We don't use weed-killer chemicals of any kind on properties that we service. We prefer going all-natural (pull by hand). If you have weeds that you need removed, and you don't particularly care for chemicals either, put us on the task. We pull everything, including roots, as much as possible so that regrowth is minimal and slower to materialize.
Frequently Asked Questions (if your question is not addressed here, check the bottom of the home page)
- Is a deposit required prior to the start of this service? There are some unfortunate realities to modern society that we need to protect ourselves from, so we do require a pre-authorization on a credit or debit card of your choosing. This is simply a hold on that account, but no money is actually withdrawn. Upon completion of service, that hold will be removed and you'll pay using your preferred means (cash, venmo, debit, or credit). The hold amount equals the total cost of the service. So, for example, if you book a 2-hour appointment, the hold amount would be $120. For appointments where you do not intend to be home during the service, there are instances where we will waive this hold requirement and send a payment request after-the-fact, but you should expect this hold requirement to apply by default.
- How long will my job take? Our average job is pulling weeds from mulched strips along homes and fence lines, which is scattered weeds here and there. And our average pace on these types of jobs is 6 square feet per minute. Your job could certainly take less or more time than this pace would suggest, but this could get you a ballpark estimate. The photo at the top of this page? That's a property that won't have sod installed for a while, so in the meantime the dirt/rock "yard" sprouts some wild vegetation that needs to be cleared periodically to avoid HOA nastygrams. That's a 4,930 square foot yard (pictured is just one side) that took 255 minutes to clear, which is a 19.3 square foot per minute pace. Our back and hamstrings were sore for a few days, but hey....that's not a bad weed pulling pace (especially on what was a 94 degree day).