Thinking About Your Landscape Too
Spring cleaning is a great time to clean out your home but the work doesn’t stop inside the walls of your home. Lawns and landscaping also need attention to prepare them for the growing season. A thorough spring cleaning readies your lawn and landscaping for the summer and can save you from headaches later in the year. Many aspects of this work may demand more time, energy, and experience than you have available.
Essential Business During COVID-19
With many of us spending more time at home than usual, you may have noticed the amount of work that your landscaping needs. If that’s the case call in the landscape professionals at Nurney Landscaping to reduce the burden. We are Bucks County premier landscaping service and have been deemed an ‘Essential Business’ during COVID-19.
What Is Spring Cleaning?
Spring cleaning begins with cleaning up litter that has collected over the winter, raking up dead grass and leaves on your lawn and flower beds, edging, and moving organic debris to your compost pile. Once this crucial step is completed, we can begin more involvement with landscaping projects, maintenance, and planning.
Don’t Forget The Mulch
Mulching early is one of the best things you can do for your landscape beds because it creates a protective barrier around plants and bare soil. Two to four inches of new mulch helps retain moisture and can contribute to the overall health of your soil.
Getting a head start on the yard and garden in spring ensures less work over the course of the season. Done correctly, spring cleaning will prepare your property for a summer of enjoyable outdoor activities. To get started on your Spring Cleaning, contact us today!