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After we moved into a new home, I realized that the trees out front needed some serious attention. They were overgrown, tired-looking, and a little dangerous, so I started working with professional arborists to have them trimmed. It was a lot of work, but before we knew it, things had really improved. By the time they were finished pruning the branches, the trees didn't block the view of our home and we really felt like they would bloom better in the spring. Check out this blog for more information that could help you to keep your trees happy and healthy.

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2 Things To Avoid Doing To Your Trees In Cold Weather That Could Damage Them

From the pine trees that are often used for privacy to the tall hardwoods that provide shade and fruit trees that offer up food, every type of tree can be a valuable commodity on your property. While many homeowners will never give their trees a lot of attention, it is best to know how your trees should be treated, especially through the coldest months of the year. Here is a look at two common mistakes you should avoid in the winter to keep your trees protected from the cold. Read More 

3 Important Reasons Why Commercial Property Owners Need To Hire A Tree Service

Are you the owner of a piece of commercial property that has one or more trees growing on it? In general, have you ignored the trees and left them to their own devices? Most trees do not typically need much in the way of care. At least, not most of the time. A little water, some sun, and they're able to thrive. However, this isn't all that trees need. For best results, you should pay to have the trees trimmed on an annual basis. Read More 

3 Simple Signs Your Fig Tree Is In Distress

From added appeal and shade to color, texture, and home value, the benefits of planting trees are easy to see. Unfortunately, proper planting and ongoing maintenance are essential to protect the look and underlying health of these landscaping elements. If you are part of the many homeowners who enjoy the beautiful color, grand height and width of up to 20 feet, and fruit of the fig tree, you most likely worry if your tree is in good overall health. Read More 

Tree Trimming: The Go-To Guide For Homeowners

Having trees on your property is a rewarding luxury because they let you experience nature at its finest. To keep your trees healthy, though, you need to correctly prune (trim) them. You can have an easy time with this process if you follow this guide.  When to Prune To extend a tree's life and maintain its appearance, you can't just prune branches any time you want. There are certain times during the year that determine your success. Read More 

Three Reasons To Remove Your Dying Tree ASAP

Do you have a tree on your property that seems to be more dead than alive? Maybe many of its branches have lost leaves, or perhaps it is covered in fungal brackets and fuzzy patches. In either case, the tree will probably die soon. You may be tempted to leave it in place until it does, but in fact, your best move is to have the dying tree removed from your property sooner rather than later. Read More