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SPRING CLEAN UP

*Pricing based upon average size lots (AVERAGE size lot <2,000 sqF)

*All thatch, clippings and leaves will be bagged and may be removed from the property at an additional cost.

*Properties that exceed the average time will be charged an additional $25.00/hour

*All aerated plugs will be left and not picked up for the health of the lawn 

$475 + GST

PLATINUM

  • 2-2.5 hours

  • Power Rake

  • Lawn Cut & Trim

  • Rock bed blowout / leaf clean up

  • Aeration

  • Fertilizer

  • Eavestrough Cleaning

$255 + GST

GOLD

  • 1.5-2 hours

  • Power Rake

  • Lawn Cut & Trim

  • Rock bed blowout / leaf clean up

  • Aeration

  • Fertilizer

SILVER

$225 + GST

  • 1.5-2 hours

  • Power Rake

  • Lawn Cut & Trim

  • Rock bed blowout / leaf clean up

  • Aeration

BRONZE

$160 + GST

  • 1-1.5 hours

  • Power Rake

  • Lawn Cut & Trim

“Let us help you create and maintain that lush green lawn you have always wanted”

 

In Alberta we face frigid winters that can be tough on lawns. Our spring clean up program promotes the growth of healthy and lush lawn from the get go. Here are a few important services in order to rejuvenate and promote healthy lawn growth and the role they play…

Power raking: Power raking is a process used to remove the thatches between the grassroots and soil. Thatches could be very healthy for the grass if they are between ½ to 1/3 inches, but if it exceeds this limit then it could damage the grass greatly. Thatches are made due to over-fertilization or over-watering. When thatches exceed the healthy limit, then they could keep the soil moisturized for too long, preventing sunlight to reach grass roots. Besides, it could lessen the grass’ capability to resist harsh weathers like dry and hot summers. To avoid all these issues, power raking your lawn is used to remove the unnecessary thatch and keep their growth healthy.

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Aeration: Lawn aeration can improve the overall health of your grass to provide the root zone with greater access to air, water, and fertilizer. This access to air, water, and nutrients improves the health of the turf, resulting in deeper and more extensive turf grass roots. Compacted soil can prevent air, water, and fertilizer from reaching your lawn’s root system, causing dead spots, patches and/or thinning.  By removing cores in the aeration process, soil density is decreased, thus relieving compaction. 

Fertilization: Lawn fertilization helps to prevent soil runoff. In addition to this, it will replenish the nutrients, ensuring that your lawn is healthy and lush. Thus, using fertilizers is a great lawn care solution. A healthy lawn that is well fertilized is more resistant to damage from pests. Even healthy soils can naturally develop nutrient deficiencies over time, causing your lawn to look tired and dull. In order to keep your yard looking great, your lawn needs water, sunshine, and nutrients to thrive. Fertilizer can be an effective way to re-introduce lost nutrients back into your soil and make your lawn look fantastic again.

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Power edging: This process is the formal removal of overgrown grass on hard surface areas.  Power edging will give your sidewalks and drives a clean and uniform edge.  Having sharp sides next to your hard surfaces will eliminate the collection of grass clipping build up.  Power edging also makes it easier to perform snow removal in the winter because your shovel or snow blower is not getting caught on the edges of your hard surfaces.  It also removes grass clippings and trash that accumulate on the edge of the grass.

Evestrough cleaning: One of the top reasons to clean your gutters is to prevent water damage, a leading cause of structural damage. Gutters are intended to channel water off the roof and away from your home and its foundation. Another reason why you should consider cleaning your gutters is to eliminate the leaves, twigs, and any other debris that serves as nesting and breeding places for pests like rats, mice, insects and birds. Basement flooding is one of the problems caused by blocked gutters. This is because clogged gutters overflow and spill rainwater around your basement. In turn, the spilled water may easily find its way into your basement where it causes flooding.

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