3 Important Reasons To Hire A Tree Stump Grinding Service

Are you thinking about having one or more trees cut down and removed from your property in the near future? Do you have a plan yet to deal with the stumps once the trees themselves are gone? For many people, the most obvious way to deal with a leftover stump is to have it dug up and removed from the ground. For other people, the stump may simply be left as-is until it starts to decay naturally. [Read More]

Tree Service 101: 3 Ways To Deal With Unsightly Roots

As a tree grows larger, so does its roots. Unfortunately, large tree roots aren't so pretty to look at. Luckily, you can minimize the eyesore of the roots by using the proper materials to hide them. It might sound odd, but there are several materials you can use to help minimize the appearance of large tree roots. So what materials work best? Here are three good options: 1. Grass or Flowers [Read More]

What You Need To Know About Sunscald Injury And Your Trees

A common misconception among homeowners is that winter weather does not pose any particular problems for the trees in your yard--after all, they reason, evolution has given those trees everything they need to withstand severe weather. Yet this simply isn't the case. Unless adequately protected, young and/or thin-barked trees are at a significant risk of developing what is known as sunscald injury. This article will provide a helpful overview of this problem, as well as what you can do to prevent it. [Read More]

Oak Wilt: A Silent Killer Of Trees

"Mighty oaks from little acorns grow" is a popular saying. It means that big things can come from very small ones. But did you know that something very small can take down a mighty oak? Sadly, that's what is happening in at least 24 states throughout the eastern and central United States. Oak wilt is a serious and aggressive disease that is caused by the fungus Ceratocystis fagacearum. When this fungus gets into the vascular system of a tree, it stops up its vessels and prevents the flow of water and nutrients. [Read More]