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Best Lawn and Garden services in Milton, WA

We researched 35 Milton Landscape Maintenances Specialists to help source a professional for you. Here are the best rated and reviewed Lawn and Garden services in Milton.

landscape maintenances specialists serve the Milton area
have been in business for 3+ years
are highly rated by multiple sources
Milton Landscape Maintenances Specialists who aren't Certified but rate highly from multiple sources
All Pro Tree Care
30640 Military Rd S, Auburn, WA 98001
Our experienced team provides the highest quality service for a reasonable price. We’ve been serving King County for... Read more
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MowTowne Landscaping
1000 Town CtrSte 180, Tacoma, WA 98422
It started when I was 12. Knocking on a neighbors door landed me my first customer. At age 16, my family moved to Browns... Read more
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Low Rate Hauling Yard Clean Up & Demolition
7200 4th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118
'Low Rate Hauling & Yard Clean Up' was started in the year 2000 by John Coleman. John is a professional contractor who... Read more
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Labor cost of lawn and garden projects in Milton

Based on data from thousands of home projects
  • Remove Trash, Junk, or Debris
    $114 - $133
  • Maintain Yard
    10000 sqft
    $572 - $780
  • Weed Flower Bed or Garden
    40 sqft
    $63 - $85
  • Lay Sod or Grass
    Requires On-Site Estimate
  • Trim or Prune Tree
    $253 - $325

How to hire a landscaper in Washington state

  1. Verify their license and insurance at the Washington State Department’s website.

  2. If you need to do landscape construction, remodeling, repair, excavation, or demolition, you need someone who is licensed for landscape construction. This includes installation of sprinkler systems.

  3. Basic lawn care like mowing or trimming does not require a construction license, but you should still check that their general business license and worker’s comp accounts are up to date.