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The Best Landscaping Websites and How To Build Your Own

January 15, 2024 10 min. read
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A professional landscaping website helps you build an online presence, bring in new clients, book services, and get paid.

To help you get started, we’ve provided 14 of the best landscape websites to inspire you and instructions to help you build your own.

1. Mango Paving & Landscaping

Mango Paving & Landscaping Ltd. has a clean design, eye-catching colors, and professional photos on every page. These elements of their brand help them stand out from competitors.

What they do well: 

2. AMC Nursery & Landscaping

The AMC Nursery & Landscaping home page includes a company About section. This quickly tells website visitors who AMC is, how long they’ve been around, and what services they provide.

image of AMC Nursery's website

What they do well: 

  • An online shop for customers to purchase shrubs, trees, and planting supplies
  • Online request form to easily capture new leads
  • A comprehensive list of the commercial and residential services they offer

3. JT Madison Landscaping & Snow

JT Madison Landscaping & Snow includes their contact details, social media links, and a “free estimate” call to action button in their site header. That way the information shows up on every page, making it easy for visitors to see and use.

Screenshot of JT Madison Landscaping demonstrating a landscaping website example

What they do well: 

  • Separate pages for their different types of services
  • Links to their business social media profiles
  • Visible phone number on every page

4. Dragons Landscaping

Dragons Landscaping separates their services into individual pages, with images and descriptions for each. This makes it easy for visitors to learn more about the exact services they’re looking for.

image of Dragons Landscaping website home page

What they do well: 

  • Outlines their four step process so potential clients know exactly what to expect
  • Includes information about their financing program
  • Provides links to their YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram accounts

5. Primero TX Landscaping

Primero TX Landscaping provides visitors with reasons to hire them from the moment they land on their website by showcasing their Angi award and images of completed projects.

image of Primero TX Landscaping website

What they do well: 

  • Showcase their work with a landscaping project gallery full of before-and-after photos 
  • Link to their Facebook and Instagram profiles
  • List the different types of clients they work with

6. NV Landscapes LLC

NV Landscapes LLC uses video case studies to show off their good work—a popular choice with some of the best lawn care websites. Their videos include before-and-after footage that highlights the value of their work for potential customers.

image of NV Landscapes LLC website

What they do well: 

  • Build trust by placing their license number front and center on their homepage
  • Offer educational content for customers through their blog
  • Include an “About Us” page that outlines their business history and mission statement

7. Avanti Landscaping

Avanti Landscaping has a detailed About page with their company history, work process, and priorities. This page helps visitors get to know the business and builds a sense of trust.

image of Avanti Landscaping website

What they do well: 

  • Professionally designed website with easy-to-use navigation
  • Clearly list the services they offer and the areas they serve
  • Include Google reviews from happy customers

8. Nova Landscape & Design

Nova Landscape & Design not only has an About section on their home page, but also lists all of the locations they service. They have a chatbot to help visitors get answers to their questions, too.

image of Nova Landscape & Design website

What they do well: 

  • Regularly updated blog that provides helpful tips to visitors
  • Easy for customers to get in touch with their phone number, request form, and chat bot available on every page.
  • Promotes their customer referral program

9. Morris Landscaping & Tree Service

The Morris Landscaping & Tree Service website includes a free quote request form. By filling out the form, potential clients can book services online and get their projects started faster.

image of Morris Landscaping & Tree Services website

What they do well: 

  • Their online request form makes it easy for customers to request a quote
  • Build trust by including their arborist certification number
  • Include an image gallery of their past completed projects

10. Cedar Ridge Landscaping

Cedar Ridge Landscaping’s website is professionally designed and easy for potential customers to navigate—providing information on who they are, what they do, what they’ve done, and how to get in touch.

image of Cedar Ridge Landscaping website

What they do well: 

  • Clearly outline their process for both residential and commercial landscaping jobs
  • Provide pictures and bios of all their team members
  • Maintain consistent branding throughout with their logo, fonts, colors, and imagery

11. Best Bet Lawn

The Best Bet Lawn blog contains useful information about topics like lawn maintenance or hiring a landscaper. This makes Best Bet Lawn a trusted voice for landscaping content, which can help win them new clients.

image of Best Bet Lawn & Snow's blog web page

What they do well: 

  • A price estimator shows potential customers what they could be paying for the type of services they want
  • Information about who they are and why potential customers can trust their business
  • Contact information, including phone number and email address on every page

12. Kodiak Snowblowing & Lawn Care Inc.

Kodiak Snowblowing & Lawn Care Inc. lists their seasonal packages with pricing and what’s included. This helps visitors compare services before booking the option that’s right for them.

image of Kodiak Snowblowing's website

What they do well: 

  • List their full range of services right on their homepage
  • Make it easy for customers to request a quote
  • Provide their full contact details, including phone number, email address, and full business address

13. Raymond Landscaping

Raymond Landscaping includes positive client testimonials on their website. This tells visitors what a working relationship would look like and builds confidence in the business.

image of Raymond Landscaping's website

What they do well: 

  • Provide links to their social media profiles
  • Include reviews from past clients
  • Their gallery includes professional photos of past projects

14. Lawn Lovers

On the Lawn Lovers website, their branding stands out, with bright pops of fuschia and green that tells the customer where they should click next, and their slogan “Show your lawn some love”.

image of Lawn Lovers website

What they do well: 

  • Offer visitors the opportunity to sign up for their newsletter and learn more tips to protect their lawn
  • Provide a full list of services, service packages, and pricing
  • Before-and-after images show potential customers the difference they can make to their lawn.

