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UAG Lawncare Pros Discuss Fall Clean Up Services

Fall Cleanup with the UAG Professionals

Most of the country is knee-deep in leaves, which means fall cleanup season!

Many landscape and lawn maintenance companies offer a variety of leaf removal services such as simple“rake ‘n bag” offersings to to mulching, composting or even gutter clean outs. Of course, based on comments shared across various social channels as well as within the forum right here on ECHOMeansbusiness, many simply take the fall and winter seasons off!

We suspect most would rather be making money at this time of the year so below are some thoughts from a few of the User Advisory Group members with their thoughts on Fall clean ups and leaf removal.


First up is UAG 2018 member, Brad Lloyd from Yourway Lawncare. Brad is located in the upper Southeast. His company’s services vary as the region he lives in can cause a late drop of leaves and the need for other services.


2017 UAG member Shawn Spencer of Spencer Lawn Care offers two services for his clients: Basic Fall clean up, and full service clean up, which consists of the basic leaf cleanup along with branches, planting/potting seasonal flowers, weeding and pruning. Check out Shawn’s work here.


Another UAG member that offers services aside from just basic leaf removal is Richey Plemons of Plemon's Lawn & Landscaping. Plemons is a 2018 UAG member and in this video he discusses leaf removal along with mulching, aerating, getting plant beds ready for perennials and winter annuals. Oh, and don’t forget over-seeding the lawn in the fall! Good tips on also keeps a client listing growing in the fall here.


Jim Nelson of J & J Lawn Service is another of the 2018 UAG members and this his video he discusses what his fall cleanup services consist of, which are based on his Lake City, Florida location. He offers other services in the off-season so he can keep the funnel full of profits and clients.

Fall Cleanup can be an opportunity to keep your profits flowing and as discussed by some of the UAG members; a way to get new clients. How do you handle fall clean ups? Anything different? Join the conversation in the forum!