Archives for May 2020
You may start noticing that the trees on your property have limbs or branches that stop producing leaves and look dead. This can happen because of damage or disease. Tree trimming can remove the dead branches, improving both health and appearance. In fact, regular tree pruning can help keep your tree healthy, strong, and looking its best even before the branches die off completely. For the sake of your safety and the health of your tree, it may be
While people often do not want or need to remove trees from their properties, some trees pose safety or property risks, requiring immediate removal. Unfortunately, cutting down the tree is not the end of the removal debate. A homeowner or property owner must then decide what to do about the stump. Removing the rest of the tree is often the best option, but that still leaves you with the choice of complete tree stump removal or grinding. For creative
Trees on your property are beautiful, providing shade, a home for birds and other wildlife, and even increased value for your home. Unfortunately, sometimes the trees surrounding your house can cause problems and may need to be removed. Most homeowners cannot look at a tree and assess its health, but an arborist with a tree removal service can inspect it and determine if it needs to be trimmed or if it is time to say goodbye. Here are some
The emerald ash borer was first discovered in 2002, although the insect had taken up residence in the trees several years prior. Since that time, it has spread throughout eastern Canada and the United States, killing more than 50 million trees and endangering billions more. An emerald ash borer Ontario infestation is something any ash tree owner should be alert to. Insect Life Cycle Female ash borers lay their eggs underneath the bark of ash trees. When the larvae
Steve Martin President- Arborist I have a profound interest in trees and their natural beauty. I grew up on
What is the Most Common Tree in Canada?
Have you ever wondered what type of tree is on your street or in your yard? Taking a close