Three Ways To Approach Your Stump Removal Safely

Posted on: 15 February 2016

Renting a stump grinder is an ideal way to deal with the unsightly tree stumps left in your yard after you've cut down some trees. Given the risks of using this machine with its rapidly spinning cutting bit and the danger of wood flying off the stump at a high rate of speed, it's important to always make your safety a priority. Here are three important tactics that you can use to keep safe.
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Owning Bigtooth Aspens: Diseases, Insects, And How A Tree Service Can Help

Posted on: 4 January 2016

If your yard has difficult soil that is rich in sand or clay, you might have problems finding trees that can add greenery and shade and thrive in such growing conditions. One possible contender for your yard is the bigtooth aspen, which is a smaller, more yellow-toned tree than more commonly known aspen varieties. The bigtooth's real showstopper is its namesake: glossy green leaves with jagged edges that resemble teeth.
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Step-By-Step Tree Removal

Posted on: 8 December 2015

If you have a dying or dead tree you want to remove, you may be able to take it down yourself. Larger trees should only be removed by a professional, but when it comes to smaller sized trees, removing them yourself is simple. Here are some steps to help you easily and safely take a tree down on your property. Before You Begin Before beginning the process of felling a tree, you need to look around and make sure there aren't any items in the way, like overhead wires, a fence, your garden, or a car.
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Have A Tree To Transplant? Make Sure The Move Doesn't Shock Its System

Posted on: 4 December 2015

When you purchase a tree, you have to move the tree from the place it has been calling home for a while to a new location. If not done properly, your new tree may experience shock when it is transplanted to its new location at your house. Here are a few tips to help you ensure that your new tree doesn't go through shock. Choose A Healthy Tree In order to reduce the risk of shock when a tree is transplanted, you need to make sure that you purchase the healthiest looking tree that you see at the nursery.
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