Spring Clean-Up Service
Our spring clean-up service is the process of removing all leaves, branches and other debris that have accumulated over the course of the winter season throughout your property and landscape beds and hauling away the debris from your property.
March is notoriously unpredictable. Shrubs can be crusty with snow on the first of the month, and then, a couple of weeks later, temperatures can warm up enough for flower and leaf buds to show signs of life.
Still, some early spring cleanup tasks are sure things this time of year. So let us go ahead and remove burlap from trees and shrubs as the weather warms. Prune away winter-killed branches to make room for new growth. Cut back spent perennials and pull up old annuals if you didn’t get around to it last fall. Then look around. “March is a good time to take stock of your yard and see if it’s time to thin out crowded beds and do some transplanting to fill in bare spots,”
Fall Clean-Up Service
Our fall clean-up service is the process of removing all leaves, branches and other debris that have accumulated over the course of the summer season throughout your property and landscape beds and hauling it away from your property. This service is a great way to prepare your lawn and property for the Virginia winter season.
Your lawn needs to be properly put to bed and your home needs to be prepared for the upcoming winter and spring.
Clean the Rain Gutters
Rain gutters play an important role when the damp winter hits. You want to ensure that clogs are removed with a hose or hand shovel to allow proper drainage. When cleaning the gutters, be sure not to reach out too far while standing on a ladder. Get down and move the ladder instead so you don’t find yourself sprawled out on your lawn. Once you’re done cleaning the gutters, you’ll still have more outdoor cleaning to do and can’t afford an injury now.
Trim the Trees and Plants
You may notice from your lovely ladder view that there are trees that should be trimmed. The best way to trim your trees is to use a chainsaw on the heavy branches and some pruning shears for the smaller ones.
Plant Spring Bulbs
Finally, if you want to have a beautiful yard when spring comes you have to plant spring bulbs. While other neighbors are going to be rushing to their yards to plant in the summer, you will be confident when your work in the fall yields beautiful plants in the spring. Some options for eye-catching, early-blooming flowers and plants are tulips, purple crocus, and whimsical snow drops.