Fall Lawn Care Tips

  1. Mulch your leaves:
    • Many people believe that fallen tree leaves will help insulate your lawn during the long, cold winter months. Unfortunately that is not true and they can actually block vital sunlight and thin your grass.
    • Try mulching your leaves with your lawn mower before applying one of your fall feedings to help the soil organisms break down the leaves.
    • If you do not want to mulch your leaves, make sure to rake them up before the first snow fall.
  2. Feed your lawn:
    • The difference between an ok lawn and a beautiful lawn, now and next spring, is two fall feedings.
    • Feeding early in the fall can help rebuild grass roots that were damaged during the hot, dry summer months.
    • Follow with a second feeding 6 weeks after your first feeding.
  3. Spruce up your lawn:
    • When children are playing on a lawn that has been hit with heat and drought, it can get damaged very easily. Make sure to patch up any bare spots you find on your lawn.
  4. Mow your lawn shorter:
    • In late fall, make sure to drop your mower down and cut your lawn 1-2 inches shorter than you normally cut.
    • Continue to mow shorter until your grass stops growing late fall.
  5. Clean up your tools:
    • To keep your tools from rusting, clean them up before you hang them up for the season.
    • When you are done mowing for the year, make sure to do any winter mower maintenance before storing it away.
  6. Pack-up lawn/patio furniture:
    • Make sure to move your lawn and patio furniture into storage for the winter. If you are leaving them out, we suggest purchasing weather protective patio covers to help protect from any damage.
    • Store any patio cushions and pillows in storage totes to keep them from getting moldy.
  7. Get rid of any leftover junk:
    • Let’s face it, having a pile of junk left in your backyard is not only unsightly, but can also cause unwanted damage to your lawn. The longer the junk sits, the bigger the bald spot and damage to your lawn will be.
    • To patch up your lawn before winter hits, make sure to call your local junk professionals, such as Grunts Move Junk!

      Grunts Move Junk will come and haul away all of your unwanted junk, anywhere on your property. Give us a call today (844) 464-7868 to schedule your junk pick-up or book online.  

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Veteran Owned Grunts Move Junk & Georgia Self Storage Easter Egg Hunt & Food Drive

Easter Egg Hunt & Food Drive Results

Our first Easter Egg Hunt & Food Drive was eggcellent!! I want to give a huge shout out to Chad and Kristine Jenkins of Georgia Self Storage for partnering with us for this great event!! You two are truly incredible and we couldn’t do this event without you.  We would also like to thank all of the local businesses who either donated gift certificates or money to our raffle and event. The generosity of everyone in our community always amazes us and we are truly grateful to bring everyone together to help others.

Grunts Move Junk and Georgia Self Storage Easter Egg Hunt and Food Drive

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St. Albans Home and Recreation Expo

Grunts Move Junk St. Albans Home Show

Thank you to all who braved the wind and cold to come to the annual St. Albans Home & Recreation Expo this weekend. We had so many people visiting our booth to either find out more information about our services, or tell us what an amazing job we are doing.

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Top 10 Most Popular Posts of 2017

A new year is upon us and we want to share with you all of our most popular topics from 2017. From junk removal to moving to Veteran Services and Charity work we have all your favorite topics compiled in one list.

If you have any comments of these topics we would love to hear from you as well as any other topics you would like us to discuss this year.

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Operation Happiness Grunts Move Junk

Operation Happiness

Operation Happiness On Tuesday, our CEO Mitch and team member Nick, donated their time to work with United Way of Northwest Vermont for Operation Happiness. Operation Happiness is a volunteer-run community initiative, providing over 1,000 Franklin and Grand Isle County families in need, with food baskets and toys for the holiday season. Operation Happiness accepts tangible items such as; warm clothing, new toys or games, gift and food certificates. Read More

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Grunts Move Junk Donates $2008 to National Breast Cancer Foundation

Back in October, Grunts Move Junk announced that we will be donating 10% of our junk removal proceeds from the month of October, to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. With that being said, we were able to donate $2,008 towards the fight against cancer! We wanted to thank everyone who used our services during the month of October to help make this happen!  Read More

Haunted in Vermont

Glastenbury Mountain

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1) Glastenbury Mountain- There has been a long time mystery surrounding Glastenbury Mountain. Many claim the mountain to be cursed and haunted. This theory started with the native Americans who refused to go to Glastenbury Mountain because they feared that the land was cursed. At that point they only used the land to bury their dead. There have been a large number of murders that have taken place on the mountain dating back to 1892, perhaps earlier. There has also been the mystery of the strange disappearances that took place starting in 1943 as well as UFO sightings. Source

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