Growing and Maintaining Healthy Trees

Fallen Tree During Extreme Weather: What You Need to Do

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When a tree falls or sheds heavy branches during extreme weather, any damage caused is generally considered to be an act of God when it comes to making an insurance claim. This certainly helps when it comes to being compensated for any losses occurred as a result of the damage, but what about the immediate aftermath? There are a few things you need to know about cleaning up fallen trees on your property after extreme weather. Read More»

3 Common Questions About Trees Near Buildings Answered

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Most trees that grow near buildings do not pose any danger to the buildings. However, specific trees have rooting systems that go very far, up to 4-7 times the diameter of the foliage. As such, they can be a threat to the structural integrity of surrounding buildings. In order to accurately assess whether your home or property is endangered by the surrounding trees, it is important to understand the factors that determine whether or not a tree is a danger to a building. Read More»

Why Tree Removal and Stump Grinding Is So Important For Your Property

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If you have trees on your property that you don’t really want or need, it’s good to have them removed, even if they’re healthy. Pulling up or grinding old tree stumps is also very important for the health of your yard and even your home itself. Note why this is, and then you can ensure your property is always in the best shape possible and is protected from any potential danger. Read More»

Are Your Tree Habits Driving Your Neighbours Crazy? 2 Ways To Stop Being 'That Guy'!

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Disputes about trees and the damage they cause can create plenty of bad feelings in the neighbourhood. You’ve been in your first home a few years now, but tree maintenance has never really been your thing. However, this lack of care makes you the talking point of your neighbours, and not in a nice way. Not too sure what you’re doing wrong? If you’re guilty of these two behaviours, then it’s time to clean up your garden. Read More»

Three Ways Your Senses Can Sniff Out Tree Trouble While House Hunting

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Now that it is time for you to enter the property market and buy your first home, you are itching with excitement to find the perfect place to be your first residence. There are plenty of resources to help you with the hunt. A real estate agent will provide you with choices, while a building and pest inspection service will make sure there are no major structural problems with the property before the contract goes unconditional. Read More»