Fall lawn maintenance Red Deer
Leaves raking service Red Deer
Fall Clean-Up - includes all fall lawn maintenance and services required including leaves raking. We can do it all or just what you need. See our checklist below and feel free to ask if there is anything you would like us to add. Call today for a free quote to receive our great price, and get started on your lawn before that snow flies!
Here is our Fall Checklist:
Fall Tips: Continue watering! Most people tend to stop at this time but in the fall your lawn still needs one inch of water per week to keep the roots hydrated over the winter. Also don't forget to drain your hoses, turn off valves and store them away in your garage or shed. It's less fun to do that when it's snowing - my own personal testimony.
We are proud of our Safety Record and believe every situation is unique. Please feel free to ask about any concerns for your family, pets, employee traffic, or anything else that we can work with you to give you Peace of mind.
Family and Community comes first - we are a business that relies on support from the community and its families. Good service still goes far as well as word of mouth. We believe if we work with each client individually that we can offer what they really need, and maintain a good relationship that continues as a good friendship. Not everything needs to be so robotic that you lose sight of the values that got us here in the first place. Honesty, understanding, and the value of how to serve a customer is becoming a lost art. We understand this and it sets us apart from the rest. Please see our reviews, or better yet let us come and work for you!
Our service will blow you away.
Ask about our BRONZE/SILVER/GOLD Packages
Let it Snow Let it Grow
Our Fall lawn maintenance program is taken seriously. this is the stage where you are prepping your lawn and yard for the winter. Just because your lawn is under a foot of snow doesn't' mean it has stopped growing. Your grass is still living and needs to have the substance to maintain itself until spring arrives. Think of your lawn like a bear in hibernation.
Lawns will be okay with some leaves left behind but the majority of those leaves should be put on top of your garden soil or composted for spring.
Thanks for keeping your business local and serving your community!