Landscaping And Lawn Care: 4 Telltale Signs It's Time To Remove That Tree

Posted on: 26 May 2015

The warmer months means homeowners are outside more often. If you have been outside and noticed that the large tree in your yard is no longer beautiful, you may think nothing of it. However, sometimes a tree becomes dangerous and needs to be removed.  So when should you have a tree removed? Here are four telltale signs: 1. Rotting Roots Root rot is one of the most common issues with large trees.
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Things To Consider About Removing A Tree From Your Yard

Posted on: 12 May 2015

If you need to remove a mature tree from your yard, it's probably best to call a professional to do the job. Cutting down a tree is dangerous work. If you try to do it yourself, you could get hurt or damage your property. You could even damage your neighbor's property and end up with big repair bills or a lawsuit. If the tree you want to remove is still fairly small, you might be able to do the job yourself with the proper equipment.
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Three Ways That Removing A Tree Yourself Can Turn Into A Nightmare

Posted on: 6 April 2015

Removing a tree seems like a pretty simple job. It's a big job, but how hard is it really? It turns out, there's a lot more to it than most people are aware of. If you're trying to remove a tree on your own, it's easy to make one of several very common mistakes. Here's a look at a few things to avoid if you're trying this job yourself.  Not Taking Away the Stump
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The Best Trees To Plant Near Your Swimming Pool

Posted on: 1 April 2015

If you are having a new pool installed this spring or summer, don't forget about the landscaping! A truly great pool area is comprised not only of a pool, but also of beautiful trees and flowers. Here are a few of the best types of trees to plant near your new pool. Things To Keep In Mind When choosing trees to plant around your pool, you'll want to choose varieties that can provide you with some much needed privacy as well as some shade.
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