelle D.
    Verified review

    I was very pleased with the work Chad did. Good work and reasonable price. I would recommend him


    I do work on a another level.Making sure my is done right all the time


    We cutt grass with lawn mowers and Weed Eaters. There is no credit, must pay upfront. There are no bulls hit, because my work is extraordinary.

    • 10 years in business
    • 1 hire on Thumbtack

    Way before I saw this I have always told myself I have to make my work stand out from other,, so im going to say its that motivational that makes us stand out.


    I do grass cutting, edging and blowing off driveways, front and back porch, etc. If you're not happy, I'll do it all over again.


    I run a small lawn care company. I take care of large and small properties, residential and commercial. Feel free to call for a free estimate.

    • 8 years in business

    Get your own one of a kind professional touch! You ask it happens!


    I can clean houses, cook, and watch kids. My husband does lawn work. I can do any house chores. He can do any lawn care work.


    We provide lawn care services, including, but not limited to, flower beds, pest control, tree and stump removal and pressure washing of gutters and windows.



    I have been doing lawn care ever since I was big enough to push a mower. It is something that I really enjoy doing. Grass cutting and weed eating is my profession.


    We offer full-service lawn maintenance. Our services include: * Flower Bed installation * Weed Control * Lawn Maintenance (mowing, edging, blowing, etc.) * Hydro Seeding * Pressure Washing * Hedge Trimming

    • 6 years in business

    I can mow your yards, weed eat, pull weeds out your flower bed and put out flowers if you have some to put out.


    I cut trim anything and everything our clients want. We will do whatever makes them happy. If the client is not happy, we are not happy.


    I stand behind my work and I do my best to make the customer happy because they come first.


    We are trimming plants, tilling flower beds, fertilizing, doing basic lawn maintenance, string trimming, mowing, and blowing walkways and driveways. We've been in business for 20 years. We offer customer satisfaction guarantee.


    We mow, weed and even do some minor landscaping in your yard! We handle only small yards! Give us a call!


    Hi, my job is to clean the house, sit with elderly and babysit. My husband works as a landscaper and will do or assist with other handy work.

    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.

    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 much is lawn care service?

    Ensuring a lush, green lawn is so much more than simply mowing and watering the grass; it’s also pulling existing weeds and preventing future ones, fertilizing with the right nutrients, and coaxing new grass to grow in patchy spots. For many homeowners, a full-service lawn care company is the best way to maintain a beautiful lawn. The cost for professional lawn care depends on the size of the lawn and the services the homeowner chooses, as well as the location. For the typical suburban residence, the national average cost of full-service lawn care maintenance is $40-$50 per hour. Depending on the size of your lawn, that can cost you just $100 per month or more than $1,000 per month, but the average is about $350 per month. Most monthly services include a weekly cut, especially in the spring, as well as edging, weeding, and blowing the driveway, sidewalks and porches.

    What should I do to my lawn in the spring?

    Spring is the perfect time to start thinking about lawn care. The ground is recovering from a long, cold winter, plants are starting to grow, and the earth is ready to receive new seeds. When the weather starts to warm, the first step in your lawn care strategy is deciding what you would like to achieve and what you need to do to make it happen. Your next step is to start cleaning up. Rake your lawn free of decomposing leaves, trim back shrubs and branches, and clear out all the weeds. Once your lawn is cleared of debris, tend to your irrigation system. Test your system and decide whether any repairs are necessary. Now it’s time to nourish the lawn. If you opt to aerate your lawn in spring, the national average cost is $70-$100. Consult with your lawn care pro, as some regions benefit from only aerating in fall. If you have bare spots, you can overseed the lawn to encourage new growth. Next you’ll want to fertilize the lawn to ensure it grows in rich and lush. Professional fertilization services may range from under $50 to over $200, depending on your lawn size. If you have a bad weed problem, you (or your lawn care pro) can apply pre-emergent herbicide to prevent a weed outbreak. Make sure the irrigation system is routinely watering your lawn, and then enjoy watching the grass grow.

    How much does it cost to have your lawn mowed?

    Regular lawn maintenance can do wonders for your home’s curb appeal. Professional lawn care prices will vary based on the regional cost to do business and regional cost of labor, the size of your lawn, and any additional services you may desire such as edging or mulching. The national average for lawn mowing costs is $30-$50. Pros may charge an hourly rate, a flat rate or by the square foot (an acre contains 43,560 square feet). Square footage rates factor in the professional’s time, the use of their equipment, and the gas to operate the mower. Distance may also affect cost: If you live outside the company’s standard service range, you may pay an additional travel fee. Here are some examples of average prices for mowing and lawn maintenance:

    • Up to 8,000-square-foot property: $30 per week/$120 per month.
      • Bimonthly: $40 per service/$80 per month.
      • One time only: $45 per service.
        • Prices include 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.
    • Hourly rate: $25 per hour (including travel, equipment costs and labor).
    • Lot size:
      • Smaller lots in subdivisions: $35.
      • Half-acre lot: $50.
      • One-acre lot: $100.
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