Yardly

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Become A Yardly Provider

Earn money on your own terms while providing beautiful lawns for your friends, neighbors, and communities.

Get Started

A Day In The Life

Decide When You Want To Work

Feel like working? Pick a time that’s right for you.

Open The App And Accept A Job

Browse through available jobs close to you and accept one.

Complete The Job

Complete the lawn care job you pick and upload a picture of your work.

Get Paid

Your earnings get deposited directly into your account at the end of every other week.

Why Work With Yardly?

Make More Money

Lawn care is a competitive industry. Yardly finds customers in your area for you so that you spend less time driving and more time making money.

Save time on red tape and paperwork

No one enjoys the hassle of advertising, customer service, and invoicing. Let us handle that for you so that you can focus on running your business.

Work according to your schedule

Balancing work with life can be a challenge. Yardly lets you work as much or as little as you like and assigns work to you accordingly.

Become A Provider Today

Requirements & Applying

How do I become a Yardly Independent Service Provider?
Simply fill out the provider application form and a Yardly representative will contact you shortly. Each applicant is individually vetted by Yardly for competency, reliability, and character.
What documents and requirements are mandatory for all applicants?
All Yardly Independent Service Providers must meet 4 basic requirements to work on the Yardly platform. These include submitting identification documents, having professional experience, and undergoing a criminal background check. All Yardly Independent Service Provider must also have an iPhone or Android phone as well as all necessary equipment to complete the services that they wish to work. Yardly's complete list of documentation requirements if available here.
Do I need insurance or a business license?
No. You only need insurance and a business license if you would like to become a Yardly Pro provider. If you do not have your own insurance, you will be covered under Yardly's insurance plan.
What is Yardly Pro and how can I sign up for it?
Yardly Pros are those who already have their own General Liability insurance. To become a Pro provider, you will need $2 million General Liability Insurance.
Do I have to be a part of an established company to work as a Yardly service provider?
No. Anyone who successfully completes our vetting process can work as a Yardly service provider.
Do I have to work full-time to be a Yardly service provider?
No. Yardly service providers get to set their own hours and work as much, or as little as they please.

Using the App

Where can I get the provider app?
The app is available on both the App Store and the Google Play Store, however login information will not be available until the application process is completed.
Do I need the app to work as a service provider?
Yes. The app is the only way to browse and accept jobs. It is available on both iPhone and Android devices and can be browsed on mobile phones and tablets.
How do I browse and accept jobs?
The queue page contains a list of all of the jobs available in your area, including the addresses and neighborhood locations of each available job, the size of the property, and the money you would earn upon completion of the job. To accept a job, simply select it from the job queue page.
How do I take before and after photos using the app?
Once you’ve accepted a job on the job queue page, you will be required to take before and after photos to start and complete the job. This is done in-app on the specific job page, which can be viewed on the 'Accepted' Page in the app menu.
Can I communicate with Yardly using the app?
Not currently. Yardly is currently in the process of building and integrating an instant messenger within the app that will allow service partners to communicate with our partner support representatives within the app.

Doing the Work

Do I have to work within certain set hours?
Yardly requires all work be completed within city noise bylaw hours.
How long do I have to complete a task?
All Yardly jobs must be completed within 6 hours of accepting the order.
What order information do I get from Yardly?
Yardly provides you with the address, area, price, service type, property type, and additional details/customer specifications for each job.
Is there anything I need to complete before I can begin accepting jobs?
After your application is accepted, you will be sent a welcome package that includes Yardly quality standards, and primers on best practices. These standards and best practices should be reviewed before starting to work.
Why do I need to take before and after photos of any work done?
Before and after photos are required both for your protection and the customer’s convenience. Before photos should be taken of any existing damage on the customer’s property.
Do I have to handle negotiation, payment, invoicing, or customer services?
No, Yardly does all of that for you. All you have to do is select and complete whatever jobs you would like to work on.

Incidents & Issues

What should I do if the customer’s order doesn’t match the property type?
Yardly customers generally provide honest and accurate descriptions of their properties. If there are any discrepancies, please take a picture of the property and contact Yardly. We will contact the customer on your behalf and adjust the price and order type accordingly.
What should I do if I’m having issues with the app?
You may send an email with your query to providers@yardly.ca, or reach a Yardly Provider Support Representative through contact information given to you after your successful onboarding.
What is the best way to contact Yardly if I have any questions about completing a job?
Each Yardly service provider receives contact information for a dedicated provider support representative who can assist you with any questions you might have about completing a job. Yardly representatives are available during all working hours.
What do I do if there are obstructions on the customer’s property that are preventing me from completing my work?
Small objects should be moved by the Yardly Service Provider before beginning work, and returned upon completion. Removing large obstructions and hindrances to work is the customer's responsibility. In the event of a large obstruction, do your best to work around it. Take a photograph of the obstruction and contact Yardly and we will speak to the customer on your behalf.
How do I report an issue I’m having with a job, a customer, or anything else?
Get in contact with the Yardly support team, who will work with you to find a solution.

Getting Paid

How are prices calculated?
Each service visit is assigned a unique price based on three factors: the size of the work area, the conditions of the property, and the frequency of service the customer has ordered. All providers are paid for each service visit they complete.
How do I get paid?
Once your application has been processed and you've been accepted, you must submit a direct deposit form or void cheque to Yardly. We use direct deposit to send your earnings directly to your bank account.
Does Yardly take a commission?
Yes. Yardly takes a 25% commission for all service providers and an additional 5% commission fee for Yardly insurance coverage if applicable.
How often do I get paid?
Yardly service providers get their earnings directly deposited into their bank accounts on a bi-weekly basis.
How do I report my income taxes as a Yardly service partner?
Yardly service providers are not employees of Yardly. They are independent contractors and responsible for reporting their income taxes as such.

Contracts & Agreements

Can I read the Independent Contractor Agreement before applying?
Absolutely. The full agreement can be found here.

Have More Questions?

Contact Support:

1‑866‑292‑7359

providers@yardly.ca

Yardly is currently serving the following municipalities with plans to expand to all Canadian cities soon!

Calgary Area Calgary Airdire Chestermere Cochrane

Edmonton Area Edmonton St. Albert Sherwood Park Ft. Saskatchewan Spruce Grove Stony Plain Beaumont Leduc

Winnipeg