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Your Guide to Spring Cleaning for Healthier, Happier Trees

Your Guide to Spring Cleaning for Healthier, Happier Trees

February 13, 2024
The term “spring cleaning” most commonly refers to the tradition of thoroughly cleaning and organizing the inside of the house during the spring season. But did you know that your yard, particularly your trees, could also use some cleanup come spring? Here are some ways to show your trees some love this coming spring for […]
4 Key Components of Our Hazardous Tree Removal Safety Protocol

4 Key Components of Our Hazardous Tree Removal Safety Protocol

January 1, 2024
Hazardous tree removal demands more than expertise—it requires a commitment to safety. Tree removal safety protects lives, properties, and the environment throughout the process, ensuring a secure and successful outcome. The well-being of our team and your property is our top priority. For this reason, we have strict safety measures. Here is a glimpse into […]
4 Strategies to Protect Your Trees in the Winter

4 Strategies to Protect Your Trees in the Winter

November 30, 2023
As the chill of winter in New England looms over us, the impending cold temperatures and heavy snowfall pose significant threats to the well-being of our trees. However, a few preparations can mitigate the potential damage these harsh conditions can inflict. Here are some strategies to protect your trees in the winter: Apply Mulch Mulching […]
4 Benefits of Pruning Your Trees During Winter

4 Benefits of Pruning Your Trees During Winter

October 10, 2023
Tree pruning, which is the act of removing unnecessary tree branches, provides numerous advantages. First, the tree is healthier and safer because dead or diseased branches are eliminated. Moreover, pruning enhances the sunlight and airflow, providing the tree with the opportunity for optimal growth. Pruning is especially important for fruit-bearing trees to regulate growth, increase yields, […]
Three Reasons Why Professional Tree Care Before Winter Is Crucial

Three Reasons Why Professional Tree Care Before Winter Is Crucial

September 21, 2023
As New Englanders, we are no strangers to harsh winter weather. Significant snowfall, freezing rain, and ice accumulation can burden tree branches significantly. Weak branches and struggling trees become even more hazardous as winter weather approaches. Here are three reasons why professional tree care before winter is crucial in our area: Protection for Your Family […]
Keep Your Trees Healthy This Summer

Keep Your Trees Healthy This Summer

July 20, 2023
New England summers can be challenging for trees. Heat stress and drought are just two possible threats. Fortunately, with some care, you can ensure your trees stay in tip-top shape all summer. Here are a few tips we recommend to keep your trees healthy this summer: Proper Watering Trees should be watered in the early […]
Five Threats to Your Trees in 2023

Five Threats to Your Trees in 2023

June 5, 2023
Threats to your trees, such as pest infestation and disease, weaken trees. Over time, infestation and disease can cause tree death. Dead trees are at risk of toppling over, and if they are near your house, vehicles, or structures, the damage from falling trees is hefty. Fortunately, most tree diseases and infestations come with signs […]
Three Benefits of Stump Removal

Three Benefits of Stump Removal

April 19, 2023
If your yard is littered with tree stumps, it’s time to consider the benefits of stump removal. Stumps attract pests, create safety hazards, and diminish curb appeal. Here are a few reasons why it’s time to eliminate those unsightly stumps.  Pest Control Stumps attract insects and other pests that will spread to trees and plants […]
Top Signs of Tree Death to Watch Out For

Top Signs of Tree Death to Watch Out For

March 14, 2023
A dead tree is a hazardous tree. Due to a lack of nutrition and water retention, these trees become weak and will fall quickly. Dead trees become especially dangerous during high winds or New England winter weather. Here are four telltale warning signs you can be on the lookout for to protect your property: Disease […]