Signs Your Tree May Need To Be Examined By An Arborist

If a tree in your yard doesn't seem as healthy as it once did, you should think about calling an arborist to take a look at it. When problems are found early enough, it's often possible to save a tree. However, if a tree can't be saved, then it should be removed before it becomes a hazard on your property. Here are some signs that your tree may need the help of an arborist.   Read More...

Keys To A Tick-Free Yard

Ticks are a major problem in some areas, especially in regions where Lyme disease is prevalent. It can be a real bummer to have a beautiful yard but no way to enjoy it because the tick population is out of control. Fortunately, you can fight back. The following are the three keys to enjoying a yard free of ticks. Key #1: Improve your landscape Landscaping is the most important key to tick control.   Read More...

3 Vital Tree Care Steps That You May Be Neglecting

Do you own your own house? Are there one or more trees growing on the property? If you're like many people, you probably give little thought to your trees. They simply exist, and you occasionally admire them for their shade-giving properties. But while trees can stand to be ignored for a while, they aren't completely maintenance free. You don't need to trim them on a weekly basis like you have to do with your lawn, but there are still things that either you need to do or you need to hire someone else to do.   Read More...

Weed-Free Lawn Tips

With spring comes new beginnings -- which is often just the thing if you are hoping for a green lawn this year. Yet, weeds also take advantage of the new beginnings of spring to invade your lawn. The following tips can help you avoid this problem and get your lawn off to a healthy start. Tip #1: Dethatch and reseed The first key to fewer weeds is making sure the grass can thrive, since weeds will quickly take advantage of any bare or sparse spots in the lawn.   Read More...

Tips For Trimming Trees In Winter

Trimming in the winter will rejuvenate your trees and make them healthier and more fruitful in the spring. The sap in trees is relatively inactive during the winter and any cuts you make are less likely to bleed. This makes winter trimming gentler on your trees. Whether you decide to trim your trees yourself or hire a professional. Here are some things you should know to ensure that you or the person you hire does a good job.   Read More...