Residential FAQ

We understand that lawn care and property maintenance aren’t everybody’s passion, but it is ours! So we’ve created this list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) which addresses many of the common questions homeowners have when considering property maintenance. However, if you have additional questions, contact us and we would be happy to answer.

Q: How much does residential property maintenance cost?

A: It depends. Many of the services we provide our customers are priced on the size of the property along with the amount of time and labour needed to fulfill the contract. We will visit your home and assess the cost of the services requested or to offer advice on how best to care for your property. We will then provide you a quote free of charge.

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Q: Can I pay for only the services I need to maintain my property?

A: Absolutely! No two homes are alike therefore no two Lawn Lions packages are alike. Although we don’t offer an ‘a-la carte’ option, we are flexible in our service packages and we’re confident we can craft the perfect one for you.

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Q: How do I know what services I need to maintain my property?

A: At first glance many homeowners will feel that regular grass cutting and snow removal are all that they need to maintain their property year round. However, in order to maintain the health and appearance of plants, grass and shrubs on your property requires more care, such as aerating, dethatching, overseeding and fertilizing.

To receive advice on the services need to enhance and maintain your property, click on the button below.

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Q: What services are included in a residential snow contract?

A: Our snow contracts provide snow removal and salting/de-icing of walkways and driveways according to your specifications from the beginning of November to the end of March. The effects of snow and freezing rain can be a safety concern for many homeowners, but a Lawn Lions snow contract ensures that your property will be maintained throughout the winter months.

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