Turn Your Land Into a Work of Beauty

Posted on October 20, 2008. Filed under: Hiring Landscape Architect | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Proper landscaping work is not an easy task, especially if you have little or no experience. The appearance of your lawn and the surrounding area of your house creates the first impression, and that curb appeal is what attracts people to your place of residence, and leaves a lasting impression that everyone remembers. With that being said, you wouldn’t want your hme to be surrounded by barren land, with no appeal at all, would you? But searching for the right landscaper, as with any contractor, can be a hassle, and who needs all of that added stress.

You always have the option of making that search process a lot smoother with MiNeeds. MiNeeds is an on-line community where customers in need of a service post their needs and alert all of the local professionals of the needed service. Take, for example, this Wallingford customer looking for landscaping servicesfor their bare property. All they did was post their detailed need, and instantly all of the local professionals providing landscaping services were notified of the post and were given the opportunity to submit a quote. As a result, they had four professional landscapers looking to win their business, giving them a pool of applicants to choose from without ever having to dial a phone or look through the yellow pages. Plus, MiNeeds gave them all the necessary information on the background of the professionals, so they could choose the right landscapers that would best fit their needs.

Feeling like your home needs a little more green around the edges? Why not give some of these Seattle landscape architects a try. Or to experience the effortless search process, post your need today and begin receiving proposals immediately.

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Hire a Green Thumb and Save Some Greenbacks

Posted on September 30, 2008. Filed under: Hiring Landscape Architect | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

Not everybody has a green thumb. Some people have the natural ability to make their lawns and gardens look amazing, picture perfect and magazine quality. Others, myself included, try their hardest and just can’t seem to make it look good at all. For us, we are forced to either deal with the mediocre looking lawn that sits in front of our house or turn to a professional and use their talents to keep up that curb appeal of our home. But hiring professionals means coughing up a lot of money, right?

The answer is actually not always. There is a place where you can go to post your need for a service and get qualified professionals to actually look for your business, and it is called MiNeeds. Look at this Seattle customer looking for landscaping and garden services. They posted their need for a landscape architect, and immediately a notification was sent out to all professionals providing landscaping services, alerting them of the customer’s need and giving them an opportunity to try and win their business. The customer received six bids, averaging $585. This gave the customer a variety of landscapers to choose from, allowing them to save money by picking the cost that fit their budget. They were also able to save time and energy by having the professionals come to them with only a few minutes spent posting the need. It really is that easy.

If you desire a great looking lawn and garden at your home but missed the green thumb line, then see if any of these Seattle landscape architects can do what you need. And in order to get them coming to you, all you need to do is take a few minutes and post your need.

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Make Lawn Care Professionals Mow Down the Competition

Posted on September 1, 2008. Filed under: Hiring Lawn Services | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

Life has a tendency to get busy. Sometimes, a busy life can take over so much of your time and effort that the littlest things get set on the back burner. In trying to focus on the important things, you don’t care so much about cleaning the cobwebs around the house or weeding the garden. And by the time you get a few minutes to look around, your house looks atrocious. So why let it go just because you don’t have the time to do it? Just hire someone else to worry about your home’s appearance. And when it comes to the time when you have to find who the right lawn care provider is, to more to choose from the merrier.

This auburn customer had some yard cleanup and regular lawn maintenance he needed to have taken care of. She took advantage of the services offered at MiNeeds, an on-line community where people invite professionals to bid on the services they need. She posted her need for home lawn service, and all of the local providers were instantly notified that she needed help. Within days, she had ten professional lawn care providers bidding on her desired services. With this many to choose from, she was given a pool of various competitive pricing options that ensured she was getting what she wanted at the price she could afford.

But MiNeeds doesn’t just save you money and bring the best deals to your doorstep. You also get a community of people who are just like you, and you can interact with each other by offering and receiving tips and advice to your specific need. This information can help you make your decision so much easier, pointing out areas you should avoid or things to look for.

So I am sure you have some yardwork you are either trying to avoid or just can’t muster up enough time to focus some attention on it. See if any of these Seattle lawn service professionals provide what you are looking for. And remember to post your need for lawn care to get the ball rolling.

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