YardDoc Service Areas in Travis County, TX

Serving Communities In and Near Travis County, Texas

Here’s how we’ve helped homeowners all over Travis County, Texas with their lawn, garden, pest control needs, and more! Professional Service and Personal Care – this is our motto and our guarantee! If you don’t see your city listed, give us a call as we may serve other areas on a case-by-case basis.

 

Travis County strives to protect its natural beauty so it can remain a destination for outdoor recreation. Travis County asks homeowners to practice the least-toxic lawn management solutions they can find. Our approach to pest control meets county goals of encouraging beneficial insects, and our lawn treatment approach meets the goal of limiting fertilizer use in favor of fostering nutrient-rich soil instead.

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Austin

The city of Austin encourages Integrated Pest Management for all pest control services. Our holistic, organic approach aligns perfectly with IPM to use prevention techniques and the least toxic methods. The Austin leadership recognizes that home maintenance, repair, and yard management can be stressful. They offer several helpful “Austin is My Home” guides and programs.

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Barton Creek

Just west of downtown Austin in Travis County, Barton Creek is home to nearly 1,600 people. Customers who live here tell us it’s quiet and safe, and neighborly. They appreciate the wooded areas and wildlife, walking or biking the Wilderness Park Trail, and the variety of home styles and lot sizes. YardDoc’s humane wildlife relocation service is appreciated here. Outdoor living space is popular as many homeowners enjoy outdoor kitchens, pergolas, and large paver patios.

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Bee Cave

Colonies of Mexican honeybees gave Bee Cave its name. Bees are essential to our ecosystem, and if they become a concern on your property, we will not exterminate them, instead relocating the hive to a safer area. Lush and green most of the year, homeowners rely on YardDoc to provide lawn care services to maintain the area’s natural beauty.

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Cedar Park

Cedar Park stretches across both Travis County and Williamson County. Many Cedar Park homeowners ask for help with water conservation and irrigation system scheduling. Lake Travis may experience low water levels at certain times of the year, and outdoor irrigation of lawns is the single most significant contributor to water waste. That’s why planting the right kind of sod is essential: it allows Cedar Park homeowners to take care of their yards while using much less water.

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Georgetown

Plenty of our Georgetown homeowners would rather spend time at Blue Hole Park instead of doing yard work on the weekends. We can hardly blame them, so we encourage them to come to us for all their yard work needs. They can swim while we mow, weed, trim, and care for the landscaping plants. It’s a win-win for us both!

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Lakeway

Lakeway landscapes have to contend with all the deer that live in the region. Those deer really love to snack on the landscaping. So when we design Lakeway gardens, we choose native plants that deer don’t enjoy, such as zinnias, pansies, and Lantana. Our fence installation services keep the deer out, too!

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Leander

Part of both Travis County and Williamson County, Leander is another city with major water management problems. It’s vital to time irrigation system activations correctly to avoid water violations. Leander residents benefit greatly from xeriscaping, which uses much less water for the lawn and the landscape while continuing to look gorgeous.

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Lost Creek

Lost Creek, an enclave of about 1200 homes on the West side of Austin, is one of the best neighborhoods in the entire state. This resident-run area is rich with beautiful landscaping, parks, and trails, as well as exceptional neighbors who regularly devote their time and energy to keeping the neighborhood as gorgeous as possible.

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Pflugerville

It’s not hard to see why Pflugerville is one of Austin’s fastest-growing suburbs. Located almost entirely in Travis County, there’s an excellent school system, home prices are reasonable, and Lake Pflugerville offers plenty of ways to play in nature. If you want your lawn and landscape to be worthy of this beautiful community, we can help with a full suite of landscaping services.

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Rollingwood

Rollingwood is one of the best suburbs to live in Texas. You get a small-town lifestyle without ever getting too far from everything Austin offers. Many of our Rollingwood residents enjoy relaxing and entertaining in their backyards. We provide the additional living space to do just that by installing pergolas, decks, and firepits.

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Round Rock

Located in both Travis County and Williamson County, Round Rock is another community where residents often have to contend with water restrictions. This can make lawn and landscape upkeep very challenging. Native plant landscaping and xeriscaping are great strategies for making water restrictions a non-issue and saving on water use overall.

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Spanish Oaks

Spanish Oaks is one of Bee Cave’s most exclusive communities. Residents can live a resort-style lifestyle year-round without leaving their neighborhood. Unfortunately, it also means contending with a reasonably strict HOA! While we haven’t heard any horror stories about people measuring the grass with a ruler, we have heard that keeping properties up to neighborhood standards takes a lot of work. Our lawn, landscaping, and handyperson services can help.

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Spicewood

Spicewood stretches across both Travis County and Burnet County, and it is an incredible place to live. Residents tell us how much they enjoy the beautiful surroundings and the opportunity to visit places like Krause Springs. Many residents also have pools of their own, which is why they enjoy our pool care services so much. We ensure Spicewood homeowners have a clean, gorgeous pool all year round. Then, when pools break, we’re there to repair them. It’s just our little contribution to helping homeowners in this community enjoy their Central Texas lifestyles.

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Steiner Ranch

Steiner Ranch is a beautifully planned community in Austin. Yet life in this community isn’t always perfect. For example, residents in this community have to keep an eye out for Oak Wilt, a destructive fungus which can destroy oak trees. That’s why many Steiner Ranch residents are relieved to call us. Meeting Oak Wilt regulations is part and parcel of our landscape management services, so our customers don’t ever have to worry about this tree disease again.

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Tarrytown

This classic west Austin neighborhood has some of the most exciting and well-designed houses in the city. The homeowners in Tarrytown usually want to ensure those homes are offset by equally interesting and well-designed landscapes. That’s where we come in. We present a 3D landscaping plan and put it into action. We then take care of that landscape all year round.

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West Lake Hills

A family-friendly suburb just six miles south of Austin, West Lake Hills is an appealing neighborhood surrounded by a bustling community. The homes here all have a one-acre minimum, which means expansive gardens and landscapes to maintain in both the front and back of the house. Few, if any, of the busy professionals who live in this neighborhood want to spend time and energy maintaining their lawns and gardens, so our full suite of lawn and landscaping services comes in handy for preserving curb appeal and property values.

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