Enhancing Curb Appeal with Tree Pruning

Posted on: 16 August 2023

When it comes to creating an inviting and aesthetically pleasing home, curb appeal plays a significant role. While many homeowners focus on landscaping and exterior paint, one aspect that often gets overlooked is the trees on the property. Tree pruning is a powerful tool that can greatly enhance the curb appeal of your home. This blog post will explore how tree pruning can transform the look of your property and make a lasting impression on visitors and potential buyers.
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Should You Remove Your Callery Pear Tree?

Posted on: 25 July 2023

The Callery pear tree has long been the darling of suburban developers throughout the United States, but neither it nor the varieties known as the "Bradford" pear or the "Cleveland Select" are native to this country.  They were brought to the United States from Asia in the 1900s for fruit farming, but they quickly became popular among homeowners because of their upward-growing branches, aesthetically pleasing shape, beautiful white blooms every spring, and vibrant fall foliage.
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Could Tree Removal Be The Key To Stopping Your Pest Problems?

Posted on: 7 July 2023

Your trees may be a source of beauty, pride, shade, and even fruit for you and your family, but the things that make those trees so attractive to you can also be attractive to pests, that then wander into your home. While that seems mainly like a pest control issue, the care you give the trees in your yard also plays a role in how hospitable those trees seem to unwanted critters.
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How To Know A Tree Needs To Be Removed

Posted on: 19 June 2023

Did you know that trees that look perfectly healthy can actually be at huge risk of falling over or creating other hazards? Here are some signs you need to schedule a tree removal. Extensive Decay or Rot Trees with extensive decay or rot are at a higher risk of falling, which can pose a serious threat to people and property in the vicinity. If you notice significant decay or rotting in the trunk, branches, or roots of a tree, it can be an indication that the tree's structural integrity has been compromised.
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