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Yard Work and Landscaping
& Maintenance Services

We all have that neighbor with the perfect, enviable lawn. The reality is that most of us don’t have the time to spend mowing, planting, mulching and trimming to get us there.

But with our help, you can have the house everyone envies - without lifting a finger.

Whether you need help pulling those unsightly weeds and planting flowers, installing a fence, or staining your deck, TruBlue can help.

Services available:
  • Power washing patios, decks, and porches
  • Leaf removal
  • Planting and clearing flower beds
  • Lawn seeding, fertilizing and aerating
  • Cleaning and storing lawn furniture
  • Pruning bushes and small trees
  • Fencing installation and repair
  • Weeding and edging
  • Seasonal tasks

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We operate in many different locations across the US

We Shine with Busy Families and Seniors

With our flexible landscape maintenance services, you get to actually enjoy your beautiful yard - not just tend to it. Busy families and seniors love TruBlue because we give them the gift of more time. More time spent with family and friends. More time to relax. More time enjoying the little things in life.

From landscape maintenance services to house cleaning, handyman services and beyond, TruBlue can help.

So sit back, relax, and let us handle the rest.

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Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall

All you have to do is call TruBlue. With all season maintenance plans that fit your busy life, you can relax knowing that your yard will be beautiful year around. Whether it’s planting flowers in the Spring, pool cleaning in the Summer, raking leaves in the Fall or shoveling snow in the Winter, we are here to help so you can enjoy your life with the ones you love.

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Monthly landscape maintenance that fits your busy life

Whether you need occasional help or more regular maintenance, TruBlue can create a custom yard maintenance plan that’s just right for you.

With TruBlue’s House Care Plus packages, you decide how many hours you need help every month, then we do the rest to get your yard in tip-top shape. And don’t worry - any unused hours roll over to the next month, automatically.

