Tree Removal And Yard Safety During Storm Seasons

Posted on: 23 October 2017

If you live in an area with plenty of trees, hurricane and tornado seasons can turn your yard into a liability farm. Dangling branches, splitting tree trunks, and the potential for flying projectiles can create an expensive insurance issue and may put your household in serious danger. Whether the storms have passed or have recently finished redecorating your yard with reclaimed arbor, here are a few dangerous tree removal and storm maintenance issues to handle immediately:
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Important Questions Concerning Having Your Trees Trimmed

Posted on: 11 September 2017

Tree care will often require the tree to be trimmed. This can be necessary to remove disease, minimize the risk of falling branches, or address other problems. While having a tree trimmed is a routine type of work to have done to your property, it is common for there to be some questions that homeowners will need answered before they feel comfortable utilizing these services for the first time. Why Is It Necessary To Have A Consultation Before The Tree Trimming Can Occur?
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Summer Tree Stressors: Too Much Sun And Too Much Rain Can Be Hard On Your Trees

Posted on: 22 August 2017

Trees are susceptible to extreme weather conditions just like other living things. When temperatures rise and the rain pours down, there are several ways trees can be damaged. Sunscald Sunscald is caused by overexposure to sunlight. With the long days and high temperatures of summer, sunscald is something you may see on even healthy trees. Young trees or trees with thin bark are especially susceptible. Sunscald can affect all parts of a tree, bark, leaves, and fruit.
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Natural Ways To Protect Your Yard And Home From Ticks

Posted on: 30 July 2017

Ticks are parasites that feed on the blood of any animal they attach themselves to. They inject a numbing toxin into the skin of the host to avoid being felt as they burrow under it. While feasting, they can also transmit a number of disease pathogens that will harm the host. Two of the common and dangerous pathogens they may carry include the ones for Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.
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