Perry Evans

  • Challenges For A Tree Removal

    Removing a tree isn't always as easy as chopping through the trunk. Safety concerns, combined with the size of the tree, can lead to major challenges.  Nearby Buildings Large trees growing near the house or up against a building pose the risk of damaging the building's structure during removal. A tree service has to work carefully, typically in segments, in order to remove the tree with no damage to the buildings that are nearby.
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  • EAB Infestation? There Is A Treatment Now

    The emerald ash borer has been ravaging ash trees across the United States for some time. This insect invaded so quickly and furiously that arborists and scientists were not initially able to do much for the trees that became infested. Owners just came to accept that if an ash tree became infested with emerald ash borers, that tree would soon die.  Now, however, that is all changing — and EAB infestations are not, necessarily, a death sentence.
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  • 5 Reasons Not To Put Off Tree Pruning

    To humans, trees may seem to grow very slowly, so pruning a tree to keep it growing correctly may not seem like the most urgent task. However, if you procrastinate on this task, a variety of problems could arise. Here are five reasons not to put off tree pruning.  1. Pruning at regular intervals can help control disease One priority at any tree pruning session is removing branches that are diseased.
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  • Find Ways To Save Money When Scheduling Tree Trimming

    If you have any trees on your property that need some work to look their best, it's vital to see what you can do to make sure that they're trimmed to stay healthy. If you're worried about the condition of your trees and want trimming that's going to be done correctly and within your desired price range, you'll need to see what you can expect and how you can find ways to save money.
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  • What Can Kill Your Tree Other Than The Weather

    While weather conditions are to blame for many downed trees, they're not the only thing that can kill a tree. And many trees that fall in a storm may have been damaged or even killed by something else beforehand. Here are some of the things that can kill your tree other than the weather. 1. Accidental injury Accidental injury can come from a multitude of sources. You could accidentally injure your tree by mowing around it.
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  • Controlling The Ticks In Your Yard: What You Should Do

    Ticks can become a major problem. Ticks can carry Lyme disease, which can affect animals and humans alike. Ticks usually are found in trees and tall grass, although they can also be on wooden structures as well. If you have ticks in your yard, there are a number of things you can do to help get rid of them. Read on for a few tips to help you get rid of ticks in your yard.
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  • How To Minimize Damage If You Have To Trim Trees In Wet Weather

    In a perfect world, you would not trim a tree when it's wet outside. Moisture increases the risk of disease spread, being that most tree diseases are caused by moisture-loving bacteria and fungi. There is also more risk of the trimmers slipping and making jagged cuts, which can be hard for the tree to heal. But sometimes situations are not ideal. Maybe your schedule is tight, or perhaps you're leaving town in a few days—and your only option is to trim the tree in wet weather.
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  • 3 Reasons Your Trees Will Benefit From Winter Trimming

    When you own a commercial property, you have to keep up with tree care so the trees stay attractive and so they don't pose a danger to the public. Tree trimming can be done any time of the year, but winter is an especially good time. Here are three reasons your trees will benefit from winter tree trimming.  1. Damaged Growth Can Be Seen And Removed When a tree is full of leaves, it's often difficult to assess the condition of the branches.
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  • Reasons Why Winter Is A Great Time For Tree Pruning

    Your landscape trees could use an annual pruning, and for many trees, winter can be a great time to perform this service. Here are some of the reasons why winter works well for tree pruning. Pests Are Less Active During winter, insect pests tend to be much less active and much less present on and around your trees. Since some insect pests, if present, could target a tree with pruning cuts (which provide an easy way to access the tree's interior), this is one reason why the tree may have better outcomes if you prune during wintertime.
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  • 3 Ways That Tree Removal Can Minimize Property Upkeep

    As a homeowner, you may know that you must put time and effort into maintaining the property to keep everything clean, functional, and attractive. Although upkeep is inevitable, you can make changes to the inside and outside of the home in an effort to reduce how much is required. For instance, you can invest in tree removal to cut down on property upkeep. Understanding the ways that you will be able to achieve success will help you remove the most impactful tree.
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