The trees surrounding your home are a key part of your overall landscaping. Not only do they provide shade and purify the air, but trees also add to the beauty of your home. It’s critical to consider your trees when making construction decisions.
The idea of evergreen trees causing soil to acidify seems alarming. With an abundance of conifers throughout our area, it’s important to know if and how much evergreens change the pH balance of your soil.
Deciduous trees are amazing. In the summer, they provide valuable shade for your patios, decks, and home. In the winter, trees can block cold winds creating a thermal barrier. Regardless of the season, they can save you money on your energy bills while enabling you to enjoy the outdoors.
Choosing the right company to provide tree maintenance can be a challenging task. New Jersey law provides many safeguards for consumers by setting standards and requiring the registration and licensing of industry professionals. Here’s how to make the right choice when choosing a tree service company for your HOA or commercial property.
Trees provide long-lasting beauty and increase your property values, but that’s not all they have to contribute. Properly chosen and sited trees can reduce your heating costs in winter and your cooling costs in summer by maintaining a good thermal balance for your home.
Whether you want privacy or an awe inspiring focal point in your landscape, a living sculpture design can provide an intriguing alternative to customary fences and fountains.
Whenever a tree experiences damage to its roots, trunk or main branches during construction, it is considered construction damage. This type of damage often has a negative impact on the health and longevity of trees.
Soil erosion is the natural displacement of the top layer of soil, usually caused by water, air, or in the case of farming, tilling the land. This can create a multitude of problems for future vegetation and even lead to further, more advanced, soil erosion. However, there are various ways to help prevent and remedy soil erosion.
Trees are an asset to any property. While they are aesthetically pleasing to the eye, there are literally hundreds of other reasons they are beneficial to our way of life.
If you would like to upgrade the aesthetics of your landscape and increase the value of your property this spring, consider planting native New Jersey trees. The astounding variety of tree species, with their own unique size, foliage, and colors can become an amazing focal point and a source of privacy from unwanted sounds or views.