RESIDENTIAL LANDSCAPE REMOVAL
There are two types of residential landscape removal: one-time overhauls and consistent cleanups.
One-time overhauls are usually the results of landscape renovations, putting up retaining walls, setting up a swimming pool feature, or sod installation. You might remove dead shrubs, plenty of weeds, and nuisance rocks in this haul.
A typical garden with trees, shrubs, and assorted plants also tends to accumulate quite a bit of trash as the seasons change. Staying on top of the dried leaves, branches, and twigs is vital to maintaining your property’s great looks. Consistent cleanup is a key element.
The experts at United Lawnscape recognize the importance of doing a thorough cleanup and landscape removal as needed.
- Cut down on an infestation risk. Whether your area has rodents or other nuisance pests that you want to avoid inviting into your yard, a thorough cleanup of yard waste is a must. We ensure that we haul away everything that pests could choose for habitats.
- Work with homeowners who compost. If you’re actively involved in composting, we help separate out the bits and pieces of garden waste that would benefit your heap.
- Storm cleanup. We handle planned residential landscape removal as well as storm cleanup. If you’re dealing with downed branches and uprooted plants that can’t be saved, we send professionals to remove them from your yard.
- Tree and yardscape removal. When you’re changing the look of your yard, you may need to have one or more trees removed. We’ll handle the trimming and stump removal with the landscape cleanup. Homeowners, who plan to change out an entire property, appreciate that we can work in segments as well as in one single load.
Our goal is to leave your landscape looking neat, tidy, and without any hint of the recent removal that took place.
Areas We Serve
In 1997, the business began servicing local, residential neighborhoods in Shelby Township, Michigan. Today, United Lawnscape services customers throughout Genesee, Lapeer, Livingston, Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties.
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