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Fall Clean-up


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Fall Clean-up

Fall leaves may be gorgeous on the trees, but once they hit the ground they become nothing but a big mess. Getting leaves off of the grass before Winter strikes is important. If leaves are allowed to remain on the ground, they will choke off the grass by reducing water evaporation. Plus, they can harbor mold and fungus, while also allowing insects to infiltrate the grass and ground.

In some cases, diseases from the trees can also be transferred to the ground and grass roots, which can kill your lawn Fall clean-up is the process of removing all leaves throughout your property with rakes and blowers. We service the leaf collection in two parts, starting in November. We schedule the leaf clean-up according to your county or neighborhood’s leaf pick-up schedule.

Other Fall Maintenance Services to Consider

With so many different tasks to handle, you may be wondering what jobs are most
important to keep your lawn looking good all year long. Here are some of the basics that Masters of the Lawn suggests:

  • Proper Mowing: just because the days are getting cooler doesn’t mean it is time to stop mowing. Of course, mowing to the right length this time of year is vital to keeping grass strong. Our professional mowing team will keep your lawn mowed at about 2 ½ inches to ensure that it still gets the important sun, water and oxygen it needs to thrive.
  • Weeding: Fall is the perfect time to get rid of those weeds. Tackling weeds now will help make Spring work much easier.
  • Aeration and Seeding: one of the most important Fall maintenance jobs you can do for your lawn is aerate it. This encourages deep root growth, giving you a thick beautiful lawn in the Spring.
  • Trimming Bushes and Trees: pruning dead and diseased shrubs and trees not only will keep your shrubs and trees looking good, but it will also keep them healthier.
  • Planting: Fall is the perfect time to plant flower bulbs like tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, daylilies, and dahlias.
  • Fertilizer: one of the last things on your landscaping crew’s to-do list should be a good fertilizing treatment right before the first frost. This will give your grass the nutrients it needs to survive the cold winter months ahead.


If the long list of fall maintenance project has your overwhelmed, don’t worry. Call Masters of the Lawn for help. We are ready to take care of all of your fall maintenance needs to ensure that your landscaping looks its best all year long.