When I moved into my house, I noticed that there were a few trees that were significantly overgrown. I knew that I had to do something to make things right, so I started looking for tree trimmers in the area with the kind of experience I needed. I worked with them to figure out what needed to be done, and after they offered a fair quote, I had them begin work. The difference they were able to make was amazing, and I was really impressed with their contribution. This blog is here to help people to make their trees like new with the help of a professional arborist.
23 August 2017
Allowing your dogs to run around in the yard is one of the best reasons to have a yard at all. Many people, especially young singles and couples may feel led to purchase a home with a yard in order to have space for puppies. If there are a number of yards, trees, and plants in your area, you a may find that your dogs make great puppy friends. if your animal has come back inside with a tick, you will need to make changes in your environment.
12 February 2016
Grinding a stump can be a lot of work and can require that you rent relatively expensive equipment. If you do not want to spend the time and money on mechanically removing the stump in your yard, another option is to use chemicals to slowly destroy the stump to remove the eyesore from your property. How Potassium Nitrate Works Chemicals work by accelerating the process in which stumps decompose. They use potassium nitrate, which allows for the formation of bacterial growth that allows for the stump to decay more quickly.
10 August 2015
When your tree removal service comes to cut down your tree, they'll likely chop it into portable pieces and cart it away in a truck. Some services, when asked, will chop the wood into pieces small enough to use for firewood, and will leave the wood on your property. Some charge a fee for this service. If you store the newly cut wood properly and allow it to dry for the necessary amount of time, you can turn your old, dead tree into firewood for your home.
26 November 2014
Lovely lilacs welcome summer with bright clusters of blossoms and their signature aromatic scent. The broad green leaves are also a welcome backdrop in the summer garden. A mature lilac can reach 6 feet or more in height, but it requires proper trimming to develop an attractive framework. Timing Is Everything Trimming at the wrong time can prevent the lilac from flowering the following year. The best time to prune is in midsummer, after the blossoms have wilted but before new flower buds appear.