During winter months preying insects typically disappear from sight and it feels safe to let your guard down and take a break from tree and plant care. But signs of the IPS beetle may still be present. Learn more about this threat and how it could affect your trees.
The leaves have fallen, the air is chilly, and snow is arriving. This winter weather keeps us indoors catching up on a good book or our favorite Netflix shows.
Treating unhealthy trees starts with knowing when to fight and when to say goodbye.
We get it. You’ve had that cottonwood in your front yard for nearly a decade. It’s become so much a staple of your home that you can’t imagine your front yard without it. But sometimes you have to say goodbye to a favorite tree whether you want to or not.
It’s possible you’re also overwhelmed at the prospect of tree removal.
A big dead aspen tree haunts your backyard. It’s time to remove it, so you think, “I can handle this!”
Before you begin chopping or sawing away at that giant trunk of liability, you should consider how much it may cost you to do it yourself. The cost of safely and efficiently removing one dead tree may cost you far more than you may think. Let’s start with the basics:
You need the right equipment to get the job done.