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Leaf Removal

As always, your guys did an excellent job. What they couldn't get with the leaf blower, they raked up, even the wet, moldy leaves. They even managed to get the leaves out of the flowerbeds without ruining the mulch.

-- Myles Allen. in Cincinnati OH

Leaf Removal

Paul and Dave are the best! After raking, they even let my son jump in the leaf pile before bagging all the yard waste.

-- Shawn Pascua. in Orlando FL

Leaf Removal

Andrew did a great job once again. He showed up on time and rushed to get the leaves up before it rained. And I have a large yard! Now my neighbors want to hire him.

-- Logan Dixon. in Round Rock TX

FAQ

question How often should I have my leaves removed?

  • Leaves ought to be removed from the lawn every few days in the fall. This rule of thumb may vary depending on your yard’s size, how quickly you are able to have leaves removed, and how many trees are around your home.
  • The thicker and wetter the layer of leaves, the sooner you should have the leaves removed.
  • Regular leaf removal ensures the health of your lawn and saves you time, energy, and money. A deep, heavy layer of leaves can kill your grass, invite diseases and pests, and require more backache and expenses.
  • When leaves pile up and you can no longer keep up with the raking, leaf blowing or leaf mulching, it’s time to hire a lawn care team for a fall yard cleanup.

question Can I just mow over my leaves?

  • Yes, you can mow over your leaves as a method of leaf removal. Mowing your leaves is environmentally friendly, breaks down the leaf layer, and can add nutrients to the soil.
  • Add a bag attachment to your mower that gathers the leaves as you mow, and then empty the bag into the compost pile. This method avoids dumping bags of leaves into the landfill.
  • You can skip the bag attachment altogether and mow over the leaves without it. Allow the shredded leaves to remain on the lawn as they will easily breakdown and nourish the soil.

question What's a fair price for leaf removal?

  • Leaf removal costs typically range between $30 and $550, though most homeowners typically pay around $95 for leaf removal.
  • Keep in mind this price will vary depending on location, how many trees and leaves are in your yard, and your yard’s size.

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