When it comes to spring clean-up, an out-with-the-old mentality takes center stage. Whether it’s blown, swept or raked, a good looking lawn and landscape start with the removal of leaves, weeds, litter and fallen limbs. And while a debris-free property is a great start, this service isn’t done for aesthetics alone.

Landscape debris removal also prevents leaves and other organic material from rotting on your turf and in your beds. Rotting leaves lead to mold and mildew; they also attract pests and smother your turf’s access to sunlight and air circulation.