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Getting to the Bottom of Tree Topping
posted on 3/2/2015 at 09:00:00

Tree Topping is a process by which a Tree’s height is reduced either by removing some of the main trunk, or by removing limbs at the top of the tree. Despite its popularity amongst residential homeowners, its application is best utilized by the wood harvesting industry – and rarely suggested for residential trees.
 
 

Tree Topping is not a solution for excessive leaf debris. Despite what one may think, after removing a large portion of t
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My Tree is Leaning - What Now?
posted on 8/15/2015 at 00:00:00
Most trees have natural bends and leans in them, and often times they grow that way and have enough counter balance in their roots to support the tree. However, if you notice that a tree in your yard has only started to lean… chances are that the root structure has been compromised.

It’s helpful to consult old photographs, if possible, to see if the tree has recently developed the lean, or if you’re simply noticing an existing lean. Any recent change is worthy of assessing for hazards.

In order to assess the health of the root system and the trunk, you will want a certified arborist, or better yet, a certified tree expert, to assess the root system’s structural integrity, however there are some signs to look out for
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BEWARE THE BUGS – Common Tree-Killers
posted on 3/16/2015 at 00:00:00
Despite what one’s personal feelings may be about insects – they’re not all nuisances. Some bugs can actually save your trees. Others, however, can wreak havoc through entire forests and tree species.

So which bugs should tree lovers beware?

Gypsy Moth


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My Neighbor's Tree is Threatening my Property: What Can I Do?
posted on 3/1/2016 at 09:00:00

PROBLEM: "I think my neighbor's tree is going to fall on my house, what can I do?"

Generally, we would hope that our neighbors are thoughtful and considerate people. In most cases, the best remedy for this kind of situation is to point out the potential hazard to your neighbor, and ask them to hire a tree removal expert to trim or remove the tree as necessary. 
 
Unfortunately, there are those times when we find that a neighbor
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