3 Important Reasons For Regular Tree Trimming

Do you own a home with one or more trees on the property? How long has it been since the trees were pruned or trimmed back? If it's been several years or if you simply don't know how long it's been since the trees were trimmed, now is a good time to remedy that situation. There are a number of reasons why trimming and pruning are essential to maintaining your trees.   Read More...

Four Reasons Not To Skip Your Annual Tree Trimming Appointment

With winter drawing to a close, it's time for your annual tree trimming appointment! You may be tempted to skip this appointment, particularly if your trees seem to look okay and you have not really had any issues with them. But annual tree trimming is important for a number of reasons. Here's a look. Diseased branches are removed early on. Most fungal diseases that affect trees begin on just a branch or two before spreading to the rest of the tree.   Read More...

How To Decide When Tree Removal Is Right And Dealing With The Mess Left Behind

Trees are a very valuable addition to your property, but they are also a hazard when they are unhealthy and at risk of falling. To keep you family and your property safe, sometimes tree removal is the right decision to make. Before you decide on tree removal, you may want to make sure that you have tried to solve the problem, and when it comes time to remove the tree, you will have a mess to clean up.   Read More...

Signs That You Are Dealing With A Weak Tree

Weak trees are dangerous and difficult to remove because they can fall unexpectedly, splinter or fall in the wrong direction and cause damage or injury. That's why you need to know the stability of a tree before attempting to cut it down. Here are four situations that point to a weak tree that needs to be removed with care: The Tree Has Survived a Fire The fact that a tree has survived a fire doesn't mean that it is strong enough.   Read More...

Reasons To Have Your Pine Trees Trimmed

If you have a large number of pine trees in your yard, you may be considering having the trees trimmed. Here are a few reasons why: Ice Storms When pine trees are exposed to ice, they can break, causing large amounts of property damage, especially if the trees are situated close to your home. Each pine tree branch includes a large number of needles, and as ice forms on the tree, each needle is individually coated by the frozen water.   Read More...