The good news about winter is that you can say goodbye – for the most part – to endless yard work. However, all that yard equipment used to maintain your Kansas City landscaping must be properly cleaned and stored for optimal preservation.
Here are some tips on how to keep your yard equipment in good shape for next year’s gardening season and make sure your winter equipment is ready for that first storm.
Preparing Your Yard Equipment for Winter
Before you Store. Before you put fuel-powered equipment to rest, such as lawn mowers, weed eaters, and leaf blowers, it’s important to completely drain the fuel lines.
Before the Storm. Organize your garage or storage shed so that snow-related equipment, such as snow blowers, roof rakes, and shovels are easily accessible. Give snow blowers a once over to ensure they are functioning properly and are fueled up. It might be a good idea to have extra fuel on hand but make sure it’s stored safely.
Hire a Local Professional Landscaper
Overwhelmed by the yard work you have left to do before winter arrives? We can get you cleaned up and caught up in no time! Contact Hermes Landscaping today.