Busting Apart Myths About Tree Trimming

Posted on: 14 October 2021

Tree trimming is a service that sounds pretty simple but is actually more complex and involved than you might assume. There are specific techniques that tree trimmers use in order to avoid harming the tree. Various trees need to be trimmed at different times. And even knowing which branches to trim takes practice! Unfortunately, there happens to be a few myths circulating about tree trimming. This article will bust right through them.
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3 Reasons To Invest In Professional Stump Grinding After Cutting Down The Trees

Posted on: 10 September 2021

If you have some dead tree stumps in your backyard, you need to remove them before they become a health hazard. After cutting down the trees, most people don't think about the tree stumps left and the dangers and damage they are likely to cause. Where possible, you should also ensure you grind the stumps because they may take longer to decompose. However, you shouldn't handle the stump grinding process yourself because it's a risky process.
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5 Reasons To Outsource Land Clearing

Posted on: 27 July 2021

Land clearing may seem as simple as cutting down some trees and brush, but it is actually a specialized skill. The following are a few of the reasons why it is better to outsource any clearing rather than attempt it yourself.   1. Easier Disposal Land clearing can generate a lot of waste, which depending on how it is handled may require many trips to the dump. A professional service actually has several methods to help handle the waste.
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Pruning Flowering Trees

Posted on: 28 June 2021

Flowering trees add grace and beauty to a landscape. Proper trimming and pruning are a must to ensure the trees reach their full blooming potential. New Vs. Old Wood Flowering trees produce flower buds on either old wood or new wood, depending on the tree variety. New wood flowering trees usually start to bloom in late spring or early summer, typically on buds formed in the early part of spring. Some varieties may continue to bloom repeatedly throughout the entire summer.
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