I really like how shady our yard is, but I'm not so excited about cleaning up everything that drops off the trees. I can't pick the fruit from the very top of the trees, so it rots and falls to the ground, and then it attracts mice and birds unless I clean it up straight away. I'm getting the trees all lopped back so I can get a break from all the cleaning up all this fallen fruit. This blog is all about how to get your backyard fruit trees lopped so that you don't have to clean up as much fallen fruit.
30 December 2016
Storm season fast approaches and many unexpected disasters can occur during a storm. One of the most common causes of storm damage to homes is falling trees. This can be a frightening event for you and your family, and you may feel bewildered and panicked if it does happen. Here are three important steps to take if a tree falls on your house during a storm. Step #1 Once you have ensured that you and your family members are safe, one of your first steps to take is to speak to your insurance company to lodge a claim.
28 September 2016
The surest way to ensure that the trees on your property flourish is to ask a professional to attend to them. The professionals tasked with the responsibility of caring for trees are called arborists. Arborists have a deep understanding of the biology of trees, and they are trained and armed with the right equipment to ensure that tree care work is carried out safely and effectively. Sometimes, however, there's nothing that these professionals can do to save a tree, and they are, therefore, forced to remove it.
15 September 2016
Generally, homeowners would be happy to have a tree on their property. Not only do trees improve on the overall oxygen supply, but they can also enhance the curb appeal with their majestic beauty. However, as trees age and become large and elderly, they can be a source of an array of problems. This is why it is not uncommon to require tree removal services. Here are some of the reasons why you may need to consider tree removal on your property.
13 September 2016
Homeowners tend to like having trees in their yard. Not only do they provide welcome shade during the sweltering summers, but they also contribute to the overall rustic charm of your property. However, this does not mean that trees are supposed to be left unattended, even when they start to show signs of disease or dying. Leaving a compromised tree on your property is more likely to do you more harm than any good.
13 September 2016
If you are planning to lop one of your trees and you identify as an environmentalist, you may want to keep the environment in mind as you plan your tree lopping strategy. There are a diverse range of issues to consider. Here are some ideas to keep in mind: 1. Lop sparing. Trees and plants produce oxygen for people and animals to breathe. They reduce the effects of urban heat islands.