How To Care For Your Trees This Summer

Posted on: 16 July 2015

Well-maintained trees in your home will give you spectacular views of blossoming flowers and budding leaves in the spring, as well as beautiful red and orange hues in the fall. However, without proper summer care, your trees may not be able to blossom all year round and give you the gorgeous views and gracious shade you so desperately need. Basic tree service can ensure that your trees remain healthy through the summer months, preventing wilting or even damaging your property during storms.
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Getting Rid Of Dead Trees? 4 Ways To Reuse The Wood

Posted on: 10 July 2015

The property you bought has a few dead or overgrown trees on it. You're going to need to have them trimmed or removed, but you don't want to just haul the wood to the local landfill. Luckily, you don't have to. There are a lot of things you could do to recycle and repurpose the wood from your tree trimming. Here are some ideas to get you started. Add To Your Landscaping
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Don't Be The Spooky House On The Block - Trimming Trees Before Selling Your Home

Posted on: 18 June 2015

Getting your home ready to sell can be a lot of work, but can be worth it to get the best asking price. It is a good idea to have your trees trimmed before putting your house on the market. Here are four reasons spending money on professional tree trimming is worth it before selling your home. 1. Trimmed Trees Will Let in Light If you use your trees to shade your home and keep summer temperatures down, this is a great day-to-day function.
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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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