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Adding value to your home doesn’t always mean redoing the basement, getting a new roof or embarking on another large – and expensive – project. You can make your house more valuable and more attractive to potential buyers in the future with small projects too! From adding ceiling fans to updating your bathroom to installing a new front door, here are our five favorite projects for making a large impact without making a large investment: Front Door: Your front door says a lot about your home and is often the first interaction guests have with your property. While a standard front door will run about $100, for a slightly larger investment, you can get something with some extra character. While installing a new door isn’t overly complicated, this is a great time to get new weather stripping, paint your trim, and freshen up your front porch. Let your local TruBlue do all the handyman work! We can also help you paint your door if that’s the direction you want to go. Bathroom Floors: While we often talk to people about future-proofing their home with a zero- or low-entry shower or adding grab bars, replacing the floor can have a big impact on the room too. Let’s face it – bathroom floors get gross and, no matter how well you clean them, they easily fall victim to daily use. Consider swapping out that 90s tile for something more modern (and less slippery!) Upgrading Cabinets: Replacing your cabinets can be an expensive project, but you don’t have to start from scratch to give your cabinets new life! Cabinets can be stained or painted – depending on what you’re starting with – and new knobs and handles can give your space a fresh look, no matter your style. While switching out pulls can be pretty easy, consider bringing in a TruBlue professional to help with painting or staining. You’ll notice those streaks every day if they aren’t done just right. Ceiling Fans: No matter what part of the country you live in, ceiling fans are a hit. From adding them to upstairs bedrooms to updating them in your dining room, having the right ceiling fans can make your home much more attractive and really add value. This isn’t a major project, but working with the electric and cutting into the ceiling is definitely something you want to consider hiring a professional to help with before you get started. Freshen Your Walls: Whether you’re someone who loves color or you’re beige and gray all the way, having fresh, clean, and repaired walls isn’t something to overlook. Drywall is easily damaged and a hassle to fix right. Let us come in, make those repairs, paint, clean up the dust, hang fresh artwork or do whatever else you’d like to give your home that “finished” feel. TruBlue technicians around the country are ready to help with your house projects, from small repairs and upgrades like these to cleaning services, handyman repairs, yard work, and more.
It has been a long year without summer grill-outs, without holiday parties, without family birthdays… As the world starts to reopen and we consider getting together with our friends and families, it’s also a great time to start thinking about upgrading your entertainment space (instead of just your office). From patio makeovers to powder room remodels to living room upgrades, TruBlue Total House Care is here to help. If you’re ready to entertain again, here are our four things your home needs: An Outdoor Space Your Friends Will Love: Even if you’re not ready for a full patio or porch redesign, there are a lot of things you can do to make your outdoor space fun and functional. First of all, let TruBlue clean up the landscaping and get your lawn in order. Next, consider what kind of flexible seating you want to have available and how often you’ll use it. If you have space and you’re allowed to have one, a fire pit is always a great addition for outdoor entertaining. A Powder Room You Aren’t Embarrassed About: If you have a half bath most of your guests use, consider giving it a facelift. There isn’t typically much floor space in a half bath, so a makeover is typically a pretty affordable project. Could a new sink, mirror, and coat of paint do the trick? Don’t overlook this small space – people will likely spend more time looking at your décor in the bathroom than anywhere else in your home. A Kitchen Fit for Family Dinners: A full kitchen remodel might be out of the cards if you don’t have a big budget, but there are affordable upgrades you can make, especially if your family likes to spend a lot of time cooking together in the kitchen. Adding a backsplash and a farmhouse sink can make a big impact and even just a deep cleaning can bring a kitchen back to life. Let the technicians at your local TruBlue help. A Living Room Retreat: We’ve all spent a lot of time at home over the last year and, if you’re like us, things have gotten a little cluttered and dingy. Before you have family and friends hanging out in your living room, take some time to step back, look around, do a deep-cleaning, think about new organizational solutions, and, perhaps, think about rearranging! Did you know that TruBlue can help with closet redesigns, deep cleaning, furniture assembly (hello IKEA!) and so much more? Let us help you turn your living room into space you’ll love for years to come. If you’re looking for someone who can help with these projects and much more, find your local TruBlue Total House Care location.
Whether you live in Colorado or Connecticut, winter brings cooler temperatures and it can help the efficiency of your home if you weatherproof and winterize! Here are a few things you’ll want to do – or bring TruBlue in to do – before winter is in full force. Doors and Windows: Take a look at your doors and windows, especially around the edges. If you feel any cool air coming into your house, look at adding weatherstripping or caulk around the problem areas. If the issue is with the windows themselves, especially if they aren’t on the front of your house, you might want to think about insulating them with plastic film. It doesn’t look great unless you get it perfectly installed, but it does work and it’s easy to remove later. Gutters and Downspouts: The fall can be tough on your roofing system, but especially on your gutters and downspouts. It’s important to make sure your gutters and downspouts are clear, not only to ensure that water can drain properly (and away from your house) but also to make sure they aren’t carrying unnecessary weight ahead of any substantial snowfall. Heating Systems and Chimneys: Even if you’ve already been running the heat or having fires in your fireplace, this is a good time to have both your heating system and your chimney inspected, cleaned and, if necessary, repaired. It’s always better to have this kind of work done when it’s not an emergency and no one wants to be without heat in January! In addition to these three main areas, now is a good time to walk the exterior of your home for any cracks or foundation issues and to have your roof inspected. If you need help with this or any of our weatherproofing or winterizing suggestions, contact your local TruBlue to get started. This is also a good time for you to make sure you’re prepared too! If you live in an area that gets ice or snow, make sure you have a snow shovel, ice scraper and salt on hand. This is also a good time to check and refresh your emergency kit. Here’s what the Department of Homeland Security suggests you have in your kit: www.ready.gov/kit.

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TruBlue Total House Care has locally owned and operated locations across the U.S. Support local business, backed by the assurance of a national name you can trust.

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