Stump Removal: 2 Ways To Eliminate The Eyesore From Your Backyard

Posted on: 2 March 2017

Do you have tree stump in your backyard? If so, it may be quite the eyesore. Not only does the stump likely look bad, but it could become problematic for you in many ways, too. For example, if you have children who like to play around in the backyard, they may end up tripping over the stump and falling down on the ground or getting hurt. A stump in your yard could also lead to a pest problem with insects (e.
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Two Reasons Why You Should Start Getting Regular Tree Service

Posted on: 26 January 2017

If you have trees on your property, you understand the importance of keeping them in good condition. Well-maintained trees make your lawn look incredible and can be an incredible way to enhance the curb appeal of your home. However, as much as you may want to have a beautiful lawn, you might be having a hard time keeping your yard in good condition. That's why it's such a good idea to invest in regular tree service.
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Young Tree Care Tips For A Healthy Life

Posted on: 12 January 2017

With the coming of spring often comes the planting of new landscape trees. Whether you plant dormant trees in late winter or trees in the flush of growth in spring or early summer, proper care during the first year after planting is key to ensuring they thrive. The following tips can help you successfully plant your new tree. Tip #1: Don't amend the soil It's tempting to backfill the planting hole with compost and fertilizer amended soil, but this actually does the tree a disservice.
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Tips For Planting Trees Near Utility Lines

Posted on: 28 November 2016

Utility lines, both those above ground and those placed below, can suffer damage from the trees in your landscape. It's best to plan ahead before you even plant a new tree, simply so you can avoid trouble down the road. The following tips will help you manage the health of your tree in relation to nearby utility lines. Tip #1: Locate underground lines It goes without saying that you need to know the location of all underground utilities before planting a tree, as you don't want to hit one during the process.
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