Making Your Trees Like New
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Making Your Trees Like New

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.

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Making Your Trees Like New

  • Your Fall Tree Care Checklist

    29 August 2017

    As summer draws to a close and you start to see changing leaf colors and chillier mornings, it's time to start thinking about caring for your trees to prepare them for winter and for next year's growing season. This guide can help you know how to provide the basic care for your trees as the days grow colder.  1. Fertilize.  Trees draw on nutrients from the soil, and the soil can become depleted if it is not revitalized.

  • Eager To Get New Trees Planted As Summer Arrives? 3 Tips For Making The Right Choices

    29 August 2017

    Getting new trees planted in your yard can make a big difference in the way that it looks and the shade that you have available to you. If you're interested in getting new trees planted with the start of summer, it's important that you look into what kinds of things you can do and what should be kept in mind when choosing a type of tree. By being patient and considering the following tips you'll be much more likely to find trees that are a fantastic addition to your yard.

  • Help Your New Tree Survive Its First Winter

    28 August 2017

    If you have a newly planted tree in your yard, you know that it needs a special level of care until it is well established. The first winter is a period of stress for the tree, and proper preparation and maintenance can ensure your tree gets through the change in seasons stronger and healthier than before. Here's what you can do to help a new tree survive its first year.

  • 4 Outdoor Safety Hazards on Historic Properties & What You Can Do About Them

    28 August 2017

    If you've recently purchased a graceful old home because you've fallen in love with its historic charm, you're probably prepared to have the necessary upgrades performed in order to transform it into a liveable environment for you and your family. For instance, vintage homes often need electrical upgrades because the existing wiring systems can't handle the needs of modern families. You will also want to have any original paint removed and replaced with lead-free paint, particularly if you have children in the home as well as have the plumbing checked out and repaired if needed to ensure that your family's drinking water is clean and safe.

  • How To Recognize And Trim Damaged Tree Branches

    28 August 2017

    One of the most important reasons for having your trees trimmed is when a branch is damaged or diseased. Removing the branch that has dead or discolored leaves improves the appearance of the tree and it keeps the disease from spreading. Here are some tips for recognizing branches that should be trimmed and how to do it. Look For Broken Branches And Dead Leaves Problem branches are usually easy to see because the leaves die and turn brown.