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The Best On-Demand Lawn Care Services in Missouri


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Lawn Care in Missouri

Missouri is a state located in the Midwestern region of the United States. It is bordered by Iowa to the north, Illinois to the east, Kentucky to the southeast, Tennessee to the south, Arkansas to the southwest, Oklahoma to the west, and Kansas to the northwest. Missouri has a humid continental climate with hot, humid summers, cold and snowy winters, and mild spring and fall seasons. The state is prone to thunderstorms, tornadoes, and occasional flooding.

Proper lawn care in Missouri requires specific attention to the climate, and Lawnhiro offers effective and efficient lawn care services to ensure a healthy and beautiful lawn throughout the year. Our team of friendly neighbors provides lawn care services in Missouri such as mowing and overgrown lawn rescue.

Sit back, relax and let Lawnhiro take over. Get your free quote today. 


Founded

Aug. 10, 1821

Population

6.2 million

Capital

Jefferson City

Largest City

Kansas City




Serving The Following Missouri Cities and Towns

How Lawnhiro Works

Lawnhiro is a web app that connects you with our on-demand lawn service. We set you up with a local Lawnhiro, a member of the community looking to make some extra money, to help take care of your lawn when you need it.
Step 1

Select Location
& Order Service

Automatic, fast price quotes based on square footage calculated by ISoft Data Systems.
Step 2

Get Matched with
a Lawnhiro

Each Lawnhiro is hand selected, hardworking and dedicated to quality.
Step 3

Enjoy Your Freshly
Mowed Lawn

Get updates and photos on every completed job.
Step 1
Lawn Care Services in Missouri - Step One

Select Location
& Order Service

Automatic, fast price quotes based on square footage calculated by ISoft Data Systems.
Step 2
Lawn Care Services in Missouri - Step Two

Get Matched with
a Lawnhiro

Each Lawnhiro is hand selected, hardworking and dedicated to quality.
Step 3
Lawn Care Services in Missouri - Step Three

Enjoy Your Freshly
Mowed Lawn

Get updates and photos on every completed job.

On-Demand Lawn Care Services in Missouri



Lawn Care Services in Nebraska - Mowing

Mowing

Our bread and butter. The skills of our providers and our customer service are unmatched - you won't find better mowing services in Missouri.

What's Included

Grass cut and mulched to 3.5 - 4 inches
Light trimming around structures, fencing, and curbs where turf meets structuresCleaning, trimming, pulling or removing vegetation growing in the cracks of sidewalks, retaining walls or steps are NOT part of our mowing service. These may be included in other services like lawn cleanups.
Blow clippings from hard surfaces

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Missouri Mowing Facts


How often should I mow my lawn?
The frequency of mowing your lawn in Missouri can depend on factors such as grass type, season, and rainfall. However, as a general rule, it is recommended to mow your lawn once a week during the growing season.

How high should I mow my lawn?
During the peak growing season in Missouri, it is recommended to keep your grass height between 2.5 to 3 inches (6.4 to 7.6 cm) to help your grass grow healthier and better withstand periods of drought.

Does frequent mowing thicken grass?
Mowing can indeed help your grass grow thicker! The tip of each grass blade contains hormones that stop horizontal growth. When you mow, you trim these tips, allowing the grass to spread and grow thicker near the roots.

Mowing Available In The Following Cities


Lawn Care Services in Nebraska - Overgrown Lawn Rescue

Overgrown Lawn Rescue

Is your lawn overgrown? Is most of your yard over 7 inches tall? This is the service for you!

What's Included

Grass cut 3.5 - 4 inches
Light trimming around structures, fencing, and curbs where turf meets structuresCleaning, trimming, pulling or removing vegetation growing in the cracks of sidewalks, retaining walls or steps are NOT part of our mowing service. These may be included in other services like lawn cleanups.
Blow clippings from hard surfaces

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Hazards Of Overgrown Lawns


What happens if I left my grass grow too high?
Long grass can droop onto surrounding grass, smothering it. When long grass droops, it also traps moisture in lower areas, which can cause fungus and disease to spread.

Does tall grass attract pests and rodents?
Allowing your grass to grow could result in a few unwanted visitors to your home - including ants, raccoons, mice and more!

Is tall grass a fire hazard?
Yes! Tall, dry grasses and weeds are an extreme fire hazard, as they make it easier for fires to climb up from the ground to tree canopies or structures.

Overgrown Lawn Service Available In The Following Cities


See why our customers love us!

"I am currently moving to a different house while my husband is hospitalized with serious medical issues. I needed my yard mowed at the new house but just don't have time for everything. This service responded quickly and the work done is above satisfactory! I'll be using their service again for sure!!"

- Linda C.
"My mower broke and my lawn needed to be mowed. I used LawnHiro and the next day someone was out and took care of my lawn. It was too easy!"
- Chad W.

"I have a busy work schedule with all my kids sports. I had hardly any time to keep up with my yard. Lawnhiro made it easy to focus on my children rather than my yard. It was a super easy process to fill out a request to mow. Not only was it easy, but they were even able to come out that same day. I will definitely be using Lawnhiro again!"

- Jarrett H.

Looking to earn some extra cash in Missouri?

Apply to be a Lawnhiro provider!

Lawnhiro offers a seamless way to earn extra income during your free time. By simply completing our application process, you can conveniently pick jobs that complement your schedule. Working for Lawnhiro provides the opportunity to improve your lawn care skills and build a network of satisfied customers, which could lead to potential long-term career growth in the industry. Enjoy the flexibility of choosing when and where to work, allowing you to balance your personal and professional commitments effectively.

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Lawnhiro is coming to Missouri this spring!

Now accepting applications for the following cities:

Lee Summit, MO