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Lawn Love connects you with a Houston lawn care provider based on the services you need and your location. We provide the benefit of having hundreds of lawn pros on our platform to choose from, each with different skills and experience, and all local to Houston. This helps you, the customer, to be matched with the right person for the yard work you need completed based on expertise and availability. Gone are the days of relying with uncertainty on a friend or neighbor to help with your lawn.

Depending on the availability of the lawn pros in Houston, we can generally get your job scheduled in as quickly as 2 days. You’ll be notified as soon as a provider picks up your job and it will be added to their schedule, without you needing to do anything else!

The best thing is you don’t need to change your plans to accommodate for your lawn pro’s services. Everything from booking to payment is handled online, so you don’t need to be home when the service is completed. If you have a gate code or special instructions, include that information during or after the quote process and the message will be relayed to the pro.

Occasionally you may experience rescheduled jobs. If your job needs to be rescheduled, it will be opened back up for pros who have the first availability to accept it. You’ll be notified with the new date and time once it’s confirmed.

1396 new customers have streamlined their lawn care in Houston by using Lawn Love. Give us a try today and see what everyone is raving about!

Did you know? Talented lawn pros using Lawn Love's platform have completed over 12587 jobs in Houston over the last year! We think it's safe to say you're in great hands. Why not give it a try today?

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Easily book the #1 rated leaf removal service and clean up in Houston, TX today. Lawn Love is lawn care made easy. Get a FREE estimate and quote on leaf removal and clean up in Houston and easily book the top rated pros to your door today. Get a leaf removal quote today and see for yourself how easy it can be.

Houston is one of America's fastest growing cities and is one of the leaders amongst American cities in the exports and energy industry. It has more than 10,000 restaurants for people to choose from, and with all of these great places to eat at you would need to have plenty of time to spare to visit each one. If your weekend involves having to rake the leaves from your lawn, then you might not be able to indulge in some of Houston's best attractions, so why not get the professionals at Lawn Love to come over to your home and remove the leaves for you?

During the fall, the trees on your property will begin to shed their leaves at an alarming rate. It happens for several weeks a year and while the result might be lovely to look at, these leaves can cause some problems to your lawn. If they are ignored these leaves can suffocate your lawn and prevent photosynthesis from happening. Removing them is your best and only option at this point.

With Lawn Love's fast and affordable leaf clean up service, your lawn will be looking spotless in no time. We can give you a price estimate over the phone or through a free online quote. Give us a call at 281-783-8128 or get a free quote to learn more.

Lawn care facts in Houston

When should I get leaf removal?

Here are the most common times for leaf removal in Houston:

How are leaf removal prices in Houston?

Prices vary depending on both the size of the lawn and how deep the leaves are. Here are some average prices for homes in Houston:

While the frequency at which you should mow your lawn will vary from property to property, it's always recommended to maintain your grass at a regular interval. Too long between cuttings can cause shock to the plant and result in an unhealthy lawn or bald spots. At Lawn Love, we always recommend weekly or bi-weekly mowing services to maintain a lush healthy lawn your neighbors will envy!

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Should I water my lawn today?

Clear leaves before watering your lawn. Rotting leaves prevent the sun from reaching your grass.

It looks like the expected precipitation in Houston is 0.06 inches, which means you will probably have to water your lawn today.

Dusk and dawn are the best times to water your lawn (the sun will rise at 6:30 AM and set at 8:05 PM today in Houston).

Houston leaf removal

Houston is hands down the most incredible city in the U. S. What other city can handle space travel, shipping, oil, electronics, entrepreneurship, and the real clincher, foreign banks, business, and trading? More business headquarters, foreign and domestic, call Houston home than you can shake a stick at.

Houston has an interesting history. It's been embroiled in several wars, been apart for a short time as the Republic of Texas (or its own country,) and today is number six on the Top 100 list of biggest cities.

With all this and more going for it, how do you suppose leaf removal from lawns throughout Houston's history has been accomplished? Leaf removal is vital for grass in so many ways. Just one of them is keeping eagle-eyed homeowners associations pleased with your lawn.

Why It Was Named Houston

The city began its life in 1826 as Harrisburg. Ten years later, General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna chased Sam Houston through it, burning it to the ground. Houston retaliated a month later in April of 1836. The Mexican army paid a heavy price for the Alamo, Harrisburg, and all the harassment and trouble. In the end, they ultimately lost their commanding general to Sam Houston.

Sam Houston was elected the first president of the Republic of Texas and took up the reins of government in the city. Two years later in 1839, the government took itself off to Austin, the capital of Texas, and remained there.

History of Houston

In 1832, before the Mexican War happened, people were snatching up as many land grants as fast as they could. The Allen brothers, John and Augustus, snatched up theirs intending to establish their own city. It was built on a flat, marshy surface on the west bank of Buffalo Bayou, a sluggish stream that wandered south towards Galveston.

It may not have looked like much, this muddy marsh, but you couldn't tell by the plethora of shacks, lean-tos, tents, and even a couple proper houses that sprang up. Paddle wheelers and freight trains brought timber, flowers, fruits and vegetables, cotton and pelts from the country into town on their way to Galveston for shipping.

Commerce grew exponentially. By 1891, 12 rail lines converged in Houston. When a dock was built in 1840, the residents called it the "Port of Houston." When Galveston was wiped out by a hurricane in 1900, Houston stepped up its game. The Buffalo Bayou was dredged and widened, thus taking up the shipping slack.

The discovery of oil in 1901 moved Houston away from the cotton and lumber business and catapulted it into the Industrial Revolution with a vengeance. The Houston Ship Channel was completed in 1914, which led the way to oil refineries being established along its banks.

Following WWII, Houston saw growth in many industries including aerospace, electronics, health care, medical research, education, and the arts. Today, Houston offers a wealth of exciting things to see and do, sports teams for which to cheer, and plenty of cows (this was the wild, wild west once upon a time.)

Why Leaf Removal matters

Grass and soil are living things. They need light, nutrients, and water to live and thrive. A blanket of leaves prevents light and water from reaching the roots of the grass. Smothering the grass will kill it.

Too much water and no light invites mold and disease. The water won't evaporate, leaving the grass to decay. Brown patch and snow mold are two common diseases. These things also prevent new grass from growing in the spring.

Different parts of the country glow when they use different grasses on their lawns. Warm season grasses flourish in areas with no discernible cold weather. Cool season grasses, on the other hand, grow best in areas with some cold weather.

Cool weather grass grows into the fall with its roots getting plenty of rain and sun in the cooler days following summer. If leaves were left on the lawn, the grass roots wouldn't receive the light and water they need to grow. It will kill the grass.

Nothing will be hurt if a few leaves are left on the ground in the fall. You can even run over the leaves with the lawn mower several times to mulch them. The small pieces will fall between the blades of grass, giving them the nutrition the leaves still carry from the trees.

You can always call Lawn Love because we know how to mulch leaves so that your gardens will benefit from their nutrients. We also know how to compost your leaves for other homeowners who use them as mulch. Feel free to call on us to learn more about it.

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Lawn aeration Gardener service Gutter cleaning Leaf removal Lawn mowing Weed control Yard care

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