Why Stump Grinding Is the Ideal Way to Get Rid of an Old Tree Stump in Your Yard

It's not uncommon for people to have trees removed and leave the stump behind. That's because the stumps are so difficult to get rid of. Some tree removal companies may not even remove the stumps, or if they do, they charge extra. So, it's possible you'll have an old stump on the property when you buy a new home. You don't have to live with the eyesore because there's an easy way to get rid of stumps. Read More 

Time To Remove Some Trees? 4 Reasons You Shouldn’t Forget The Stumps

If part of your spring landscaping plans involves tree removal, don't forget to get rid of the stumps at the same time. Leaving the stumps in your yard may initially save you time, money and energy. However, in the long-run, you're going to face bigger problems if you leave those stumps in place. Here are four reasons you should remove the stumps when you remove the trees. Lead to Unsightly Regrowth Read More 

Want To Invite Wild Birds To Enjoy Your Trees In The Spring? 3 Ways To Get Started

Enjoying wildlife right outside your windows can be a great way to unwind at the end of a stressful day and even encourage you to spend more time in your yard. If you're eager to make your yard a more welcoming space for wild birds to come by, you need to look into what kinds of changes you can make that will help your yard feel more inviting. Fortunately, most of the positive changes you can make to your yard include the help of tree service professionals. Read More 

3 Things You Should Know About Ticks

Have you found a few ticks on your dog or crawling around in your house? Although ticks bites are not usually harmful, there is still the possibility of them spreading diseases. The risk of getting a disease from a bite basically depends on if the tick is carrying one or not. You might want to get your dog and property treated as soon as possible to prevent the problem from becoming an infestation. Read More 

Salt And Ice-Melt: 3 Basic Winter Tree Care Tips

Rock salt is a necessity in many cities. After all, the salt helps to keep the roadways and walkways safer by melting the snow and ice. Unfortunately, rock salt can wreak havoc on your landscaping – especially your trees. Luckily, with a little effort you can keep your trees healthy. So how can you keep your trees healthy this winter? Here are three tips: 1. Wrap Your Trees If you have young trees on your property, wrapping them is the best way to protect them. Read More