Leaf Removal Company in Northern Virginia
Picking up all those leaves in the Fall can feel like a huge chore and keep you from spending time doing the wonderful fall activities that you love.
It can be tempting to let the fallen leaves lie, and hope that they decompose into mulch that will benefit your lawn. We warn against this, however, since large amounts of leaves piled up will usually cause more harm than good.
Leaving excess leaves on the lawn will block sunlight and reduce water evaporation.
This will result in lawn suffocation, prevent photosynthesis, and can even cause fungus, mold, and disease to take root.
Our Leaf Removal Services
Hambleton provides a quality leaf removal service to keep your lawn healthy and beautiful. We will come two times each fall, once each in November and December, with an optional third visit in January, should you request it.
During each visit, all leaves will be cleared out of the entire property, including all landscape beds and turf areas. If your county has a vacuum service, we will place the leaves on the curb for them to come and collect. If your county does not have a vacuuming service, we will vacuum the leaves ourselves. This may be done up to 24 hours after the leaves are gathered.
“Your personnel are always professional and courteous. I am extremely happy with your service.”
Peter K. McLean, VA
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