A common misconception about lawn cleanups is that they should be scheduled to make your garden look beautiful. However, research on overall garden health and safety shows that these cleanups should be done more frequently and not just when your yard looks like a big mess. Perhaps a good spring cleanup is what your yard is desperately in need of.
There is nothing better than spending some quality time with your loved ones sitting cozily in front of your fireplace during chilly winter months. Regardless of whether you want to create a cozy fire pit in your backyard or prepare something exotic on a wood stove, the first thing you need to do is buy firewood supplies. Purchasing high-quality firewood for your home is not as easy as it sounds.
Snowplowing might not look very exciting, but it is very important to maintain a clear path and ensure safety. After a heavy snowfall, it becomes necessary to clear entrances, parking lots, driveways and sidewalks to offer safe access to visitors, employees, and customers. Yes, you may try clearing the snow and ice on your own or with some helpers but you might want to factor in the costs of attorney in doing so, plus achieving what a professional can would be difficult. That is why it is recommended that you hire professionals such as us to offer snow removal services in Ohio.
Autumns are always nice – a much-needed change of pace and dropping down of temperatures after a long summer. The dip in temperature is followed by cooler weather conditions and leaves changing color – from red to orange to yellow. A beautiful visual that is soon going to turn into something that you won’t like the sight of. Falling leaves are never a good sight, more so when you think of the effort that goes into removing those leaves from your lawn. It is a time-consuming task that all homeowners don’t want to do. This is where a full-service leaf cleanup company comes into the picture.
The cost to keep the ice and snow off parking lots is going up. Road salt on the rise, yes the prices are going up more than 50% compared to last season. According to News 5, a water leak affecting the Cargill salt mine has also been a factor and Mortan Salt is having to pick up the slack in supplying the municipalities in Northeast Ohio. Last winter, the average cost was $55.00 per ton, but the average cost for the 2018-19 season has risen to $110.00 per ton; and we at B-Sharp Property Maintenance expect it to increase well beyond that.