Fall clean ups and
leaf removal are offered starting around Oct. 1st or when the leaves are falling, and finish falling, or when ever you call to have them removed from your property! Fall Clean up and leaf removal
includes the following:
Blowing and raking out leaves from flower beds, gardens, and shrubs
Mulching and bagging of leaves, and sticks.
Disposal of yard material
Blowing off sidewalks and driveway
Fall clean up is based on some factors, such as:
Square Footage of lawn and landscape
Amount of leaves in the yard, wet leaves vs dry leaves, sticks, matted grass
Obstacles to work around or move in the yard
Terrain, such as steep hills, tight fenced areas
Because In the Fall there is nothing more beautiful than the changing colors of the fall leaves from green to red and gold, However, once the
leaves fall to the ground they can become an eyesore and eventually a rotting mess if they are not taken care of! Here are a few more factors that will help to determine the cost of leaf
How many trees? What kind of trees?
It stands to reason that the more trees you have on our property, the more dead leaves will build up and the more you will need removed. When you contact a professional about leaf removal , be
prepared to tell them approximately how many trees you have on your property and what types of trees they are (different trees produce different amount of leaves) so that they can give you an
accurate estimate of time and cost
Blowing or Removing?
Do you want your leaves blown off your lawn, or actually bagged, removed from your property and properly disposed of? If you want your leaves bagged and removed this will take a considerably larger
amount of time, and a lot more backbreaking labor to accomplish. This will cost you a lot more. If you choose to just have your leaves blown off your lawn, be careful that you are not just blowing
them onto someone else's lawn!
Vacuuming and Mulching
You may want to have your leaves vacuumed off your property. With this approach you have two options. You can have the leaves vacuumed, bagged and removed. This takes more time and work, but removes
the leaves completely. However you can decide to use your leaves as mulch in your garden. When the leaves have gone through the vacuum and been chopped up into dust, have the poured onto your garden
and water them to start the decomposition and they will make a great mulch. In this way you do something nice for your garden and save money to mulch in the process!
clean ups, you can also incorporate your mowing. The nice thing about adding the mowing is you have a nice clean cut lawn when finished. If this is something you would like, contact
us and we’ll take care of it for you
Check out the
Video for How the DR Leaf Vac PRO-XL Model works.
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