Spring & Fall Yard Cleanup

No mess too big or too small

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Aesthetic appeal

A thorough leaf cleanup improves the appearance of your landscape by keeping it tidy and well-maintained. This enhances your property's curb appeal and creates a more enjoyable outdoor space for you and your family.

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Lawn health

Clearing leaves from your lawn during spring or fall helps maintain its health by preventing the formation of a dense leaf layer that can suffocate the grass, block sunlight, and create a breeding ground for diseases and pests. A well-maintained lawn promotes strong root systems and healthy grass growth throughout the year.

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Prevent Damage

Removing leaves and debris from your yard helps protect your hardscape features, such as patios, walkways, and driveways, from potential damage. Accumulated leaves can hold moisture, which may cause staining, algae growth, or even structural damage if left unaddressed. Regular cleanups help prolong the life of your hardscape elements and maintain their appearance.


By considering these property-related factors below, this will help ensure that the we can effectively address your property’s unique needs, leading to a healthier and more attractive landscape.:

  1. Size and complexity: Evaluate the size and complexity of your property, including the lawn area, garden beds, and hardscape features. This will help you communicate your needs to the landscape company and ensure they have the necessary resources and expertise to handle your specific requirements.
  2. Types of plants and trees: Take inventory of the types of plants, trees, and shrubs present on your property. This information will help the landscape company understand the unique care and maintenance needs of your landscape and provide appropriate cleanup services.
  3. Specific problem areas: Identify any problem areas in your yard, such as overgrown vegetation, accumulated debris, or areas prone to pests or diseases. Communicate these concerns to the landscape company to ensure they address these issues during the cleanup.
  4. Yard waste disposal: Consider your local regulations and options for disposing of yard waste, such as composting, using the waste as mulch, or curbside pickup. Discuss these options with the landscape company to ensure they follow the appropriate disposal methods.
  5. Environmental concerns: If you have specific environmental concerns, such as using eco-friendly practices, avoiding chemical treatments, or protecting wildlife habitats, communicate these preferences to the landscape company. This will ensure that they provide cleanup services aligned with your values.
  6. Budget: Determine your budget for the spring or fall yard cleanup. This will help you select a landscape company that offers services within your price range while still meeting your property’s needs.
Landscaping Services


Spring and fall yard cleanups typically include leaf and debris removal, pruning and trimming of trees and shrubs, mulching, edging garden beds, and aeration or overseeding of the lawn. Services can vary depending on your specific property needs.

The cost of a yard cleanup depends on the size and complexity of your property, as well as the specific services required. We will provide you with an estimate to ensure you understand the scope of work and pricing.

A yard cleanup is typically recommended at least once during the spring and once during the fall. The exact timing may depend on your local climate, the types of plants and trees on your property, and your landscape's specific needs.

We do offer seasonal planting services, such as planting annuals, perennials, or bulbs, during spring or fall yard cleanups. Discuss your planting preferences with the estimator to ensure they can accommodate your requests.

The duration of a yard cleanup depends on the size and complexity of your property and the specific services required. Smaller properties may only take a few hours, while larger or more complex properties may require a full day or more.

We provide eco-friendly cleanup options, such as  composting yard waste, or avoiding chemical treatments. Discuss your environmental concerns with the company to ensure their services align with your values.

While it's not always necessary for you to be present during the cleanup, it may be helpful to meet with the landscaping crew at the beginning of the job to discuss your expectations, address any concerns, and provide access to your property.

We dispose of yard waste responsibly, following local regulations and disposal options such as composting, using the waste as mulch, or arranging for curbside pickup. They will ensure a clean and tidy work area after the cleanup is completed.

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