|FLOWER BEDS||SHRUBS/HEDGES AND TREES||LOOSE DEBRIS|
|Cleanups include weeding, edging and adding fresh mulch to all existing flower bed areas on your property.||During your cleanup our crews trim all shrubs/hedges on the property. Tree Trimming can also be added (trees under 20 feet)||At the end of each cleanup we gather the loose debris from the cleanup and take it with us.|
The Bolton Landscape Cleanup Program
3 Annual Cleanups (Spring, Summer, Winter)
The Bolton Landscape Cleanup Program will make sure your garden beds are looking incredible all year long. This approach will not only keep your mulch and flower beds looking better, it will keep them healthier and save a lot of money compared to doing 2-3 separate cleanups. One time cleanups have a larger cost due to the overgrowth, which can be avoided with our program. You’ll end up spending a lot less in the long run with this cleanup program.
- 1st Clean-up (Spring Cleanup): Typically during the spring. This opens your lawn/landscape up from a cold winter. Our crew weeds, re-edge’s existing flower beds, trims shrubs/ hedges, and cleans up leaf/small debris removal. After that we apply a pre-emergent herbicide to the flower beds before adding fresh double shredded hardwood mulch.
- 2nd Clean-up (Summer Cleanup): During summer, between June and August. All loose debris and weeds will be removed from garden beds. All shrubs will receive a second trimming and fertilization.
- 3rd Cleanup-up (Winter Cleanup): During January/February, the winter cleanup is intended to give the property a “once-over” to gather organic debris that accumulates on the property during the winter months *Leaf Removal is in November/December and is an available add-on to the program. No new mulch is applied during this visit.
Our customers can choose between a Pre-Pay payment plan or a 12 month payment plan which breaks the payment down to a fixed rate per month. 12 month payment plan customers must store a credit card on file within our secure online portal.
One Time Cleanup
Weeding and re-edging of existing flower beds, trimming of shrubs/hedges, fresh mulch applied, leaf/small debris removal (pre-emergent herbicide is applied to flower beds before mulching during spring time only).