Fall is generally a short season (perhaps the shortest) in most parts of the world yet it doesn’t come unnoticed. The heavy gushes of wind, the army of falling leaves and the crisp weather are all hallmarks of the fall season. The downside of this romantic weather, however, is the clutter of debris that gathers up in our backyards.
Every homeowner knows the trouble of a fall yard cleanup but it doesn’t always have to be an absolute nightmare. With a proper plan of action in mind and the right resources, your fall yard cleanup project can become a breeze.
Rent the Right Dumpster
Fall yard cleanup will naturally create a lot of waste that will need to be removed from your property. The best way to dispose this large amount of waste is by renting a dumpster. Take into consideration the size of the dumpster you need before renting it.
A roll-off dumpster is the best option for your yard cleaning project since it can easily be loaded and taken away by the company. You should also try to rent a dumpster that has a lid on so that the night time fall winds don’t blow away your hard work and make the yard a mess again.
Rake, Rake, Rake
Raking leaves in the fall might seem cool in movies but it’s not a very enjoyable process if you have to do it all by yourself. Get your family members to join in so you can rake leaves together. This would clean the mess quickly and it will be a much more fun experience!
Check the gutters
Leaves and other organic debris have a way of lodging in your gutters and drains. This could be a major problem in the long run especially when the snowy months arrive. When you’re having your yard cleanup done, make sure you pay proper attention to the clogged gutters and clean them up thoroughly.
Maintain the Yard
Get rid of the old plants, snip the overgrown bushes and get your lawn fertilized for new plants and grass that are suited for the winter season. Taking care of your yard every day is important to reduce the clutter of fall or any other season.
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See yesterday's post here.