Different Pests That Can Cause Serious Damage To Your Trees

16 March 2019
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You probably want to preserve the trees that are on your property as well as possible. After all, you might love the shade and beauty that they add to your yard. Along with having to worry about how the weather will affect your trees, it's also important to realize that there are different pests that can cause a lot of damage to your trees, too. These are some of the pests that you will need to keep an eye on. Read More 

3 Things To Consider Before Hiring A Tree Care Service Company

20 January 2019
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Trees can greatly enhance the look of a property while also providing much needed shade. However, taking care of trees, especially large trees, can be a lot of work. In addition, tree care can be dangerous, which is why many homeowners opt to hire a professional tree care service to help them keep their trees healthy and looking great. But all tree care services are not created equal, so if you're going to invest in hiring a tree care service to maintain your trees, it is important to hire the right one. Read More 

How To Prune Your Trees Correctly

21 November 2018
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If you have a lot of trees in your yard, you may be the envy of your neighbors. However, you'll want to do the right task to help your trees look the best. It's essential to prune your trees on a regular basis if you're going to enjoy the beauty these can offer. Of course, being armed with the right knowledge is the best method for having long-term success. 1.    Visually inspect the tree Read More 

5 Things You Need To Know About Crown Dieback In Your Mature Trees

13 October 2018
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If you're like most homeowners, you appreciate the beauty, shade, and wind protection provided by the mature trees in your landscaping. Most trees don't ask for much in return. Their deep root systems access underground water sources, so except in times of extreme drought, most established trees won't need any extra summer watering, and most mature trees don't require a great deal of pest and pathogen controls or artificial fertilizers. However, in order for trees to truly thrive, it's important that homeowners know the initial indications that the tree may be experiencing failing health. Read More 

Maximize Curb Appeal By Growing A Beautiful Tree In The Front Yard

10 August 2018
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While you may like how your home looks from the outside, you may know that it is lacking compared to neighboring properties. Maximizing curb appeal is something that you can do in many ways, but you may be interested in going the natural route. If you already have a healthy lawn and plants spread throughout the front yard, you can start growing a beautiful tree. Although you could try to find a fitting tree and plant it on your own, you will benefit from hiring a tree service company that can guide you through the process to guarantee success. Read More