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Raking leaves during the fall is the best way to ensure that your lawn remains healthy and free from pests and diseases, especially if you are dealing with large quantities of leaves. Thick layers of leaves covering your turf blocks your grass from receiving the air, nutrients, sunlight and water that it needs to remain healthy. However, mulching is quicker and a more efficient leaf removal routine; mulched leaves left on the lawn creates a natural fertilizer, providing water and nitrogen.



  • Clearing leaves, branches, debris, and trash

  • Clearing composting debris

  • Mowing the lawn (if needed)

  • Cleaning and edging flower and garden beds

  • Prep and seed damaged areas of the lawn

  • Pruning and trimming small trees and shrubs

  • Cut back and divide perennials as needed

  • Fertilizing and aerating the lawn

  • Pull out any early weeds

  • Applying pre and post-emergent weed control

  • Applying pest control treatments

  • Planting flowers


  • Clearing leaves, branches, debris, and trash

  • Tackling post-emergent weeds

  • Removing or trimming messy plants

  • Pull out old annuals 

  • Mulching with organic materials




  • Prune or trim hedges and shrubs

  • Remove low hanging tree limbs

  • Power wash porches, patios, decks, sidewalks, and driveways

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