Seasonal clean-up

Spring clean-up


Customized package to fit your property

Starting at $275+hst, prices vary based on the size and logistics of your property 

After a long winter, I bet you're excited to spend time outside and enjoy your property! We customize our spring clean-up to meet the unique requirements of your property. Some of the services we offer include:

  • Clean-up of debris

  • Garden planting

  • Mowing 

  • Garden and walkway edging

  • Lawn aeration

  • Mulching

  • Pruning

  • Weed pulling

Leave the work to Cutting Edge so you can get out and start enjoying your property. We book up quickly so contact us early!

Fall clean-up


Customized package to fit your property

Starting at $275+hst, prices vary based on the size and logistics of your property 

Autumn is a beautiful time of year, but it leaves behind a lot of work. That's where we come in! We'll help you keep your property looking great so you can keep enjoying your property and when the time comes, we'll make sure your prepared for the winter months ahead. A  fall clean-up will pay dividends in the spring helping to support a healthy lawn and garden. 

Many of our customers prefer on a multi-phased clean-up to ensure they're getting the most out season.​

  • Tree and shrub pruning

  • Power raking

  • Lawn fertilization

  • Lawn aeration

  • Removal of spent perennials and annuals

  • Panting spring bulbs  

  • Clean-up of leaf/debris


When is it too early to work on my property?

Spring clean-up can be started as soon your yard becomes accessible. This is usually a very busy time for most companies so be sure to book early! It also depends on the work. For example a lot of tree work can occur in Winter while growth is dormant, but for lawn work we recommend waiting until mid or late April after the “spring thaw”.

Why is my backyard so wet in the spring?

Frozen or thawing ground does not have the same ability to absorb moisture and with the combination of winter melt and thawing ground you could run into pooling water.

Aside from the regular snow melt, if your backyard is excessively wet it could be a sign of a larger drainage issue. One of our experts here at Cutting Edge can assess your specific situation and recommend an effective and affordable option.

Is it better to aerate in the Spring or Fall?

We prefer spring aeration to coincide with our Spring overseeding process. By aerating the lawn prior to overseeding we increase the chance of germination due to seeds growing in the holes left behind.