You've Found Emerald Ash Borers Inside Your Tree—What Now?

Posted on: 20 February 2020

If you own ash trees and know that emerald ash borers are in your area, it's important to keep a close eye on the health of your trees. Thinning leaves, holes in the trunk and larval pathways behind the bark are all signs of an infestation. Once they're inside your tree, you can't get rid of them without treatment. Thankfully, emerald ash borer treatment using pesticides is quite effective. However, the health of your tree plays a big role in making the correct determination on how to proceed — it's important to catch emerald ash borers early before they have the chance to cause substantial damage.
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2 Ways You Can Remove A Stump On Your Own

Posted on: 19 February 2020

If you have had a tree fall down in your yard, you may still be left with a stump even after you have had the tree removed and cleaned up. You don't want to just leave that stump in your yard for many reasons, including the fact that it can leave your yard looking unsightly. If you are going to remove it, there are several ways that you can try to do it yourself.
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Three Important Benefits From Regular Tree Trimming Services

Posted on: 14 February 2020

Trimming trees is a vital part of keeping them healthy and growing well, but involves so much more than just aesthetics or cutting a tree down to size. What your trees needs can depend on several different factors, and is helpful for protecting them from diseases and pests, promoting growth, and keeping your property safe from damage. Here are three ways professional tree trimmers can help you. Get the Right Treatment
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Dedicate A Winter Weekend To Tree Care

Posted on: 13 February 2020

Winter is an interesting season. You spend most of your time inside knowing that at any time, it is going to start warming up, and with that warmer weather brings with it the prospect of more work. With tasks like spring cleaning, tidying up the garden beds, maintaining the HVAC system, the list goes on. Here's a little good news for you: there's one type of maintenance you can and should do before winter even ends.
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