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.
19 March 2020
Healthy trees are a wonderful addition to any landscape, but unfortunately, diseases and pests can destroy the health of your trees. Proper pruning practices that focus on disease and pest prevention can help keep your trees in good shape. The following are some pruning sanitation tips that will help. Sterilize Your Tools A major vector for tree diseases is the tools used to prune them. Shears and saws are exposed to diseases in the sap and bark residue that is left on the tools.
18 March 2020
Do you have a weak tree in front of your property? If the tree is still alive, you may have no interest in having it chopped down, but you do need to get help with maintaining it. When some areas of the tree become weak, it becomes a safety hazard for those who are walking past your property or parking outside of it because parts of the tree could fall to the ground.
18 March 2020
Spring ushers in warmer weather and longer days. Spring also marks the start of the growing season for many of the plants found in your home's landscape. Mature trees need to be examined during the early spring months to determine if professional trimming is required. Know what to look for as you take a closer look at the trees in your home's landscape this spring. Damaged Branches Spring is the perfect time to check your trees for damaged branches.
17 March 2020
Most bugs are black or brown in color and rather unattractive. The emerald ash borer is a bit of an exception in this regard. Its brilliant green exoskeleton calls a lot of attention to itself. If you're not squeamish, you might even find this bug attractive. But rest assured — your ash trees have a different opinion. This article will shed some light on the destructive emerald ash borer, its habits, and what you should do if these bugs have invaded your ash trees.
17 March 2020
The storm season can be hard on trees. Strong wind, heavy rain, and lightning can cause mild or severe damage, so it's good to prepare your trees in advance of the stormy or rainy season. Here are some tips that might help. 1. Remove Dying Or Sick Trees If you have a tree that's dying or leaning, call a tree removal service to cut the tree down before a big storm hits.