As a property owner, there are some things that you just cannot get away from; taxes are one and chores are another. As seasons change, as well as throughout the year, yards become chockfull of debris. Clearing away unwanted items by hand can take hours of hard labour. Leave your time and energy for more important things by calling in a professional for your leaf blowing needs.
Routine: A Necessary Evil
When dealing with something as naturally occurring as fallen leaves, it is easy to postpone removal. Skipping over the reds, yellows and oranges of fall doesn’t seem so bad but leaves quickly begin to layer, making way for rot and pests. Wet leaves and garden clutter not only look bad, but the damp and moisture that becomes trapped around debris harbours bacteria. One significantly windy day is enough to dislodge tons of sticks, leaves, needles, pinecones and seeds pods. Lawns might become the most noticeably cluttered, but they are not the only areas that suffer. While blowing leaves off of outdoor areas might be its main design, leaf blowers can treat other material as well, such as dirt, dust and other small organics that are difficult to pick up by hand. When decks and patios need to be cleared away, a broom might be able to scratch surfaces but only real elbow grease can get the job done right.
Eenie Meenie Miny Mow: Don’t Test Your Luck!
Hiring a professional service means that your property stays clear in spite of the weather or the time of year. Either way that you look at it, a clutter-free property does not come without an investment. This investment can be a large one (purchasing your very own leaf blower and the maintenance that goes with it) or a reasonable one, like a visit from an expert. The specialists at Eenie Meenie Miny Mow have all the right tools and equipment to get the job done safely and effectively. Canadian weather is unpredictable, so quick action are vital to preventing build-up. With local technicians around every corner, prompt service is never far away. Our outdoor maintenance specialists have spent years perfecting their technique