Trees Looking A Little Under The Weather? 4 Reasons You Need To Have Them Pruned

Posted on: 15 July 2017

If you've got trees that haven't been pruned in a while, you should take care of that now. You might not realize this, but your trees need to be pruned once in a while. Not only will pruning protect your trees, it will also help protect your property. Here are just four of the reasons you need to engage in tree trimming on a regular basis. Keep Your Tree Healthy
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Planting a Tree in Your Starter Home? 3 Ways to Reap the Benefits

Posted on: 14 July 2017

Living in a starter home means knowing that the place will not be the one you live in forever. This knowledge should change how you go about maintaining and upgrading the home. If you want to plant a tree, you may want to take a different approach compared to if you were living in your forever home. While the future homeowners may gain the most when the tree that you plant is fully grown, you should hire a tree care company to make sure you are able to benefit from the tree while you live there.
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5 Reasons To Get Rid Of That Stump In Your Yard

Posted on: 12 July 2017

Whether you've just purchased a property with a stump in the yard or have recently had a tree removed and are left with the stump, you may be wondering if you should have the stump removed. There are no good reasons for leaving a stump in a yard and garden area and plenty of reasons to remove them. Following are five of them.  Stumps Are Unattractive  Some people try to dress up stumps by placing a planter on top of them and filling them with flowers and plants.
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When & How To Prune Trees In The Summer

Posted on: 12 July 2017

Summer is generally not the best time of year to trim trees. With most trees, it is best to trim them when they are dormant in the spring or fall. However, there are some situations in which it makes sense to prune your trees during the summer time.   When To Prune Your Trees In The Summer In generally, if you want to sculpt or control the size of a tree, it is best to do so when it is dormant.
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