Spring Clean Up
Hard working homeowners often run out of time and energy when it comes to lawn care. It’s true, it takes a lot of time and dedication to keep your home looking impeccable and inviting to guests. Let's face it, bagging leaves and weeding can be time-consuming tasks. If you don't have the equipment, time, or patience, it can be very easy to neglect your lawn’s maintenance. There’s a reason people skip the manual labor and headache by hiring EastLake Tree & Lawn Services to do this for them. We have the right tools, experience, attitude, and know-how to get your property looking great!
If your home has shrubs, small deciduous or large evergreen trees our professional yard cleaning service will be able to help you. A professional yard cleaning service gives you the flexibility of combining different maintenance services including, shrub/tree pruning or trimming, leaf clean up and removal, weeding, and lawn mowing into one rate.
Our spring clean-up service includes removing all leaves, branches and other debris that have accumulated over the course of the winter season. We inspect your property and landscape beds for possible diseased plant and trees. As we approach the end winter, we need to reflect on the severity of disease each year and remember that most diseases survive winter within infected plant debris.
Fungal material such as mycelium, spores, or specialized reproductive structures may persist in the soil, in fallen leaves, or in dead branches remaining on the plant. Therefore, as a professional Tree & Lawn company, we can try to minimize the amount of fungal material that survives winter by removing all debris prior to grow season.
We offer a comprehensive spring clean up service that takes care of every detail when it comes to your lawn and landscape. Our spring clean up services may include:
- Mow all the grass
- Edge along sidewalks and driveways
- Line trim around flowerbeds, trees, fences, and other obstacles in the yard
- Blow off all hard surfaces including patios, sidewalks, and driveways
- Hand pull weeds over 3 inches
- Spray weeds less than 3 inches
- Trim bushes
- Prune away dead and damaged branches
- Cut back perennials as needed
- Clean up around plants, beds and boarders
- Deadhead spent flowers
- Apply fertilizer •Aeration •Apply seed to damaged or bare lawn areas
- After cleanup, new mulch may be added to suppress new weed growth and conserve soil moisture.
Mulching is one the easiest things you can do to your flower beds that provide a lot of bang for the buck. It improves soil texture, suppresses weeds, and conserves water. Mulching your beds is relatively inexpensive and provides your beds with a tidy and well-manicured look.