When you need tree removal done, it's not always as obvious as you might hope it would be. Sometimes you have to keep a keen eye out to see what your trees need. A dead tree removal specialist (sometimes referred to as an arborist) can assist you in getting the most out of your experience and knowing when it's time to take a tree down for good. Here are signs a tree is dead or dying, and some insight as to why it's better to just get rid of those types of trees in the first place. [Read More]
Prepare For The Big One (Or A Little One) By Earthquake-Proofing Your Yard
Do you live in an area that suffers from earthquakes? Many more Americans live in earthquake-prone regions than may realize it. And while there's nothing you can do to prevent an earthquake, you can take steps to reduce damage and injury on your property. Here are a few landscaping tips that any property owner can and should consider. 1. Secure Hardscaping The hardscaping in your yard is all the inorganic elements—things like decks, patios, flower pots, play areas, pathways, driveways, and rocks. [Read More]
Tree Removal: How It Can Benefit The Value Of Your Home
If you want to give your home better value, then you should consider having tree removal done. You'd think that taking out a tree in your home wouldn't increase home value since having trees typically adds value to your home, but sometimes it really is in your best interest to take a tree out. If you have a tree you want to have taken down, then have your tree removal services specialist assist you. [Read More]
Pruning Vs. Trimming—What's The Difference And Why Does It Matter?
Maintaining a yard might look simple at first glance, but there's a lot involved to keep the plants on your property healthy and happy. Trees are often the most dominant parts of any landscape, so it's no surprise that they're also the most challenging to maintain. Keeping your trees looking good requires skill, care, and a surprising amount of technical terminology. "Pruning" and "trimming" are common terms you'll often hear when dealing with trees, and it's easy to think they mean the same thing. [Read More]