If you're planning to host a one-time event at home and want your house to look beautiful, hire a professional landscaper to stop by and clean up.
If you're looking to start a compost bin, a landscaper can help you get it started by gathering up all the leaves for you to begin the process.
When fall comes to an end and you don't want winter snows to create a slushy mess while mixing with leaves, a landscaper can drop by for a one-time cleanup.
Fallen leaves can carry types of fungi that can be detrimental to the other plants. A landscaper will not only remove the leaves but may also know about treating infected plants.
Like other plants, your grass needs to be able to "breathe." If you've recently installed sod, have a pro come and bag up the leaves to ensure the new grass starts growing properly.
Some homeowners' associations require that you remove fallen leaves from your yard once they reach a certain concentration.
Moist clumps of leaves sitting around your roof can cause structural issues and mold growth if they linger too long. A landscaper can quickly blast them away with a blower.
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