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Contrary to what the current forecast might be telling you, Spring is IN FACT on the way.

We promise.

Since it’s not here yet, we think it is a good idea to get spring plans in order now so that you don’t find yourself with a surprise springtime family visit while your back yard looks like the Hindenburg just landed in it.

First things first:  If you didn’t have a fall cleanup, you will probably need a Spring Cleanup.


The polar opposite of potpourri.


Not getting Fall cleanup means you have an entire Summer’s worth of leaves in your yard with an entire Winter’s worth of rot going to town on it.  What this also means: your yard is going to smell.  For that fact alone, you are going to want to get rid of them ASAP (and make yourself a mental note to do this in the Fall, when it is A LOT easier).


Protip: raking freshly fallen leaves in the Fall is a lot easier than raking wet/rotten leaves in the Spring.

 Step 1: Raking.

This is going to take a while.  These leaves are wet, heavy, and will not hold together well at all while you scramble to get them all into a pile so you can do SOMETHING with them.


Doing this also builds character.

Step 2: Pickup Sticks.

We mean this literally.  Aside from dropping leaves all over the place, trees tend to drop a lot of twigs, sticks, and sometimes whole branches over the course of the Winter.  These need to be picked up and disposed of before the moisture and warmer temps get these rotting too.


Before, and after dethatching.

 Step 3: Dethatching.

Thatch is the layer of dead grassy junk and left over clippings that collects in-between the healthy green layer of your lawn and the soil.  Removing this stuff will help the healthy part of your lawn get a solid start AND it will help expose the soil to sunlight, oxygen, and water.

Dethatching is best done prior to the first mow of the season and we can provide that service for you. 

why choose a lawn care professional?

There are many advantages to having a professional landscaping company do your regular lawn care chores for you. Think of all the time you’ll be saving with a professional service.

You won’t have to pay for a new lawn mower anymore when the old one breaks down, which can easily cost in the neighborhood of three hundred to five hundred dollars, or one hundred seventy dollars for a lower end machine.

A professional landscaping company will trim back your bushes, cut your lawn to your specifications each week, water your garden, eliminate weeds, and more.

The cost of services varies depending on what company you choose to work with and the lawn care options you choose, not to mention the frequency with which you choose to have these services performed. All in all, like so many other home services of this kind, it really does pay for itself over time.

You will have more time to devote to your job and family, and the cost for new equipment to maintain your lawn with will become a thing of the past. This is something that is available most anywhere whether you live out in the country, in a small town, or in a thriving metro community.

Please call us for a free quote