Four Tips to Help You Fill the Void in Landscaping after Tree Removal

Posted on: 14 May 2015

When a tree has reached the end of its life, sometimes the best thing you can do is have it removed. The problem with this is that it can eventually leave a void.  There are many options to replace the old tree, which you may want to replant a new tree, change the landscaping design or build something in the place of the old tree. Here are some tips to help you fill the void after you have had a tree removed:
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The Art Of Felling

Posted on: 14 May 2015

There are many variables that come into play when removing trees - it is not an exact science. A tree service, such as Kansas City Tree Care, LLC, that understands that these variables must be carefully balanced will know the art of felling. The Variables The prime variables are the attributes of the tree to be felled. The tree service of your choosing will come out and assess the tree to be removed prior to starting work.
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3 Risks Professional Tree Removal Companies Help You Avoid

Posted on: 14 May 2015

Trees can be a wonderful addition to any property. They provide shade, oxygen, and beauty. Unfortunately, they can also wreak havoc when they have branches or roots that grow too close to important structures. Before removing any tree from your property, you may want to consult a professional tree removal service about the following three risks: Removing Tree Stumps Could Damage Underground Power Sources and Structures One of the biggest risks of removing a large tree, particularly removing the stump, is digging around the roots and potentially damaging power or gas equipment.
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Moving A Tree To A New Location

Posted on: 12 May 2015

If you are going to move to a new home, and you have a favorite fruit tree that you wish to bring along with you, there are a few steps to take in removing it from the ground and transporting it safely. Hiring a tree service is recommended for larger tree transplants; however, if the tree is relatively small it can be taken out and moved on your own. Here are some instructions for you to use when moving a small fruit tree to a new place.
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