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Leaf Removal

This time of year trees are losing or have lost their leaves and are most likely covering your lawns and flower beds. It is best to have the leaves removed so that your grass, while dormant, can breath. This is necessary for good lawn health and growth in the spring. Leaf removal will also add to the curb appeal of your home, both aesthetically and for safety reasons. A home with a tidy lawn looks lived in, so it is a good idea if your Myrtle Beach home is a 2nd residence, to have your winter lawn tended too periodically. Thieves will move on to a home that looks unattended.

Leaf removal is crucial to a healthy lawn! When a lawn is blanketed in leaves your grass cannot breath. While leaves fallen leaves naturally recycle into the ground and provide nutrients for trees they also kill or thin out grass. If you have mature trees on your property they do not need the nutrients, if you have younger trees the leaves can be mulched around the trees for growth. Leaf removal will allow your lawn and landscape to absorb sun light and water which is essential for growth Yes, the lawn is not growing in the fall, but it is still absorbing nutrients for next spring. Leaf removal allows this cycle to continue for your lawn and for your landscape as a whole. . Beach Landscaping of Myrtle Beach can take care of all of your winter landscaping needs because at Beach Landscaping our grass is always greener!

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Myrtle Beach Landscaping Company

Beach Landscaping is a full service Myrtle Beach landscaping and hardscaping company with both commercial and residential clients. From lawn care and maintenance to landscape design, Beach Landscaping can service any outdoor yard or building. Voted several times as Best of the Beach by the Sun News in Myrtle Beach, Beach Landscaping has won many awards. We also handle weed and insect control. Our hardscaping division constructs outdoor patios, outdoor kitchens, sidewalks and much more.

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