Ideas To Declutter Your Yard

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Is your patio looking too overwhelming lately? Perhaps you have too many things cluttering your backyard and it’s making you gloomy just looking at it. If this is your case, then it’s time to declutter your yard and make space for a greener and better-looking patio. Doing so will make you feel better about your home and bring you a sense of peace because you’re not hoarding things that attract pests and diseases.

Here are some ideas to declutter your yard.

Remove any dead trees.

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One of the first things you’ll want to do is remove any dead trees that are preventing you from having the flat land that you’ve always desired or that are making your greenery look dreary. You can contact a tree removal company like Affordable Tree Service so they can take care of the cleanup.

Affordable Tree Service removes any trees that show signs of damage by rough weather, are dying or sick, or that block any planned construction areas. Additionally, they remove any trees that have roots that are causing damage to your property, that shed too many leaves for your enjoyment, or that harbor pests. Removing trees that cause you problems will make space for bigger projects and more beautiful trees.

Sell your old things.

You can get rid of any clutter in your backyard that can be given away or sold through garage sales, yard sales, or auctions. If you really want to take advantage of the clutter in your backyard, you can put a price tag on them and display them for your neighbors and other passersby to check out.

Additionally, you can auction cars that are rotting away in your yard and are of no use other than getting rusty and taking up space. There are many companies out there such as Auto Auction Mall that allows people to invest a minimal amount of money for vehicles that are in sellable condition. On the other hand, there are many people who are looking for cars to resell for parts or simply scrap. You could do the same by auctioning your car and selling it to the highest bidder.

Put away your yard care tools in a shed.

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You can also put away all of your yard care tools in a shed so that there’s nothing lying around that can potentially cause you or your family harm if they stepped on or tripped over them. A lot of yard care tools can be rusty or dirty and definitely don’t look good lying around the ground. So why not get a small shed to store your tools after using them to work on your yard?

Clean your outdoor kitchen.

Furthermore, if you have an outdoor kitchen, you can take this opportunity to declutter and clean it so you and your family can enjoy more meals outside in nature. Enjoy the breeze as you chow down on your favorite dishes that you’ve prepared in a clean outdoor kitchen, free of pests and broken dishes.

Remove dead plants from your garden.

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Additionally, you can remove any dead plants that are still lying around in your garden, as this may also attract pesky pests and even promote the growth of fungus in your backyard. Simply take a shovel and dig up dead plants from the root. You can refill the holes with new soil and new plants. You can also take this chance to give away any crops that you harvest from your homegrown gardens to your neighbors. For example, if you have a lot of tomatoes or peppers that are ready to eat but have no space in your kitchen to store them, you can simply give them away to your neighbors so they don’t spoil.

Decluttering your yard will give you a sense of renewal and make space for better things for you and your family.

Jamie Klein
Jamie Klein is the founder and CEO of The Green Parent. She regularly contributes articles to the site and can always be depended on to bring vegan donuts from Donut Friend to the LA office.

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