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Winter Lawn Care Tips 2015

Lawn care tips guaranteed to save you winter worries

(BPT) – Cooler nights and shorter days are a sure sign winter is on its way. Smart homeowners use this time to prepare their homes against the season’s wrath. You too can protect your property and eliminate winter worries with a few simple projects that can be completed in one weekend or less.

 

Dispose of dead leaves quickly

When all those beautiful colored leaves turn brown, you know they will soon fall in your yard. It’s important to collect and compost dead leaves for several reasons.

  • First, leaving yard waste over winter encourages mold growth, which can cause breathing problems.
  • Second, leaves left on the ground can choke out grass, so you’ll have a spotty yard come spring.

 

Clean clogged gutters

You probably don’t give much thought to your home’s gutter system, but when it gets clogged with leaves, twigs and other yard debris, you’ll wish you had. This organic matter in the gutter clogs up your roof’s drainage system, which can cause water leaks into your home, or worse, ice dams.

Make sure your gutters are clean before frigid temperatures set in. Using a leaf blower gutter kit you can carefully clean out gutters and inspect the shingles for any damage.

 

Trim dangerous branches

Do you have branches that have grown dangerously close to your or your neighbor’s home? Perhaps a branch died over summer is just hanging there. Trim trees today to avoid hassles tomorrow. Winter winds paired with ice and snow can snap branches that can then cause costly property damage – and since it’s your tree, you’ll be on the line for the bill.

Fall is the ideal time to trim trees for winter to give you peace of mind. For small limbs, a pruning saw is a great tool. For larger limbs, use a reliable chainsaw.

Or contact Saxton Landscapes, Inc (540-338-0904, david@saxtonlandscapes.com) to help you out.  

 

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