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.
17 February 2021
If you're having your trees trimmed, you can save some time and hassle by prepping the area in advance. In some cases, you may not have much to do. In other cases, you may need to clear some items out of the area so your tree trimming professionals can reach the trees in question. Here are some of the things to check for when clearing the area for tree trimming.
27 January 2021
A fallen tree on your property requires prompt removal, especially if it damaged buildings that will need repair. The following can help you understand the basic steps of this process. 1. Damage Assessment The first thing that must be done is an assessment of the damage, particularly if it has fallen on a structure such as your home. Not only will the insurance company need to review the damage, but the tree removal service must perform an assessment so that they can draft a removal plan that minimizes the chances of further damage.
13 January 2021
Having trees removed can be a more expensive process than you may have expected due to the variety of steps involved and what kind of condition your trees are in. When you're hiring a professional to take care of tree removal rather than going a DIY route, you'll need to be careful with checking what the pricing will be like so that you can have any trees removed from your property without as much of a concern over whether you'll be comfortable with the cost for the work that's going to be done.
28 December 2020
Overgrown landscape trees can be both a safety hazard and unattractive. Pruning can solve the issue, but you need to prune right for the situation. Situation One: Good Structure and Height In some cases, an overgrown tree is of a suitable height, but the crown is too dense and some weaker branches are growing too low on the trunk. As long as the basic structure is good, in other words, there is only a single trunk and the main lateral branches are spaced evenly throughout the crown, you will only need to make thinning cuts to improve the tree.
14 December 2020
Flooding can cause major damage to your landscaping, even the large trees in your yard aren't immune. Fortunately, the right actions following the flood can often save the trees. 1. Remove All Debris After a flood, chances are there is some debris around the tree. Branches, garbage, leaves, and other debris cover the soil over the roots and slow down the drying process in the soil. Remove all of this debris to allow the soil to dry more quickly.