Want To Put A Playground In Your Backyard? Prepare The Space With Tree Removal

9 December 2018
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While raising your children, you may take them to a local park on occasion so that they can use the playground. If your kids are still young after you become a homeowner, you may think about the possibility of adding a playground to your backyard that your kids can use for many years. One of the things that may be preventing you from moving forward with this addition is having a backyard full of obstacles.
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Two Reasons ro Never Prune Your Dogwood Trees in Spring or Summer

8 November 2018
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Although you may love the natural beauty of your property's dogwood trees, you may feel that they require a bit of shaping, especially if they are growing too close to your house or other structure. However, even if you feel that you need to perform the task early in the growing season, there are reasons you should never prune your dogwood trees during the spring or summer months. 1. Exposes the Trees to Dogwood Borers
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How To Maintain Newly Installed Sod

17 September 2018
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Sod is a common landscaping installation that is made out of pre-grown grass attached to mats of soil that allows you to enjoy a fully-grown lawn in just a single day's installation time. However, despite the fact that the grass is already mature and grown, it does still require some regular maintenance to ensure that the roots are able to set into the soil. Understanding what can be done to ensure that your sod stays healthy and takes root can help you ensure that your lawn becomes healthy and durable in no time.
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Should You Have A Tree Removed From Your Property?

31 July 2018
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When you have large trees on your property, you have the benefit of owning a mature landscape. While trees on your property can be beautiful and add curb appeal to your home, they can also become a nuisance. In some situations, it's best to remove an offensive tree rather than try to keep it on your property. When do you remove a tree, or when do you let it continue to grow?
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Two Causes of Bark Damage and What to Do About Them

30 May 2018
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Bark girdling is a real issue, and it can kill a landscape tree. This type of girdling occurs when too much bark is lost around the circumference of the tree. When this occurs, the inner layer of bark is no longer there to aid in the transport of nutrients to the branches above, which will eventually cause the tree to die. Fortunately, you can prevent this from happening if you know the main causes and how to prevent them.
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About Me
Getting Trees Trimmed

After I moved into my house, I realized that there were some serious problems with the trees around our place. They seemed diseased, and I wasn't sure what to do about the problem. Fortunately, a friend of mine referred me to a great tree trimmer, and he helped me to identify and remove branches that weren't supposed to be there. It was really great to see how much of a difference it made, and within a few months my entire yard was completely renovated. This blog is here to help other people to trim their trees and beautify their yards.