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Seasonal Services

Yard Care for Seasonal Residents


Rest Easy When You’re Away


Like many of our customers, you may own another home or business outside of Ashe County, and come here part-time to enjoy our stunning scenery, cool summer breezes and friendly people.

Keeping up with multiple houses can be stressful, but it’s easier than it sounds – and worry-free – with Northwest on your side.

Our Seasonal Services:


  • Lawn and yard maintenance

  • Fall leaf removal

  • Spring bed preparation

  • Firewood delivery

  • Upkeep for natural areas

  • Fallen tree/limb removal

  • Recommendations for local service providers, as needed

Your Eyes and Ears

We’re here for you, keeping a watchful eye on your home. We look for storm damage, broken glass, etc.  We report back to you, and if we can’t fix the problem, we’ll recommend someone who can.


We’ll also help you avoid problems in the first place. If a tree is leaning dangerously close to your house, we’ll let you know. We’ll remove leaves and debris, and ensure your home has a groomed, lived-in look. When you return, it will be as if you never left.

“I first started with Northwest Lawn Care in 2008, doing routine seasonal yard maintenance at my vacation home in Ashe County. Northwest Lawn Care impressed me immediately with their reliability, professionalism and overall good work. As our relationship developed over the years, I came to rely on them for larger projects such as tree trimming and landscape design, as well as pressure washing and staining my deck and home.


In each case they performed the work in a very acceptable manner and on budget. I would recommend them for any of the jobs mentioned above. I think you will be pleased with the job they will do for you. Besides being professionals, I think you will enjoy dealing with their entire team. Customer service is something that each employee seems to take to heart.


They are all really good people.”


               ~ Larry Gouldthorpe