People tend to leave yard waste sitting in their yards because they don’t have the time or energy for debris cleanup. And if there are heavy things like fallen tree branches, they might not have the resources to haul them away. This can snowball into a mess because when things are obstructing a lawn, it’s hard to do landscaping or even mow your grass.
Categories of Yard Debris
A debris cleanup will remove your:
- Piles of old grass clippings
- Fallen tree branches
- Debris that’s been trimmed from bushes
- Fallen leaves
- Debris that fell after a storm
These are some examples, but a debris cleanup can include other things. When setting up your appointment, let us know what needs to be removed, and we’ll bring the necessary equipment.
Why Debris Cleanup is Important
Yard waste can be a real eyesore, especially if you plan to have company. It can also be in the way when children or pets are playing outside. In some cases, the debris can attract termites, other insects, and wild animals. And when it gets wet, mold and bacteria can form.
Doing a debris cleanup on your own can put you at risk for injury when there are heavy things that need to be removed, but it’s important to have them taken off your property. Debris tends to accumulate over time, so the sooner you arrange for this service, the better.
Why spend time worrying about yard debris cleanup when we can do the hard work for you and make your lawn look new again? Contact our office today to set up an appointment.