Obtain a Tree Report Before Purchasing a Property

Buying a new home requires a deft approach because it is a costly affair. For instance, it is essential to get every relevant inspection report from a seller. Sadly, most buyers tend to pay attention to the most common reports and forget the importance of a tree report. Notably, you will be exposing yourself to unnecessary challenges if you do not ask for a tree report from a property seller. Read More 

Why Your Tree’s Branches Are Drooping and How Trimming Can Help

Are your tree's branches looking a little droopy lately? Then your tree might be in need of a little trimming. However, there are quite a few reasons for branch droop. In fact, did you know that a study carried out in 2016 found that trees seem to rest their branches during the night by letting them droop? If your tree's branches are drooping, if it isn't asleep, then the cause is likely one of the following! Read More 

When to Consider Tree Removal If Installing a Septic Tank System

When you are looking at property to buy, one of the things you must consider is the waste water drainage system. If you are keen on having a septic tank system to serve your property, then you may need to bring in more professionals than just septic tank system installers. Topping that list of other professionals you may need to hire are tree removal specialists. If you want a property with a septic tank system, you may need to consider removing some trees around that site. Read More 

How to Protect Your Trees from Potential Wind Damage

You don't have to live in "Cyclone Alley" to be worried about the impact of high wind. Many other parts of the country are susceptible to significant weather events and while they may not be as damaging as such a big storm blowing in off the water, they can still impact some of the valuable plants and trees in your back garden. How can you look after your trees, help them stand up to an onslaught and recover as quickly as possible when a storm has blown through? Read More 

Trees vs Sprinklers: How Sprinklers Can Spell Doom for Nearby Trees

When setting up a sprinkler in your garden, ensure that the water spray does not hit the trunks or canopies of nearby trees. Although grasses and plants benefit from having water sprayed directly on and around them, the same is not true for trees. In fact, doing so could harm or even kill a tree. Water Droplets Carry Fungal Infections Fungal spores rely on wind, soil movement, such as that caused by machinery, and water droplets to spread from one place to another. Read More