Have you ever considered that the trees in your yard may need different types of care depending on the stage of their life cycle that they’re currently in? If you want your trees to thrive and flourish into old age, then it’s critical to provide the right kind of tree care at the right stages. Check out our comprehensive guide to tree service and care throughout the different stages of your trees’ lives.
Did you know that just like humans, trees are susceptible to diseases? These diseases are commonly caused by fungi and other pathogens. They can not only make the trees in your yard look less than beautiful but also eventually kill them entirely. That’s why it’s important to know how to spot common tree diseases and treat them effectively. Read More
Did you know that trees communicate? Yes, you heard right – trees actually communicate with one another through their root systems. This communication is integral to your trees’ health, growth, and longevity. So how does it work, and how can you protect this communication system to ensure that your trees have a long and healthy life? Read More
Caring for the trees in your yard isn’t quite as simple as it seems. Trees are living organisms that require pruning, trimming, and other types of regular care to keep them healthy and thriving. However, how do you know when your yard needs tree trimming and pruning versus a tree removal? Here’s an easy guide to help you figure it out.
Dying trees could seriously harm your property, your home, and your loved one’s safety when they fall. Understanding whether a tree needs to be removed can often seem daunting, but it is necessary to protect your home and loved ones. Our tree experts can help you when deciding to remove a tree or multiple trees from your property. Read More
When summer comes to a close, we look forward to beautiful color-changing leaves, sweater weather, and pumpkin spice. With the changing seasons, homeowners should always plan for fall tree maintenance (and not just raking up your leaves into piles to jump in). To avoid damage to your home or property, monitor and maintain your trees year-round, especially during the cold months. Read More
Trees account for some of the most expensive damages to homes and property every year. According to OSHA, trees are more dangerous than sharks in terms of the damage they do to homes and other structures. Tree damage from storms or a dying tree or branches can happen in the blink of an eye. Read More
If you’ve recently noticed small branches dying, and the browning of leaves at increasing rates around your property you may be concerned about the well-being of your trees. Throughout the DMV area small branches are dying causing clusters of leaves on those branches to brown and eventually fall to the ground. This is likely nothing to be concerned over for your established trees, the “Tree Flagging” that’s showing up throughout the east coast is the last visual evidence of the Brood X Cicadas completing their life-cycle. Read More
Never is danger greater to a tree than during the inevitable trial by storm. The weight of ice or snow and the fury of wind test the strength of limbs, trunks, and roots. The homeowner, helpless at the moment, can only watch and hope that the tree survives. Survival or loss – the key can be the care you give your tree before and after a storm. Knowing ahead of time what to do when a storm strikes can prevent or minimize your financial loss. Read More
Nine comprehensive tree care tips will take you step by step, from selecting and planting the right tree to the care and upkeep of a mature tree.
It is important to remember that proper tree care starts when you select a tree and that what you do to your tree in its first few years of life will affect its shape, strength, and even its life span. Following these steps will make sure your tree gets on the correct foot and remains healthy throughout its life. Read More