Fall Clean-Up Services In Ancaster
A good fall clean-up program involves removing the lawn debris and preparing your Ancaster landscape for winter. A fall clean-up service from Lay of The Land protects your landscape from the harsh winter weather and ensures its healthy growth after the cold season ends.
Our grounds care professionals have provided Ancaster residents with reliable Fall Clean-Up services since 2007. Our professionals are fully trained and well equipped to prepare your property for the coming cold months so that the lush richness of your landscape is preserved.
With our fall clean-up programs, you can prevent plant diseases and ensure your Ancaster landscape doesn't get smothered by the snowfall. We offer flexible programs which can be tailored to meet the unique needs of your property and budget.
Our Fall Clean-Up Services
- Landscape Clean-Up
- Lawn Fertilizing
- Garden Fertilizing
- Tree & Shrub Pruning
- Plant Dividing
- Soil Aerating
- Fall Bulb Planting
- Dead Leaf & Branch Removal
Fall Clean-Ups For Healthy Landscapes
Winter in Ancaster brings harsh weather conditions which can kill your landscape elements and vegetation. Trees will go bare, shrubs will become overrun with dead leaves and branches, weeds will attempt to settle in your flower beds, the grass will go yellow and limp, and any water elements or other garden structures will freeze over.
This is a crucial time to protect your beautiful landscape with our fall clean-up services. We start by putting your flower beds and gardens "to bed." This is done by airing out the soil that has been compacted over the year, leveling and reseeding, fertilizing to restore nutrient levels that were diminished over the summer and prune back to give your flowers room.
We can also plant flower bulbs that you'll be able to enjoy for a spring season bloom. Our fall clean-up services can give your plants a fighting chance during the harshest time of Mother Nature's wrath.
After the gardens and beds are addressed, we'll move to the debris removal. All dead leaves will be removed in a manner that does not damage your lawn. This ensures the grass isn't smothered to death after it snows.
The turf can be aerated, fertilized, and watered to ensure it has a chance to grow a healthy layer before the winter sets in. Trees and shrubs are also pruned heavily. This will prevent them from being stifled by overgrowth of dead branches and leaves.
After taking these steps, your landscape will be properly protected from the harsh cold and set up for success come Spring time. The idea is to prevent the damage that cold weather brings and make the restoration process a quick and easy process.
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