Spring and Fall Cleanup

Want a yard with curb appeal? The most efficient and cost effective way to spruce up your curb appeal is a spring or fall cleanup. Seasonal cleanup is an important part of maintaining a beautiful landscape, but is often overwhelming for a property owner. Paulson Tree and Property Maintenance Company is here to help you tackle your landscape cleanup. When Paulson Tree and Property Maintenance Company performs a spring or fall cleanup, we meticulously comb your property in preparation of the up-coming lawn care and landscaping season. By removing all unwanted materials that have accumulated throughout the fall and winter months, we can give your lawn and landscape a fresh look for spring.

Cleanup Services Include:

  • Leaf Raking / Removal
  • Leaf Vacuum Truck
  • Pruning and Trimming Trees & Shrubs
  • Clearing Fallen Debris
  • Mulch Beds
  • Lawn Bed Edging
  • Fertilization of Plants, Shrubs, Lawn
  • Reseeding
  • Weed Prevention

Spring Clean-Up Service

Our spring clean-up service is the process of removing all leaves, branches and other debris that have accumulated over the course of the winter season throughout your property and landscape beds and hauling away the debris from your property. Regardless of the amount of cleanup you did last fall, there is always more to do to get your lawn and landscape ready for the growing season. Spring is a time of rebirth and reawakening from a long New Jersey’s winter's nap. Getting out into the fresh air of spring can do much to revitalize you as well as your plants. Give Paulson Tree and Property Maintenance Company a couple of hours of cleaning things up and you will be rewarded with a healthier and more vigorous landscape and it will also do wonders for you.

Fall Clean-Up Service

Our fall clean-up service is the process of removing all leaves, branches and other debris that have accumulated over the course of the summer season throughout your property and landscape beds and hauling it away from your property. This service is a great way to prepare your lawn and property for the winter season.

As we approach the end of the growing season and prepare for winter, we need to reflect on the severity of disease each year and remember that most diseases survive winter within infected plant debris. Fungal material such as mycelium, spores, or specialized reproductive structures may persist in the soil, in fallen leaves, or in dead branches remaining on the plant. Therefore, as a professional company, we can try to minimize the amount of fungal material that survives winter by removing all debris prior to the first snowfall.

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