Leaves constitute most of the yard trash, and their quantity is a major factor in determining cleanup cost. Essentially, the greater the quantity of leaves, the more you pay. The removal methods also vary in price (e.g. blowing costs around 10-30% less than manual picking.) Oh, and don't worry, we make sure not to blow your leaves onto a neighbor’s lawn.
Rain and snowfall can drag all types of trash into your yard, sometimes hiding it beneath the snow or leaves. Call us for a solution.
Dump and haul away
If you don’t have the means or the time to dispose of the removed debris, paying for it to be carted away to a safe disposal is the next best option, and costs depend on the volume of waste and distance it has to be carted.
Landscaped bed maintenance
Snow during the winter can destroy decorative plants and mulch beds, along with their borders. This alone generally calls for a standard re-edging, redefining the borders of the bed, and reseeding damaged sections.
Trimming shurbs and removing dead foliage
Shrubs are trimmed to remove unsightly, dying limbs and to make room for new growth. This is typically done during a spring cleanup, after the weather warms up.
Downspout and Rain Gutter Cleaning
Proper maintenance and cleaning of your home’s gutters and downspouts is about more than keeping the exterior of your home looking tidy. It may also prevent damage to your home’s interior, by lowering the chances of flood damages reaching the foundation and walls, and leaks in the roof due to seepage of water.
Gutters and downspouts should be cleaned and checked for signs of disrepair at least twice a year. Typically, the best times to do this are late in the spring and early in the fall.
Your lawn needs occasional weed removal to keep it in good health, and this can be done either by pulling up weeds by hand, hoe, or through the application of a chemical weed killer. Using a hoe for the same job can cost up to 20% more than manual removal, but it does afford a cleaner result. The use of chemicals can be a more complex job, due to the safety precautions required, but can also cut the cost of weed removal by 30-70%.
installing new mulch
After cleanup, new mulch may be added to suppress new weed growth and conserve soil moisture. Mulch can be wood bark, wood chips, or shredded leaves.
We offer a full range of exterior pressure washing and moss removal services. We're prepared to work on your home's roof, concrete, driveway, siding, patio, deck,