Ten Signs That You Need To Remove Your Tree

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Knowing the signs of fatal tree distress is necessary. Learn the symptoms that indicate that you may need to have your tree removed. 1. Crumbling Bark Crumbling bark is a sign that the tree is rotting from the outside in. Since most of the tree's vascular system is just beneath the bark layer, the loss of the bark often means the beginning of the end for your tree. Keep in mind, though, that some trees like the paper birch naturally shed outer bark layers, so consult with a tree service before making a final decision.

10 June 2020

What to Do with a Tree That Has Been Topped by the City

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Sometimes trees interfere with important objects. Most commonly, tree branches will grow around or entangle themselves with power lines and communication lines. When that happens, the city orders that the tree be "topped," or have its top branches chopped off and removed to stop the tree from growing any further around these lines. The owners of the tree are forewarned, but it does not make the aftermath look any better. The tree itself, as long as it still has branches and leaves, will continue to grow, but it looks unsightly and weird.

27 November 2019

4 Tree Removal Facts You Need To Know

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If you have a tree on your property that you want removed, you will probably want to call a professional to take care of it. Removing a tree yourself can be dangerous and time-consuming. The proper tools are required to get rid of trees safely and efficiently. Here are four facts you should know about tree removal. Timely tree removal can save you from legal action. If a tree on your property damages your neighbor's property, you may be liable for the cost of repairs.

4 October 2019

Ways Tree Trimmings Can Benefit Your Property

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Tree care is an aspect of property ownership that often requires more forethought and active attention than homeowners. Trimming the trees is a type of care that will often be overlooked or undervalued by homeowners. Prevent Disease From Spreading The trees that are growing on your property are extremely durable, and they will typically go for years without experiencing significant health problems. Unfortunately, it can be possible for these plants to encounter health issues that could spread if they are left unaddressed.

29 July 2019

5 Instances In Which You Should Not Trim A Tree Yourself

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If your tree has a single broken branch or a branch that is growing into the side of your home, you can typically trim that tree yourself, provided you have sharp shears on hand. However, there are many cases in which you should not trim a tree yourself but instead hire professionals. Here are five of those circumstances. 1. The tree needs a lot of reshaping. A tree that has one or two longer or misplaced branches is one thing; you can probably attempt a DIY trim.

7 June 2019

3 Details to Focus on with Landscape Maintenance for a Vacation Rental

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When you operate a vacation rental, you may know that you will have guests entering and leaving your home on a regular basis. Also, since the guest count may be rather high throughout an entire year, you may want to do everything that you can to impress everyone who stays at the rental. While you will need to pay attention to a lot of details to keep the vacation rental in excellent condition, you should not hesitate to get help from landscape maintenance services.

19 April 2019

Thinning Out Overgrown Shade Trees Could Allow More Sunlight To Brighten Your Yard

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If you bought property with several large shade trees, you may have been attracted to the idea of a nice shady lawn and sun protection for your home. However, as the seasons pass, you may view the trees as a liability. Too much shade can be as bad as too little. You may consider removing some of the trees, but this could be a drastic measure. Trimming and thinning them might be all that's needed to let more sun shine through.

16 January 2019