Caring for Your Trees

Jordan Johnson

Lots of Trees? Hire Fall Seasonal Services from a Tree Care Company

Do you have lots of different trees in your yard? For the most part, trees take care of themselves. They can reach down and gather water from far beneath the ground when rain is scarce. They lose their own leaves and come back again each spring. But every couple of years, it is still nice to have a tree care service come out, take a look around, and perform some basic

Why Hiring A Tree Service Is Wise

Having to provide care to numerous trees can be an exhausting job for a homeowner, which is why sometimes homeowners allow them to overgrow. Even taking care of one tree can be a difficult task if it is large and requires extra steps for maintenance, such as using a ladder to reach and prune the branches. There is also a safety risk involved with providing maintenance

A Homeowner's Guide To Tree Root Damage

Although they are underground and out of sight, roots are arguably one of the most important parts of your landscape trees when it comes to providing proper care. Damage can be deadly, so it's important to understand the causes and effects of injury to a tree's roots. Causes Roots suffer damage from disease, lack of proper care, or mechanical damage. The most common c

Maintain Lots Of Shade With The Right Tree Trimming

Having tree trimming done can change the appearance of your yard significantly, as well as affect just how much sunlight you get. If you've been concerned about maintaining some shade in your yard, it's a good idea to look into making sure that tree trimming is not done too thoroughly. Instead of overdoing it with tree trimming and ending up with trees that look bare

Is Your Favorite Tree Dying?

If you have a tree in your yard, you might look for signs of its health or lack thereof. While you might be happy with the green leaves on your tree, it's normal to be concerned when you see the signs that something is not right. So, what exactly are those signs? Here's what you should look for when you think a tree is dying. Fungus Growing on the Tree