Spring cleaning begins inside your home. However, to achieve its full rejuvenating qualities, that process should extend outdoors.
In most circumstances, it’s best to survey the landscape before taking any action. Now that the weather is trending in a warm direction, the initial assessment can take place.
Refresh Your Damaged Lawn
Once the last remains of snow have melted away and the grass starts to turn green, the state of your lawn and landscaping will come into focus.
Does your grass have the appearance of a well-maintained golf course? Or does it look like the dusty home field of the Bad News Bears?
If the latter sounds accurate, reinforcing the surface with grass seed and fertilizer could be the proper course of action.
Cut & Clear Your Landscape
Your hair isn’t the only thing in need of a trim!
Dead or damaged limbs need to be cut back or removed, as well as clearing obstructions of overgrown bushes, shrubbery, flowers. Tidiness is essential near walkways, patios, and other high-traffic areas.
Wash Away Dirt & Grime
As we spend more time in natural sunlight, the effects of seasonal allergies often ramp up.
Powerwashing these areas in conjunction with cleaning outdoor furniture is often an overlooked aspect of the Spring cleaning process, which will minimize those circumstances.
Seasonal shifts are nature’s way of hitting the reset button.
If you think that your property could use a makeover, but you don’t know where to start or what steps to take, contact the tree service professionals at B&B Tree Service, and we’ll help guide you through the process.