When it comes to the care and upkeep of your home’s exterior, there is no one-size-fits-all answer. Depending on your climate, the condition of your property, and your own personal preferences, you may need to hire a professional landscaping company for seasonal maintenance services. In the spring, a professional clean up crew can help get your property ready for warmer weather. And in the fall, they can help prepare it for winter.
1. Landscape Property Maintenance
2. Spring Clean Up
3. Sod- new lawn
3. Tree and Bush Trimming
4. Curb Appeal
5. Lawn fertilization
6. Lawn Care
7. Fall Clean Up
Landscape Property Maintenance
Landscape property maintenance can be very important for the overall look of a property. It is also necessary to keep the property in good condition by removing debris and keeping the lawn mowed. There are a few different ways to maintain a property’s landscape.
One way is to hire a professional landscape maintenance company. This can be expensive, but it can be worth it if you do not have the time or resources to do it yourself. Another option is to buy some equipment and do it yourself. This can be cheaper, but it takes more time and effort. The last option is to find a middle ground between hiring a landscaper and performing some tasks yourself.
Spring Clean Up
Spring is a time of rebirth and growth. Many people use the time to clean up their homes and yards in preparation for the warmer weather. If you’re looking to get your yard ready for spring, here are some tips to help you out.
The first step is to de weed your garden bed. Remove any dead plants or debris and till the soil to loosen it up. Then, add some fresh mulch to help retain moisture and protect the soil from the sun.
The next step is to remove any large debris from your yard. This might include branches, leaves, or even trash.
Sod- new lawn
Sod is an excellent way to improve the look and feel of your property. It can also be a great investment. Sod can provide numerous benefits, including the following:
• Improved curb appeal: A well-maintained lawn is one of the first things people notice when they pull up to your house. Sod can give your home an immediate facelift.
• Increased property value: A beautiful lawn can add value to your home. In fact, studies have shown that a well-manicured lawn can increase the value of a property by up to 10%.
Tree and Bush Trimming
When the leaves start to fall and the trees go dormant for the winter, it’s time for tree trimming. The same is true for bushes. Winter is the best time to trim them back so they can grow healthy and strong in the spring.
The two ideal times to trim trees and bushes is late winter or early spring before new growth begins. The worst time is during the heat of summer when sap is flowing and new growth is tender.
There are several reasons to trim trees and bushes. Trees may need to be trimmed to remove dead or damaged limbs, to thin the crown of a tree to allow light and air to reach the leaves, or to remove branches that are too close to the house or power lines. Bushes may need to be trimmed to keep them from becoming overgrown and unsightly, or to remove branches that are touching the roof.
Curb appeal is the first thing that potential home buyers see, and it can be the deciding factor in whether or not they decide to look inside. A well-landscaped and maintained home will always have better curb appeal than one that isn’t, and this can lead to a higher property value. In fact, studies have shown that homes with great curb appeal can be worth up to 20% more than those without.
Lawn fertilization is an important part of lawn care. Fertilizing your lawn at the right time of year will help it to stay healthy and green. There are three main times of year when you should fertilize your lawn: spring, summer, and fall.
In the spring, fertilize your lawn when the ground begins to thaw. This will help to prepare your lawn for the hot summer months. In the summer, fertilize your lawn once to keep it healthy and green. In the fall, fertilize your lawn a few weeks before the first frost. This will ensure the lawn is feed nutrients in the winter, preparing it to be health in the spring.
There are a few key things to keep in mind when it comes to lawn care: mowing frequency, overseeding, and dethatching.
Mowing Frequency: Most lawns should be mowed every 7-10 days. However, the frequency may vary depending on the season. For example, you may need to mow more often in the summertime when the grass is growing faster.
Overseeding: Overseeding is important for keeping your lawn healthy and looking good. It helps to fill in any bald spots and replenish the soil. You should overseed your lawn at least once
Prepare for overseeding.
one of the first things you’ll need to do is inspect the lawns for clumps of dead grass material, also known as thatch. Thatch can prevent “good contact of seed with soil,” which will make it difficult (or impossible) for new grass to take root. So it’s important to remove any thatch before seeding.
After you’ve removed the thatch, it’s time to mow the grass. Be sure to set your mower blades at the correct height so you don’t damage the new seeds.
After you mow your lawn, you will have a lot of clippings on the ground. Instead of leaving them there, bag them up. This will keep the clippings from smothering your grass and will make it easier for you to rake up any leftover debris.
Once you have bagged the clippings and removed any leftover debris, apply your seed. This will help to fertilize and prepare the soil for new growth.After you mow your lawn, you will have a lot of clippings on the ground. Instead of leaving them there, bag them up. This will keep the clippings from smothering your grass and will make it easier for you to rake up any leftover debris.
Once you have bagged the clippings and removed any leftover debris, apply your seed. This will help to fertilize and prepare the soil for new growth.
Fall Clean Up
Fall is a great time to clean up your yard and prepare it for the winter. Cleaning up your yard can help keep your grass healthy and allow you to enjoy your yard during the winter. There are a few things you can do to clean up your yard this fall:
-Remove leaves from your yard and garden. Raking leaves can be a great way to get some exercise and help keep your yard clean.
-Trim trees and shrubs. Pruning trees and shrubs can help them stay healthy
As the days get longer and the weather warms up, it’s time to start thinking about landscape maintenance. Pristine Landscaping can help with all your spring clean up needs, from sod installation to tree and bush trimming. We also offer law fertilization, lawn care, and fall clean up services. Call us today at 416-951-6339 for a free quote! You can also visit our website at Pristine-landscaping.ca for more information.