CHARLOTTE – For those that have less time to tend to their lawns and gardens due to busy work schedules or a whole host of other reasons, finding a professional landscaper that you can depend on is important.
Q. What makes a good landscaper?
A. A good landscaper has the willingness and commitment to understanding the client and what their needs are, what their long-term and short-term goals are and the general motivation behind the project. They take the time to find out if they are simply replicating something they have seen somewhere else and to understand the true value of the project. In other words, finding a good landscaper is about much more than just their skill level. It should be based on whether they’re taking the time to ask the right questions, meet with the client to survey and assess the property, research and give feedback, comments and suggestions before even offering any type of official agreement. You also want to find out if they follow up in a timely fashion and if they have a professional team to support them.
In our area there are countless landscapers for hire and word of mouth and referrals from family and friends are probably the best testaments in your quest to find the right landscaper.