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Frequently Asked Questions

This is a list of common questions we receive.  If you don't see your question on this list, please contact us and we would be happy to answer any questions you may have!  Or, you can send us an email from the contact page.


Q: How much does it cost to mow my lawn?

A: It varies greatly depending on the size, distance and complexity of your property.  We have a $49 minimum charge per mowing.  Estimates are free, so a quick phone call is all you need to make, and we'll be happy to get you an estimate right away.


Q: Are you insured?


A: Yes, we carry liability insurance for both residential and commercial clients, and our team members are covered by workman's compensation according to state and federal requirements.  We comply with all local, state and federal mandates for small businesses. 


Q: Do you offer senior discounts?

A: We always offer our very best prices to every customer.  While we do not offer senior discounts, our very reasonable prices and the quality of our work are an unbeatable value that everyone, not just senior citizens, can afford.  We do at times offer seasonal discounts; if you become a regular customer you will be notified of any discount programs that we have in effect.


Q: What all do you do? 

​A: You can refer to our services page of this website to see a list of all the services we offer.  We are a full service maintenance and landscaping company; we endeavor to be a one-stop-shop for all your landscaping needs.  If there's a service you need that you don't see that we provide, more than likely we have a sub-contractor that we trust with the same high standards that we operate by who we can connect you with to accomplish your specific requests.  We are a growing company and are adding services to our list every year; simply inquire and we will do our very best to accommodate your needs! 


Q: How long have you been in business?


A:  We started mowing lawns in Fairborn, OH in 2002.  We changed names from J&L Lawn Service to J&L Lawn & Landscape in 2006. 

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