Seasonal Yard Clean-Up

Spring and Fall Clean-Up services are essential in preparing yards for the upcoming season. When Spring arrives, our team will focus on removing leftovers from winter. This will allow oxygen and nutrients to flow freely and help establish a healthy foundation for your lawn for the upcoming season. In the fall, the crew focuses on winterizing by removing the upper layer of debris that blocks sunlight and encourages mold growth, which is setting the lawn setting up for success for the next growth cycle. We also offer additional services such as: de-thatching, aeration, & seasonal planting.

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We Offer Seasonal & Monlthy Contracts

With a seasonal or by storm, we’ll take care of your outdoor space throughout the year no matter the season. Choose from our offerings and pay a set price all year long. 

Dethatching by Firmly Rooted

Dethatching

Dethatching is great add-on to Spring Clean-Up. It helps circulate air deep down into the roots and provides the necessary carbon dioxide to stimulate existing roots while encouraging new root growth.

Aeration Services by Firmly Rooted

Aeration

Fall is the perfect time to alleviate soil compaction by aerating. Aeration involves perforating the soil with small holes to allow air, water and nutrients to penetrate the grass roots. This helps the roots grow deeply and produce a stronger, more vigorous lawn.

Yard Debris Disposal by Firmly Rooted

Yard Debris Disposal

We will clean up your property this fall and make sure nothing is left behind. We haul all debris away with us.

Getting Ready for Spring?

As soon as the warmer weather hits New Hampshire, we encourage our customers to schedule a spring cleanup. This service helps prepare your lawn for the spring and summer months ahead.

 

Our spring cleanup service can be tailored to meet the needs of your specific lawn and landscape.

 

Common services we perform during a spring cleanup include shaping up shrubs, cutting back pumpus and ornamental grasses, and other perennials, along with picking up sticks, leaves, and other debris left over from the winter months. Additionally, we offer aeration & de-thatching services to get your lawn ready for the first mow of the season.

Importance of Leaf Cleanup

We cannot stress enough how important it really is to collect and remove fallen leaves from your lawn and landscape in the fall before the snow starts to fall. Leaf cleanup is 100% the largest aspect of our fall landscape cleanup service.

 

Along with removing the leaves, we will also collect any other plant debris that maybe in your lawn or landscape.

 

Shrubs are often pruned during this service to leave them with a uniform look all winter long and we also recommend to cutback all perennials and grasses at this time instead of waiting until the spring.

Ready for a Yard Cleanup?

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What Our Customer Are Saying

We recently had some excavation work done, including the building of a boulder retaining wall. We also had a new walkway put in. We had a pleasant experience all the way around & everything looks great. It's been a pleasure to work with Chris. His employee, Bruce is exceptionally diligent & will work, no matter what the weather! I would highly recommend them.

- RICK THOMAS -
Firmly Rooted did an amazing job on my retaining wall! The guys who did the job were efficient, professional and very personable to work with. I found Chris to be extremely responsive to all my emails and also very professional. The finished product was better than I could have imagined and cost wise it was extremely reasonable. I would highly recommend them!

- SUMMER OLSON -
Great working with this company! On time and very professional. We were very happy with the outcome. We had some shrubs die this winter that needed to be replaced. Will not ever hesitate to use them again. Thanks Chris!

- PETER STEVENSON -
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