Season changes have an extreme impact on the health of a lawn, sod turf, hardscape or the landscape in general. When organic materials like leaves, fruits e.t.c are not disposed off and left on your landscape, they do more than just making your landscape look unattractive. This organic materials increase the phosphorus concentration in soils to the point where the element may become a pollutant, promote diseases within the plant on your lawn, cause discoloration to your hardscape material e.t.c. In most cases, they can harbor bacteria that contactable and dangerous to livestock, pets and even humans.
At Gbowl, we offer our expert cleanup services to help prevent any mishaps as a result of these climatic changes.
When Spring arrives, excessive decayed organic matter such as leaves, branches trapped under the snow and probably starting to grow molds or spores can be pretty difficult and time consuming to clean and dispose off. If cleaning is not properly done, it can lead to patches of dead grass, compacted soul, weeds etc. Our staffs will be provide you with the following necessary services:
- Clearing and disposing off of organic debris like leaves, branches, sticks etc,
- Solve problems with thatch and soil compaction by using turf Aeration to help,
- Reseeding bare spots and thinned areas of grass,
- Resolving and readjusting any problems associated with edging,
- Redefining borders,
- Cleaning flower beds and clearing garden debris and flower beds,
- Pruning and trimming trees and shrubs for ideal summer growth,
- Planting new softscape features such as annual plants and flowers
When Fall arrives, as a result of changes in the length of daylight and changes in temperature, the leaves stop their food-making process. The chlorophyll breaks down, the green color disappears, and the yellow to orange colors becomes visible and eventually fall and litter the surroundings. The leaves or debris can be so excessive, the cover your whole lawn turning it yellowish orange. It’s important to clean all the debris out before the snow covers and buries them, consequently leading to problems during the spring season. Our staffs will be provide you with the following necessary services:
- Raking and composting leaves,
- Protecting perennial plants, trees, and flowers,
- Late-season weed control,
- Fertilizing lawn and other softscape features,
- Pruning trees and shrubs,
- General cleanup of organic debris,
- Mowing the grass
A pile of grass will not provide a good healthy environment for your grass. They’ll block the rays of light from the sun and also provide an unintended mulch by trapping moisture, which will eventually lead to the damage of the turf of which they cover up. It’s recommended that when the leaves begin to heap you blow or rake them away as often as you can, or contact us and we will be there to provide you with services. Note: Even if you see that the leaves on the tree are bare, still locate any area were the leaves might have piled up, rake or blow them off, because if this is not done, come spring, the grasses under the dead heap of leaves would be dead.
If your lawn isn’t getting at , a simple rain gauge is a useful way to keep track, then keep the sprinklers or irrigation system running until the end of October. By that time,
Your lawn should be getting at least an inch of water a week, the use of a measuring container or a rain gauge can be very useful to allow you to keep track and prevent over watering. Its recommended that you keep the watering, either by sprinklers or whatever irrigation system you use till the end of October. At this period you mind want to prevent any unnecessary damage by disconnecting hoses and flushing the irrigation system to avoid frozen pipes and spigots.
It’s recommended to do a regular aeration at least once every couple of years, it prevents soil compaction and covered with thatch, a thick layer of roots, stems, and debris that blocks water, oxygen, and nutrients from reaching the soil.
A core aerator will fix the problems listed above by mechanically removing plugs or “cores” of soil and thatch from a lawn. Core aeration reduces soil compaction, creating a channel through which oxygen, water, and nutrients can penetrate the soil i.e all those holes in your turf will let the fertilizer reach right to the roots.