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Fall Tree Pruning

Fall Tree Pruning

A Common Mistake

While cleaning up fallen leaves this season, you may think it's the perfect time for some fall tree pruning. Think again! Unless there are signs of disease, dead branches, or branches that could become a hazard, you shouldn't prune anything in the fall. Read more

What’s a tree hollow

What’s a Tree Hollow

And Why is it Important

A tree hollow is a hole or cavity in a living tree. Holes can appear in tree trunks after a limb breaks off or the bark sustains injuries that expose the sapwood. While a tree hollow may seem like a detriment to the tree, it's an important part of the surrounding environment. Read more

Removing Woodland Trees

If a Tree Falls in the Woods, Should I Remove it?

The Pros and Cons of Removing Woodland Trees

Removing woodland trees from your property has both pros and cons. From issues of safety to protecting the ecosystem, there's a lot to consider when it comes time to decide if a tree should stay or go. Read more

What to do with Fallen Autumn Leaves

What to do with Fallen Autumn Leaves

They’re not Just for Raking Anymore

Autumn brings vivid red, yellow, and orange hues to the landscape. But when leaves change color it means more than just fall, it means fallen autumn leaves. There are things you can do to make the most of these leaves and help strengthen your lawn and garden Read more

Overhanging Tree Branches: What are the Laws?

Overhanging Tree Branches

What are the Laws?

When it comes to overhanging tree branches in your yard, over your house, or along power lines that effect your home, you may have some say about what happens to that tree and its maintenance. Read more

Dealing with Storm Damage to Your Yard

The Best Way to Handle Storm Damage

Before, During, and After a Storm

Whether the area you live is susceptible to hurricanes, tornados, or other natural disasters, there's a way to help prepare for possible storm damage to your yard. While you may think a strong, seemingly healthy tree could withstand the forces of a large storm, you could be underestimating the power of Mother Nature. Read more