When it comes to removing a troublesome tree from your property, it is a job that typically requires professional help. This is always the recommended option as cutting down a tree requires expertise, knowledge and professional-grade tools, equipment and materials.
If you’ve already gotten rid of a tree, you should know that the job is not yet over. Just leaving that unsightly stump in your yard can be problematic as it will attract unwanted insects (like mites and ants). Martin’s Tree can mitigate the problem before it exists by grinding and completely removing the stumps! Here’s everything you need to know about stump grinding.
There’s nothing quite like a beautifully landscaped backyard or front lawn that just invites passers-by to gaze upon such living artwork. There is much to know when it comes to maintaining your own green lawn, trees, shrubs and decorative bushes, which is why many people prefer to let the professionals handle their landscaping. This is a great choice as it ensures a lovely job each and every time. If you are new to the process of maintaining trees, here is some helpful information that will keep your property looking its best all year-round.
When it comes to what is necessary for a safe tree removal, as well as the actual tree removal process itself, most homeowners actually know very little. During a tree removal procedure, there is an infinite number of variables that come into play, just as there are a number of different reasons for having to remove a tree in the first place. There are countless methods of getting rid of a tree that require various techniques and equipment, so read on to get some information about the reasons and ways to remove trees.
Native to Asia, the Emerald Ash Borer is a forest pest that has done irreparable damage to millions of Ash trees throughout the Great Lakes region, making a significant impact in the majority of south-western Ontario. It poses a major environmental and economic threat; one that has warranted concern throughout the country and continent. Keep reading to know more about this dangerous pest and how to properly identify it.