The Importance of Tree Services for Maintenance and Care
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The Importance of Tree Services for Maintenance and Care

There are many reasons why people choose to plant trees on their property, which include to improve the appearance of the landscape and to provide shade. It's often necessary for homeowners to contact a tree service to trim their trees, care for diseased trees and to remove trees. We aren't affiliated with tree service professionals but we think homeowners should understand the importance of tree specialists and why their services are needed. We researched tree care and talked to professionals in the tree service industry to obtain the information we needed for this blog. As you read these articles, you'll learn when it's necessary to contact a tree service to maintain and care for your trees.


The Importance of Tree Services for Maintenance and Care

  • Why Does That Stump Have To Go?

    19 June 2020

    After you chop down a tree, you are left with a stump. If you leave that stump alone, it will eventually deteriorate. But that process might take five or ten years — maybe even longer. Most experts and tree removal companies recommend that you take matters into your own hands and remove the stump. Why? Well, as it turns out, there are several good reasons to remove the stump after removing the tree.

  • A Homeowner's Guide for Mulching Trees

    10 June 2020

    Many homeowners struggle with the area around the base of their landscape trees. Grass often grows sparsely in this spot due to shading and competition for the tree, so all that thrives is a few weedy plants. Fortunately, mulch provides a viable solution to this problem and it benefits the tree by reducing weed competition, insulating surface roots, and conserving water. What Kind of Mulch Is Best? You can use wood chips or bark mulch around any type of deciduous tree, except for black walnut as it produces a chemical that stunts plant growth.

  • Pruning Techniques for Healthy Trees

    26 May 2020

    Healthy landscape trees depend on regular pruning, no matter their age or size. Annual trims can prevent injury to you or your property, as well as injury to the tree. Further, with regular pruning your trees will be healthier, suffer fewer problems, and be easier to care for. The following are some trimming methods that may benefit your tree. Deadwood Removal Deadwood in the canopy is dangerous. A dead branch can come crashing down, crushing property or causing a major injury.

  • Keep Costs Reasonable Trimming Your Trees After Moving

    19 May 2020

    After moving into a new home you've just purchased or started renting, it's important that you look into what's going to be involved in maintenance so that everything continues looking its best. If you're concerned about your trees looking overgrown and not in the kind of condition you want, making sure to keep up with trimming and looking into the costs expected can help you feel much more content with the results you will get.

  • 3 Things You Need To Know About Tree Trimming

    11 May 2020

    Trimming your trees may seem like a straightforward task, but there's more to it than removing a few unsightly limbs. Your property's trees can have a significant impact on your home's value. Having mature trees can increase your property value by up to 20 percent. Your trees are more than just a source of shade. They are an investment. This is why you need to consider tree trimming carefully. You want to trim to preserve your trees, not to harm them.