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Spring Yard Maintenance

Spring Yard Maintenance

Feb 02, 2016

Spring fever seems to start earlier and earlier in this town, despite the fact that our 2015 snowfall was only slightly above average. That’s fine with us, we’ve got the fever too, and we can’t wait to work in the sunshine and milder temperatures again. 

You heard the groundhog... Spring will be here before we know it, which means it’s time to get your plans in place for Spring yard maintenance. You don’t want to wait for the dirty snowbanks to melt to start your planning. Now’s the time to secure your spot on our Spring clean-up schedule. We’re already starting to hear from our commercial and residential clients who know better than waiting until March to do their planning. There’s nothing like being the envy of family, friends and neighbors when the snow finally melts and your property is already starting looking great again!

Call us over to do things like removing dead branches and twigs, clearing cluttered plant beds, removing moldy leaves, raking up lingering pine needles, and removing soggy newspaper plus other random, long forgotten debris. Not only does all of this stuff look bad, it’s harmful to the health of your landscape and can smother new growth. While we’re at it, we’d be happy to prune your trees, cut back your perennials and rake your grass to remove snow mold, repair sprinklers, perform maintenance on your water features and whatever else you need to restore your space to its former glory.  

Things like removing dead branches and twigs, clearing cluttered plant beds, removing moldy leaves, raking up lingering pine needles, removing soggy newspapers and other random, long forgotten debris are necessary. Not only does all of this stuff look bad, it’s harmful to the health of your landscape and can smother new growth. While you’re at it, go ahead and prune your trees, cut back your perennials and rake your grass to remove snow mold and get your space ready to return to its your former glory.

 

 

 

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