Joy Taylor

  • What To Expect With A Tree Removal Service

    Trees can be a great addition to any yard by adding color and breaking up the monotony of the grass. However, if the tree is not cared for properly, you may find that it is a danger to you and your neighbors. If a tree is growing over your home, or it is growing into a power line, then the tree is a major hazard to you, your family, and quite possibly your neighbors.
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  • Terrible Termites: Removing A Termite Tree From Your Yard

    When one of the trees in your yard becomes a haven for termites, you might feel a moment of panic. Will they travel to your house? Is it safe to leave the tree at all? Fortunately, termites in a tree do not mean your house will be the next feast, but you do want to eliminate the risk. Here's what you need to know about removing a termite tree in your yard.
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  • Is Your Tree Too Damaged To Save?

    Whether your tree has been through a storm, an illness, a hard winter, or some other trauma, many homeowners wonder whether or not a damaged tree can bounce back and become healthy again, or if the tree needs to be removed. If you have a tree with significant damage, here are some indicators that your tree is at the end of its life.  1. Large pieces of missing bark. Deer and rabbits like to eat the bark of trees, especially young trees with tender bark.
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  • Recently Remove A Tree? Learn How To Remove The Tree Roots And Stump

    Dealing with tree roots is one of the unforeseen problems that come with removing a tree. Those roots can keep growing after the tree has been removed, which can cause them to damage your home in the form of cracked pavement or broken sewer lines. Here are some tips for removing the tree roots after removing a tree. Suffocate The Roots With Mulch One method to remove roots that is environmentally friendly and safe is to use mulch.
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  • Want To Put Up A Fence? Work With Your Neighbor To Remove A Tree On Both Properties

    When you first bought your house, it may have just been you and your spouse living there. But now you may have a child on the way and a dog in your family, which means the backyard will get more use. It is understandable to want to add a feature such as a fence that gives you both privacy and security. You may be interested in building a fence on your property line to maximize the space inside the fence.
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  • 2 Mistakes To Avoid That Could Cause Wood Rot In Your Trees

    If you have several gorgeous trees in your yard that set off your landscaping, you probably want to do all you can to keep them healthy. However, there are a couple of mistakes you should avoid that could make the wood inside your trees rot. Overwatering the Trees Because trees need water to grow, you may decide to water them every day, especially when the weather is dry. However, you want to watch how much water you give your trees, as overwatering can be just as damaging as not enough.
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  • 3 Tips For Selling Timber On Your Land

    While you may have purchased a property with plenty of acreage and trees partly for the view and peaceful setting, another popular reason to buy forested land is to eventually sell timber for a profit. If you've decided to thin out your mature trees by selling to a timber company, it's important to take your time and really understand any deal you make before you sign a contract. Here are a few tips for selling timber on your land for profit:
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  • Tips For Pressure Washing Your Home To Get Rid Of Algae And Mold

    Mature trees are a beautiful addition to your yard, but they can cause problems when they get too close to your home. If your house is in shade all day, then moss, algae, or mildew may grow on the roof and siding. Plus, your gutters fill up with leaves and small twigs. Pressure washing takes are of these problems so you can keep your mature trees and have a beautiful home too.
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  • Tips For Monitoring Tree Health

    Your trees provide a lot of value to your landscape, in fact, they can sometimes even increase the value of your home. Issues occur when you ignore or simply don't notice when a major problem is brewing. This can lead to the premature loss of the tree, which could further cause property damage if it were to blow down or begin dropping large branches. The following can help you spot problems before this happens.
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