Stumped? 3 Tips For Getting Rid Of That Unsightly Stump You Have In Your Yard
9 May 2016
If you've recently removed a dead tree from your property, you might be wondering what to do with the stump that was left behind. Stumps left in your yard are unsightly and they can cause safety hazards, especially if they're in an area where people can trip over them. Here are three simple ways to get rid of the stump.
Dig it Out
If the stump that was left behind is not too big, you can dig it out.
What You Should Know Before You Have Your Trees Removed
21 July 2015
There may be trees on your property that you don't want anymore. Either you're tired of raking up leaves every year or you simply don't like where a tree is located. To make sure tree removal is really what you want, consider a few things before you schedule to have any trees removed off your property.
If you are wanting a large shade tree removed, such as a Blue Spruce or Maple, you need to consider what the loss of your tree will do to your landscape.
Simple Landscaping Ideas For Small Yards
26 June 2015
If you do not have much land where your home is located, you will want to maximize the aesthetics of your landscaping in a way that will make your property look like you own more land than you really do. Here are a few simple tricks that will help make your property look larger without spending a lot of money to get the result.
Keep Size In Check
If you have a small home, you do not want to overpower it with large plants and trees in the small amount of land you have to work with.
3 Questions To Ask Before Hiring A Tree Removal Service
23 June 2015
Do you have a tree that needs to be removed? Are you currently shopping around for a tree removal service? Tree removal can be dangerous work, so you want to make sure you're hiring qualified professionals. Also, it's important that the company leaves your yard in a favorable condition. Here are three questions to ask before you hire your tree removal service:
Are they certified, licensed, and insured? This may be the most important question you can ask.