The most convenient lawn care service in Richmond, VA
Richmond, VA is an authentic southern town in the sense of the slower pace and friendly people. Frenzied, stressed out folks just seem not to exist here. Instead it’s home to artsy, quirky VCU students and grads (the hipster kids) and an outdoor paradise for native Richmonders and empty nesters alike. For the hipsters there’s the 17th Street Farmer’s Market where you can load up on fresh and local groceries, The Byrd Theatre where you can still see a $2.00 movie in a historical venue, and plenty of more fun stuff to do Downtown! Of course the outdoorsy people have their own culture haven called the James River. There’s no doubt whether you’re just passing through or a proud resident, you’ve spent a fair amount of time in the 550 acres of beautiful outdoors either kayaking, rafting, fishing, swimming, or sunning.
Calling Richmond your home means that you live an active lifestyle full of fun with co-workers, friends, and family. Why put all of that on pause to worry about lawn care when you can leave your lawn care on auto-pilot with LawnStarter? Whether it’s lawn mowing, weed treatment, yard cleanups or anything else in between, let our lawn care professionals take care of all of your Virginia lawn care wants and needs.
Lawn Care with a 21st Century Twist
LawnStarter provides quality lawn services, free of hassle and completely at your fingertips. In under two minutes, you can book skilled landscapers who have years of experience dealing with grass, weeds, pests, flowerbeds and anything else in your yard. Additionally, we equip our customers with an online dashboard where you can order services and view your past and upcoming appointments. Have questions? Lawn care experts are standing by 7 days a week, ready to chat on a moment's notice. If you aren’t satisfied with your service, our skilled technicians will fix the work and we’ll refund your money. Get your price
Lawn Care Resources
We invite you to explore the LawnStarter website for valuable information about caring for your lawn, and we suggest visiting Virginia Cooperative Extension’s website
for even more tips.