Although we’re still in the middle of the winter season here in the Muncie area, spring is only a few months away. Soon, we’ll start seeing grass and flower seedlings pop up through the melting snowbanks. It’s truly a joy to those who long for the warm weather of the spring season. While we’re waiting for the ice and snow to slowly disappear, it’s a good time to start thinking about spring lawn care and clean-up. Although you may enjoy cleaning your lawn each spring, the team at All Brothers Lawn Squad LLC happily provides these spring lawn care services for your Muncie home and property.

Thorough Spring Lawn Care for Your Muncie Home (Part 1)

Remove Dead Branches

Snowstorms and winter winds throw dead and damaged tree branches all over your yard. Once the snow melts, instead of finding green grass slowly growing, all you find is branches laying across your property. Our team will pick up all branches and debris, and remove them from your property.

Clean around Landscaping

We take all the time necessary to clean in and around all plants, flower beds, and shrubs, to make way for new growth. Your entire landscaping will be ready to welcome whatever the spring season brings.

Haul Yard Waste

It’s amazing what you’ll find on your lawn once the snow melts! We not only pick up garbage, debris, and dead plants and branches, but also haul it away leaving you with a clean, debris-free yard.

Complete Leaf Removal

Although you may have done a superb job of removing leaves from your property in the fall, there are always leftover leaves found once the snow melts. Our team scours your property, including hard-to-reach places like ravines and landscaping, to remove every single leaf from your yard.

Schedule Your Spring Clean-Up Today

Contact our office today at (765) 371-4186 to schedule a free consultation for your spring lawn care clean-up. Be sure to ask about our other lawn services such as seeding and renovation, aeration, fertilization and weed control, and lawn pest control in Muncie, Richmond, Portland, and all surrounding areas. 

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