Cha-Ching! 4 Ways To Cash-In On Those Dead Trees In Your Yard

Posted on: 29 May 2015

If your home's yard has some dead trees that need to be removed, then you might be surprised to discover that you can sometimes sell the wood and stumps for cash! Here are four different ways that you can sell your dead trees and get them out of your yard once and for all: Sell the Wood as Woodworking Raw Material Woodworkers are always looking for quality raw materials, and buying their wood at lumber mills usually comes with a very high price, especially for rare or hardwood trees.
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Three Important Steps Following The Removal Of A Large Tree

Posted on: 27 May 2015

No one likes to discuss what happens when a large tree finally reaches the end of its life. The sad fact is that any tree can become too weathered, old or weak to be safe to stay near a home or in a yard where it could be a hazard to those around it. Removing a large tree is not a simple project and even once the tree is gone, the stump and damaged yard often remain.
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Landscaping Ideas To Revive Your Backyard

Posted on: 22 May 2015

If your backyard has become a place to collect old picnic tables, children's toys and recreational equipment, give it a facelift by doing some unique landscaping this year. It will be a more interesting place in which you and your family can relax. You may also become the talk of the neighborhood. Here are a few landscaping ideas to start you thinking about how to transform your backyard into some place exciting.
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3 Tree Care Myths And Misconceptions You Need To Know About

Posted on: 21 May 2015

If you're a homeowner and have trees on your property, it's your responsibility to take care of those trees. Most trees require relatively minimal levels of maintenance, including the occasional fertilizer feeding and pruning of branches. Still, there are some common myths and misconceptions regarding tree care that you should know about; this way, you can avoid making a mistake that results in having to remove a dead or diseased tree from your property, which can get quite expensive.
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