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    Callie Marsalisi
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Landscaping transforms simple yards into beautiful outdoor living spaces. It can help you breathe new life into your home while also boosting your property value. When you're ready for a new, better yard, contact one of our top Wellington, Florida, landscaping companies.

10 Best Landscaping Companies in Wellington

Brands are algorithmically curated from a database of local service providers near you. We require a minimum number of Google reviews and average ratings for provider inclusion.

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TruGreen Lawn Care

4/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 394 reviews


6861 SW 196th Ave Suite 112, Pembroke Pines, FL 33332

(954) 689-4140

www.trugreen.com/local-lawn-care/flor...

Services By Mark

4.7/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 30 reviews


2269 Indian Rd, West Palm Beach, FL 33409

(561) 370-8717

servicesbymark.com
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Jarocho Landscaping

4.6/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 31 reviews


13785 Sunflower Ct APT A, Wellington, FL 33414

(561) 379-4790

www.jarocholandscaping.com
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Evergreen Sprinkler & Landscaping Services

4.5/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 68 reviews


7242 Marshall Rd, West Palm Beach, FL 33413

(561) 364-8582

www.evergreensprinkler.net

Palm Beach Tree & Landscape

4.5/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 85 reviews


5562 W Shadyside Cir, West Palm Beach, FL 33415

(561) 629-3445

www.palmbeachtreeandlandscape.com
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Massey Services GreenUP Lawn Care Service

4.4/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 38 reviews


2253 Vista Pkwy #5, West Palm Beach, FL 33411

(561) 792-6401

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Lawn Stars Landscaping Residential,Commercial and Hoa Services Tree Logo

Lawn Stars Landscaping Residential,Commercial and Hoa Services Tree

4.2/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 22 reviews


787 Rackly Rd, Loxahatchee 479 Mulberry Grove Rd Royal Palm Beach 33411, Loxahatchee, FL 33470

(561) 798-0890

lawnstarsfl.com

Kingsley Lawn Care and Tree Services

4.1/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 21 reviews


6586 Hypoluxo Rd #162, Lake Worth Beach, FL 33467

(561) 357-5742

www.kingsleylawncare.com

Tropical Tree & Landscape

4.6/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 105 reviews


200 9770 S Military Trl B7, Boynton Beach, FL 33436

(561) 244-5100

www.tropicaltreeandlandscape.com

Scott Lewis' Gardening

4.7/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 22 reviews


514 14th St, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

(561) 670-3000

scottlewisgardening.com

Facts about Wellington

  • Average Max Temperature:
    82°F
  • Average Min Temperature:
    69°F
  • Average Daily Sunlight:
    68%
  • Average Aeration Cost:
    $294 / half acre
  • Average Weed Control Cost:
    $270
  • Average Monthly Lawn Care Cost:
    $212

DIY Options vs. Professional Services

Most homeowners have some basic lawn maintenance knowledge. However, landscaping necessitates more advanced skills. A large project might require heavy equipment and intense labor. Complicated projects such as fire pits or irrigation systems need additional construction and machinery expertise.

Small landscaping projects, such as removing overgrown plants or adding flower beds, can be easy projects to DIY. If you don't have basic lawn expertise or are looking for a complete yard overhaul, consider hiring a professional.

Professional landscape designers and architects have the skills to elevate your outdoor space and the expertise to develop a long-term maintenance plan. Your local professional can help you choose the most cost-effective upgrades, and one who offers lawn care services can improve your yard health. Hiring a professional also prevents expensive DIY mistakes.

Factors To Consider When Choosing an Wellington Landscaping Company

Experience and reputation are important considerations for choosing a landscaper, but you also want to ensure that your provider offers the services you need within your budget. Consider the following factors when hiring a landscaping contractor.

Services Offered

Different landscaping providers serve different lawn needs. Some companies focus on services that help with yard health and maintenance, such as controlling weeds, mulching, mowing, pruning, and fertilizing. These providers also often offer pest management and tree cutting services.

Look for full-service landscaping if you're planning a full revamp of your yard or want new outdoor elements, such as a fire pit. Full-service companies specialize in outdoor designs and upgrades, including adding hardscapes, gardening, and landscaping rock projects. They may also help install sprinkler or irrigation systems, retaining walls, fire pits, and other architectural elements. Some provide lawn maintenance services.

Licensing and Experience

Most landscape contractors have advanced training and certifications in certain areas, such as outdoor design, lawn maintenance, and horticulture. Companies should have the appropriate licenses from the Wellington city government. It may employ the following certified staff members:

  • Certified fertilization or pesticide specialists
  • Licensed arborists
  • Licensed horticulture specialists
  • Licensed or certified landscaping designers or architects

It may also have certifications from professional organizations, such as the Professional Landcare Network and the National Association of Landscape Professionals. These certifications aren't mandatory, but they’re an added bonus.

Your landscaper should be fully insured and bonded. Most contractors have liability insurance to protect against property damage or bodily injury. Ask to see an insurance certificate or insurance numbers to verify a company's coverage.

Reputation and Reviews

Seek out companies with positive customer reviews and strong reputations. You can check third-party review sites such as the Better Business Bureau. Explore both positive and negative reviews to gauge how a provider treats its customers. Avoid companies with mostly negative customer reviews and frequent mentions of unreliable customer service, delayed projects, or poor project results.

Work Portfolio

Most landscaping and maintenance companies will have before and after photos of past projects to showcase their work to potential customers. Ask to see your provider's portfolio. You can specifically ask for photos of projects similar to yours, so you can see how your yard might look, and even get some inspiration.

Sustainability Practices

Sustainability is an important consideration both during and after a landscaping project. Ask your provider about its best practices for waste management, eco-friendly material options, and water conservation; you can also ask for maintenance recommendations. Landscaping providers should opt for native plants (such as trumpet honeysuckle, climbing aster, and narrowleaf sunflower) when planting new vegetation, and they shouldn't let their work affect your existing vegetation.

Cost

We recommend requesting multiple quotes from different companies—this allows you to compare rates and services and might even help you negotiate a better deal. Many companies offer free consultations to review your outdoor space, discuss project plans, and provide recommendations. Your detailed quote should include information about various project expenses, such as labor and materials.

Landscaping Costs in Wellington

Generally, landscaping costs $22–$33 per hour in Wellington. These prices vary based on project type and size. Less complicated work, such as mowing or gardening, will be less expensive than a larger project like resodding.

Pricing will vary based on your chosen materials. For a larger yard, your provider might charge by the acre. Bigger projects necessitate more labor, which will increase the total cost.

Here's the average cost of different landscaping services:

Landscaping ServiceAverage Cost
Deck$12,874.60 - $17,166.14
Landscaping Design$1,682.50 - $2,243.34
Landscaping LandGrading$399.70 - $2,398.22
Landscaping Mulch$23.98 - $119.91
Planting FlowerBeds$79.94 - $1,598.82
Planting Trees$209.44 - $349.34
Sodding$39.97 - $47.96
Swimming Pool$30,377.50 - $79,940.78

Frequently Asked Questions about Landscaping in Wellington

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