What to include in your landscaping website design

To turn visitors into paying clients, your landscape website design should include:

  1. Service offerings: Share your landscaping services list, making sure to call out any niche or seasonal services like winter landscaping. This shows potential clients that you can meet their needs—and helps your website appear at the top of the search results.
  2. CTA: Use a strong, clear call to action (CTA) so visitors know what to do next. As a general rule, you should ask them to contact you, whether it’s to book services or get a free estimate.
  3. Contact details: Provide your phone number, email address, and a contact form that visitors can fill out to request more information.
  4. Reviews and testimonials: Use a tool like Nicejob to gather reviews and testimonials from past clients, then share them on your website. You can also include other details that build trust, like your business insurance number or BBB rating. If your state requires a landscaping license, as in California, make sure to include that information.
  5. Business information: Share background info about your business on an About page, or write an FAQ section to answer common client questions. Include your service area to help ensure you only get work requests from potential clients in your community.
  6. Team and career info: If you have a team or are hiring landscaping employees, you’ll want to include a team page and a careers page on your lawn service website. This makes it easy for potential employees to learn about your business and apply for a role.
  7. Useful blog: Some landscape websites offer blogs with information about creating and maintaining home landscapes. You can write regularly scheduled content for homeowners to show that you understand their needs. It also helps them find you online.
  8. Professional design: Use a website builder to design a website that looks great and stands out from competitors. Your design should include high-quality images (like before-and-after photos) that show your ideal clients what to expect from you.
  9. Strong branding: Your service business branding includes everything from your logo, colors, and fonts to your mission and values. Apply your brand to make sure visitors recognize you through your site—and that they see you as professional and legitimate.

READ MORE:How this landscaper built a $3 million business with Jobber

How to make a landscaping website

There are three ways to build a professional website: do it yourself using a site builder, hire a freelance developer to build it, or ask a web agency to create it from top to bottom.

Whichever option you choose, here’s how the process will go:

1. Buy a domain. You’ll need to buy a URL for your website, then re-register it every year. You can buy your domain during the setup process if you’re using a site builder, or you can use a registrar like GoDaddy.

2. Design your site. If you’re using a site builder like WordPress, Squarespace, or Wix, you can customize a template to make your own landscaping web design. If you’re working with a developer or an agency, you’ll plan your design together and they’ll build it for you.

3. Add the essential pages and content. To make it easier for customers to find the information they’re after, sort your content into the following pages:

  • A homepage that tells visitors who you are, what you do, and how they can contact you.
  • A services page that shows future clients everything you offer without having to get in touch. 
  • An about page that includes your licenses and certifications, awards, experience, and company values.
  • A testimonials page that shares positive reviews from Google or Facebook.
  • A contact page with your company name, phone number, email address, online booking form, and service area.

JT Madison Landscaping & Snow uses Jobber’s online quote request forms to quickly capture new leads right from their website.

image of JT Madison Landscaping's online booking form

4. Make your site easier to find on search engines. Help your site appear at the top of the search engines by applying some SEO (search engine optimization) basics. You can hire professional SEO services or do it yourself with these tips:

  • Include keywords potential customers would use to look for your services, like “garden design,” “hardscape,” or “backyard design”
  • Include terms a potential customer would use to search for landscaping services in their neighborhood, like “New York landscaping services,” or “landscapers in Chicago”
  • Create a Google Business Profile that includes your contact information, website URL, landscaping services, and photos of completed projects

5. Set up analytics. Use Google Analytics and Search Console to track who’s visiting your site, how they got there, and how your site is performing on Google.

6. Share your site. Once your site is live, you should email clients, print new business cards, and update your Google Business and social media profiles with your URL.

7. Update regularly. Add new photos and testimonials to your site whenever you can.

READ MORE: Marketing for Landscapers: 15 Strategies to Grow Your Business

Get inspired by the cool landscaping websites above, then follow our tips  to build a great landscaping website that attracts potential clients and turns them into paying customers in no time.

Want to go even deeper on this topic? Learn how to optimize your website for more leads and higher rankings on the Masters of Home Service podcast.

Originally published in February 2022. Last updated on January 15th, 2024.

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