Is your tree shedding its bark? It might be coming off in long strips, small flakes, or even large chunks. Sometimes shedding bark is just part of a tree's natural growth process. Other times, it's a reaction to stressful living conditions, disease, or infestation.
A canopy of beautiful, green foliage, providing that perfect shady spot of a hot summer day. Standing tall and proud in the yard of your grandfather's house. Trees can find a special place in our heart. Sometimes they are much more than just wood and leaves.
As a homeowner, you might have considered removing a tree or tree stump on your property yourself. It would save you some money and it couldn't be that hard, right? Wrong. DIY tree and tree stump removal can be a dangerous and costly task.
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.
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.
So, you've been hearing a lot about the weather lately, particularly the bad weather. News about hurricanes and high winds has you looking around your property and wondering "how many of these trees would stand the test if something like that happened here?" It's a good question too!
Homeowner's insurance and trees have roots that run deep. Every year, thousands of homeowners’ file claims due to a fallen tree on their property. Some of these claims are paid, and…