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Why Winter Is a Good Time for Tree Pruning

November 19, 2020

As the colder weather starts to move in, tree pruning and maintenance may be the last thing on your mind. However, winter may be a great time of the year to prune your trees safely and efficiently. Here are a few reasons why you should reach out to a tree trimming service to have your […]

How Stump Removal Keeps Your Yard Safe and Healthy

October 29, 2020

After cutting down a tree, it is wise to start the stump removal process as soon as possible. Some homeowners may ignore the task, perhaps perceiving it to be inconsequential. But it can cause a wide range of problems in your home. Here are the top five reasons for uprooting trees and discarding the stump. […]

Dead Tree Dangers: What Homeowners Need to Know About Dead Trees on Their Property

October 27, 2020

The National Storm Damage Center reports that falling trees cause over $1 billion every year in damages. Dead trees, in particular, can be hazards both during and after storms, as their weakened structures can be prone to breaking. If you have a dead tree on your property, here is why you shouldn’t wait to call […]

The Art of Shaping Trees Keeps Them Healthy

October 9, 2020

It is recommended to cut 10% to 15% of the live growth of a tree’s interior when crown thinning. There are actually many industry standards when it comes to shaping and pruning trees. True arborists that work for a local tree service company can give you recommendations for shaping, crown cleaning, crown thinning, and tree […]

A Guide on Surface Roots and How to Deal with Them

September 28, 2020

Surface roots growing on the yard usually spell trouble for most homeowners. The roots make it hard to maintain your lawn and increase the risk of damaging your lawnmower. Besides, the surface roots can buckle your walkways and crack pavements. They are also a major trip hazard and are an unsightly protrusion on your lawn. […]

Uprooting Trees: Good for Your Yard

August 27, 2020

The right tree service done on your property can do more than make your land look good, it can make your property safer and give you a better return on your investment as well. Did you know that taking care of the trees on your property by either uprooting trees or keeping them trimmed can […]

Crown Cleaning and Crown Thinning Helps Maintain Healthy Trees

Did you know that a tree has the potential to weigh 50 tons or even more? That’s a pretty heavy tree in your yard that could be close to your home. A tree that heavy more than likely has a few limbs that could fall on your home or vehicles. If you’ve noticed that you […]

Essential Tree Pruning Tips to Prevent Property Damage

August 5, 2020

As trees grow older and mature, it’s important to keep up their maintenance. The National Storm Damage Center reported that over $1 billion worth of property damage each year is the result of falling trees. Tree pruning can be helpful in order to prevent these damages. Crown cleaning your trees will not only keep the […]

What You Need to Know About Tree Care and Removal

July 27, 2020

Unfortunately, many homeowners do not think about hiring a tree removal service company until they notice they have some hazardous trees on their property. A tree removal service company that offers professional tree care services can help to ensure you never have to worry about dead trees. Tree care is something that should be left […]

3 Good Reasons to Remove Dead Trees From Your Property

June 29, 2020

Having a property covered with beautiful trees may seem like the ultimate dream for many homeowners. But while trees can live for hundreds of years, they don’t last forever. Whether due to storm damage, lack of maintenance, or insect activity, a tree on your property may die at some point. The question is: do you […]

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