There’s a lot to be done this time of year. From getting ready for winter to cleaning up the last of the fall leaves, your yard still needs time and attention. Disposing of lawn debris before the snow blankets your yard is important. Do you do it all yourself or hire a company?
What is Lawn Debris?
Anything that needs to be disposed of from your lawn, shrubs, and trees would be considered lawn debris. That includes leaves, old mulch, dead tree limbs, and shrubbery and even grass clippings, weeds, and flowers.
Why Do it Yourself
Depending on how much work you have, you may choose to dispose of your lawn debris yourself. You’ll save money, but could spend several hours per month cleaning up and disposing of the yard waste. This may be suitable if you can compost or bag your leaves. Additionally, you’ll need to check the debris removal restrictions in your neighborhood. Does your trash service pick up leaves and branches? Alternatively, you may have to haul the debris yourself. If you don’t have the proper vehicle, this may be inconvenient.
Why Hire a Company
Hiring someone to do debris removal saves you the time and energy of doing it yourself. Debris removal companies are equipped to pick up and dispose of or recycle large items such as branches and small trees. Plus, rather than hauling it yourself, a company comes to you.
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