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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Planning To Trim Overgrown Trees? Ask These Questions Before Starting

Posted on: 26 May 2023

After winter, tree leaves will grow back and form beautiful canopies. While this is expected, sometimes the branches may block your view, get in the way of vehicle or foot traffic, or hit the roofing. When this happens, you will need to consider trimming your tree. This procedure entails cutting particular twigs to ensure you get the desired look without harming the trees. This post will share key questions you should ask before trimming overgrown trees.
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4 Tips For Removing A Diseased Tree

Posted on: 9 May 2023

Tree diseases are typically viral, bacterial, or fungal in nature. Although some issues, like foliage mildews, can be treated and cured, other diseases are fatal to the tree. Prompt removal of trees suffering fatal afflictions is necessary if you want to prevent the disease from spreading to other trees in the landscape.  1. Minimize Debris Fall A declining tree will likely have a lot of dead and dying wood that will fall as debris during removal.
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