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Hi there. My name is Preston. Welcome to my website about tree services. When a big windstorm rolls through the area, your trees could suffer damage that puts their wellbeing at risk. Losing large branches often causes damage that the tree struggles to recover from in a timely manner. You can help your tree survive by enlisting the help of a skilled arborist. The right treatments and fertilizers give trees the support they need to repair the damage without inhibiting growth. I encourage you to visit my site often to learn more about these support services. Thank you for coming by.


Want To Start Dog Sitting At Home? Prepare Your Property With Tree Removal

If you are interested in starting a side business or full-time work opportunity at home, you may decide that you want to provide dog sitting services. Although you may be comfortable with visiting dogs in their homes, you may also want to provide dog sitting inside your own house. To make this a possibility, you will need to put time and effort into preparing your home. While the dogs may spend a lot of time inside, you should also prepare the outside. Read More 

Pruning Mature Oak Trees: A Quick Guide

A mature oak with branches spreading out over the lawn adds beauty and elegance to any property. Like virtually all trees, however, fully grown oak trees need pruning every so often to remain healthy and vibrant. Here's a brief guide to pruning mature oaks that will help you get the job done properly. Time of Year A key factor in pruning any tree is the time of year. For a variety of reasons, the best time to prune a tree is during the dormant season, which lasts from late fall through winter. Read More 

3 Best Practices For Stopping The Spread Of Insect Pests And Pathogens When Trimming Your Trees

If you're like most homeowners, you want to keep your outdoor living environment looking as attractive and well-kept as possible — and this means trimming your trees to get rid of problems such as dead or dying branches and twigs and maintaining the shape and overall tidy appearance of trees and shrubs. Many homeowners, however, don't realize that their tree trimming practices often have unwanted and unintended results — unless proper precautions are taken, tree trimming frequently spreads insect eggs, fungal spores, and pathogens among trees, shrubs, and other vegetation. Read More 

Tips To Improve Your Winter Landscaping

Are you looking at your landscape and already missing the colors and greenery of summer? If winter garden blues leave your landscape looking bland, there are things you can do to up the winter interest. The following guide will provide you with some ideas for this year, as well as changes you can make with your plants that will increase interest in the years to come. Immediate improvements Plant an evergreen Read More 

Guidelines For Dealing With A Dangerous Co-Dominant Stem Tree In Your Yard

If you have a co-dominant stem tree in your yard with two or more "trunks" growing at slight angles to each other, then it's important you understand this type of tree can be very dangerous. Co-dominant stem trees are much less stable than those with one main trunk, both because of their internal structures as well as their off-balance leans. If you recently moved into a home with a double trunk tree, then these guidelines will help you deal with it so your property and family stay safe: Read More