Yard, Spring & Fall Clean-up

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For yard, spring & fall clean-up our leaf blowers tidy up your lawn, driveway, patios and porches and because electric tools are half as loud we'll do so without telling your whole neighborhood about it.

Our Spring/Fall clean up removal services are designed to quickly and efficiently rid your residential or commercial property of unwanted leaves,sticks, and debris littering the property as a result of the change of seasons. .

Our landscaping and lawn care services provide the care and attention your property needs with none of the hassle. Make your Spring or Fall cleanup easier this year with our leaf removal services

A "Clean" Yard Clean-up Every Time

It helps to know that the lawns, garden, and the rest of your landscaping need care after the winter months to prepare for the growing season. Spring clean up can help you achieve this. Also, it allows you to enhance the aesthetics of your landscape.

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Spring Clean-up

Hurray! After winter, lawns are cluttered with piled up fallen leaves all over the ground, preventing air and nutrients to pass through the soil and nurture plants. Tree branches and other foliage need to be picked up. Besides creating a messy appearance, these items need to be removed for your lawn to grow and to allow for mowing.

As the weather warms, we'll jump ahead of it and perform the following spring clean-up tasks.

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Frequently Asked Questions

To keep your lawn looking its best year-round, weekly mowing is advised. Increasing the time between cuttings will result in more overgrowth and weeds, especially in the Spring and Summer months when your grass grows a lot faster. When mowing, make sure your lawn mover blades are always sharp and clean to prevent damage to the grass. Regular, weekly mowing will help your grass to grow thicker and prevent weed growth. It will also remove any brown or damaged grass tips and stimulate new, healthy growth. Here are some helpful tips for mowing lawn care questions:

Don't mow your lawn in the same direction every time you mow. This can compact the soil and cause grass to lean and grow in the direction it was mowed. By mowing in a different direction each time, you will help the grass grow more upright.

If your lawn is long and overgrown, don't try to mow it down all at once. This will put significant stress on your grass and create the potential for dead grass. Mow one-third of the grass height, let grass recover for three or four days, then mow again.

Never mow your lawn when the grass is wet. Mowing wet grass causes an uneven cut that leaves a messy appearance. Wet grass clipping will also clog your lawn mower and cause more frequent mower maintenance.
Depending on the types of trees on your property, leaves may continuously drop throughout the fall season. Our crews will pick up leaves when we’re servicing the property on their weekly visits, so often our clients will think their official Fall Clean Up has already taken place. This can be cause for anxiety, especially if they know that more leaves will continue to fall.As mentioned above, our official Fall Clean Ups are much more comprehensive than simply blowing leaves from flower beds.


We sometimes recommend two Fall Leaf Clean Ups for properties we service with an abundance of trees. If needed, all additional clean ups are typically included in your initial contract.
Fall Clean Ups go far beyond removing leaves from your landscape. We prune and cut back perennials and ornamental grasses as well. Most of these plants begin to go dormant in the late fall, and cutting them back during this time instead of in the spring ensures that their development isn't hindered later during the growing season. For more information, check out this article on dormant pruning.
The operation typically starts in mid-April, weather permitting, and continues for approximately 5-6 weeks. If temperatures warm up earlier in April, some preliminary cleaning activities may be undertaken with a focus on the downtown area, major routes, bridges, and overpasses.
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