Frequently Asked Questions
Here are the most frequently asked questions we get at Miller Lawn Maintenance. For more information on our lawn care services, give us a call at (317) 416-2104.
If you want to add a new service, it takes two to three weeks for us to work you into the schedule, depending on the season.
We accept major credit cards for residential properties. At this time, we service only properties for which we have the credit card information on file. For commercial properties, we accept checks.
Yes, but we like to think of them as service agreements. This isn’t to lock you into paying us, but rather to provide you with the best service possible. Our lawn care and snow removal services are so detailed that we like to invest considerable time in getting to know your property. A service agreement ensures that your property receives exceptional care.
A man-hour refers to how much work one of our people on the job typically does in an hour. If a project takes longer than estimated, we will bill you for the minimum rate on the original quote plus whatever extra man-hours were accrued. Man-hours are pro-rated. For instance, if a one-person project takes an extra 15 minutes and the hourly rate is $75.00/hour, then we will bill you an extra $18.75. If it’s a three-person project and they take an extra 15 minutes (hourly rate is $75.00/hour), then we will bill you an extra $56.25.
If we know that the weather will be bad (rain, sleet, or snow), we will do our best to care for that day’s properties as soon as possible. If we are unable to service your property like normal, we will come out the next business day and get you taken care of!
Our premium dyed mulch is available in black, brown, and red. We also offer undyed hardwood.
Let Miller Lawn Maintenance Serve You!
If you have further questions about any of our lawn care or other services, contact Miller Lawn Maintenance. Request a free quote or call (317) 416-2104 to speak to a live person in our office. We serve the Noblesville area, including Fishers, Westfield, Carmel, Castleton, and Indianapolis.