A very common question we are asked is, "what do you do in the winter?" Well, much to most homeowners surprise, we still do tree work throughout the winter months. In fact, some tree work (such as pruning) is best done during the winter months. Learn more about tree pruning during the winter.
During a full tree removal, many professional skills and techniques are used. Removing a tree safely requires experience and a certain set of professional skills. Part of those required skills and techniques are the different knots used for each situation. Learn about some of the different types of knots necessary for a full tree removal
Many times after a tree has fallen, we found the cause was due to white rot. White rot is hard to detect before a tree falls, but there are some signs to look for. Inspect the base of the tree for mushrooms, inspect underneath the bark, ensure the environment is not overly wet (this encourages the fungus growth). Taking these small steps may help prevent a full tree removal. Learn more about white rot and how to help diagnose it in hopes of preventing a full tree removal.
Many times trees are left untouched for years at a time. What many homeowners do not know is that trees need to be trimmed periodically. There are multiple reasons why tree trimming is important: preventing disease, helping new growth, improving image. Learn more about when and why tree trimming should happen periodically.
Homeowners are usually concerned (and rightfully so) about how low the stump needs to be ground in order to plant grass. Usually, it's about 4 inches; however, we usually go much deeper than that. Learn more about the proper depth of stump grinding.
Many people think that trees actually heal themselves. Despite popular belief, they do not. They use a process of compartmentalization to help keep the wound from growing and to keep the wound from becoming susceptible to disease, funguses, and insects. Learn more about compartmentalization here.