Sprucing up your home’s curb appeal is an excellent way to add beauty and value to your home. If your house is on the market, it’s crucial to ensure that your home makes a great first impression on potential buyers. Even if you have no plans to sell, keeping your exterior spaces clean and properly maintained can save you money by preventing costly repairs and maximizing the life of your home’s exterior. Often, a good cleaning, some tree pruning,
Trees provide excellent shade and a wonderful centrepiece to your landscaping. A mature tree requires little maintenance and can thrive easily around your property in Cambridge. There are, however, several ways you could harm a tree, particularly when it’s still young. Find out five ways you may be harming your trees and how Martin’s Tree Service can provide professional tree trimming in Cambridge. 1. Over-Mulching Your Trees Mulch is a great way to protect against competing weeds and other
Your trees, like all living things, need maintenance to thrive. In many cases, this maintenance can be as little as seasonal pruning or ensuring they have access to the soil-based nutrients they need to survive. Sometimes, though, it takes more than just a minor sprucing of your trees for your landscape to truly shine. On these occasions, tree shaping can be an effective tool for turning your yard from a mishmash of foliage into one that truly shines.
April showers may bring May flowers, but they also bring torrential downpours and strong winds. If spring storms damage your trees, it is important to inspect them right away. A fallen or leaning tree is easy to spot, but potentially dangerous branches sometimes are hidden within the leafy canopy. Here are some tips to determine whether your trees pose a safety hazard and require tree trimming Cambridge professionals. Crown Don’t worry if a moderate number of small fallen branches
The temperatures outside may clearly indicate that we are still sitting in the middle of winter, but now that the calendar has turned over to a new year, many of us can’t help but think about the coming of spring. For a lot of homeowners, these thoughts turn to how to get the yard ready for warm weather and the days spent outside where you can actually enjoy the landscaping. As you daydream about green grass, trees, and
You have probably heard of the importance of tree pruning to maintain a tree's health and beauty. However, that does not mean that you can go after your tree with the clippers whenever the mood strikes you. Pruning is beneficial to trees when carried out correctly, but if you don't know what you are doing, it is potentially deadly. Therefore, it is essential that you prune your tree at the right time of the year. When Is the Right
Spring is known for the colourful pastels of newly flowering trees and plants, but autumn paints the world in a splash of warm colours from an artist’s palette. The world’s deciduous trees put on a brilliant show, one for which leaf-peepers make pilgrimages hundreds of miles to see. This year’s brutal summer temperatures in large areas of the country have many of us anxious for the arrival of cool breezes that signal a welcome change in the air.
The parade of colours has passed and all of autumn's leaves have danced their way from limb to ground. This is the time many homeowners sigh at the monumental task set before them: Time to rake up mountains of leaves and figure out what on Earth to do with them. You could bag them all up and set them to the curb for your city’s lawn pickup service, but why do that when you can put those fallen leaves
Autumn’s popularity is commonly attributed to the bold, beautiful colours of fall foliage. What was once green has now turned, sometimes shockingly quick, to gold, red, and orange. These colours not only call to mind the onset of the holiday season but also serve as a reminder of what is to come. Winter is often hazardous to our trees. Its freezing temperatures, abrasive winds, and pounding snowfall can turn trees from sturdy, stoic forms of natural beauty to the source of fallen
Tree leaves generally start falling in early to late October, about a week after colours are the most vibrant. If the trees in your yard are losing leaves in July or August, it could be a sign that there is a problem. In most cases, there is a benign reason behind leaves dropping in the summer. However, it is helpful to be able to recognize the signs of a larger problem and when it is necessary to hire a
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Tips To Maximize Your Curb Appeal
Sprucing up your home’s curb appeal is an excellent way to add beauty and value to your home. If