Repairs, Maintenance and Renovations

March, 23 2023 Published by Grand River Chapter - By Roberto Imbiscuso

Spring Clean Up Checklist For Condominiums

As the snow melts and temperatures begin to rise, it’s time to get your property ready for a fresh start in the spring. It’s time to start thinking about ensuring your property looks its best for your tenants, customers, and visitors. Focusing on making sure your property is safe and well maintained with power sweeping, garden care and lawn maintenance services adds value to your building.

As the snow melts and temperatures begin to rise, it’s time to get your property ready for a fresh start in the spring. It’s time to start thinking about ensuring your property looks its best for your tenants, customers, and visitors. Focusing on making sure your property is safe and well maintained with power sweeping, garden care and lawn maintenance services adds value to your building.

Power Sweeping

The first thing to focus on in the spring is power sweeping around all properties before the busy season starts. Any leftover leaves from winter or debris on curbs will be cleared away quickly and efficiently. This helps keep the parking lots clean and prevents dirt from being tracked into buildings by tenants and customers.

Garden Care & Lawn Maintenance

Once the grounds have been cleaned up, it’s time to move on to cultivating gardens by giving them a fresh new edge. Detaching, core aeration and over seeding can help maintain healthy lawns throughout springtime while fertilizing keeps them looking green and vibrant all season long.

During this time, it’s important to inspect gardens for any signs of winter damage such as frost heaving or soil shifting, which can cause irreparable damage if not caught early enough. A careful assessment of all areas of the property ensures that everything is in top condition when summer arrives.

Shrub, Evergreen and Perennial Trimming

Shrubs, evergreens and perennials are ideal additions to any landscape. However, they also require regular trimming in order to stay healthy and looking their best. Perennials should ideally be trimmed when they go dormant in the winter and then again before spring; this will help create longer blooming times and beautiful flowers. Evergreen shrubs are best pruned in the late winter or early spring to avoid damaging the new growth that can occur over the summer months. Keeping plants trimmed helps ensure a healthy environment for them, by reducing disease and increasing light, water and nutrient uptake.

Spring is the perfect time to get your property in top shape. By ensuring your property is safe and well-maintained, you can create a space that everyone will love. Power sweeping, garden care, and lawn maintenance services are all great ways to add value to your building. Which of these services will you be using to get your property ready for spring?


Roberto Imbiscuso
President, CEO
TurtleCreek Landscaping

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