The Living Dead: Why, When And How To Have A Tree's Dead Wood Removed

Deadwooding is the name given to the process of removing dead portions of wood from a living tree, and it is an important part of maintaining the good health and structural integrity of many large and/or old trees. However, when undertaken with too little knowledge or too much enthusiasm deadwooding can actively damage an otherwise healthy tree, so it is important to know what exactly to look for and how to have dead wood safely removed before you begin work on maintaining your trees. [Read More]

Ways Tree Removal Services Would Be Advantageous For You

For some homeowners, having trees growing in their yard is a sign of auspiciousness. Although growing trees contribute to a healthy environment, it does not mean that they will not eventually need removal. This could be for an assortment of reasons, such as disease, property damage, impeding natural lighting and more. If your tree is becoming more of a nuisance than a benefit to your property it would be in your best interests to employ tree removal services. [Read More]

Small Tree, Big Problem: Removing Invasive Dwarf Umbrella Trees From Your Land

It's no secret that Australia suffers from extensive problems with invasive species, and these unwelcome plant and animal invaders can wreak havoc on the country's unique and isolated ecosystem if left unchecked. One example, the dwarf umbrella tree (Schefflera arboricola), a small and unassuming shrub, but even a single tree can quickly grow into a damaging and dangerous infestation. Why should I remove dwarf umbrella trees from my land? Dwarf umbrella trees have a number of properties that, while beneficial to the tree itself, can make them a tenacious and hardy pest plant: [Read More]

How to Not Feel So Bad About Having a Tree Removed

A beautiful shade-providing tree on your property is like a good friend. You see them every day and they are always there come rain or shine providing you with a fiery display in autumn, sweet-scented (mostly) air in spring, and a rich green canopy in summer. However, no matter how much you enjoy looking at them or enjoying their shade on hot summer days, you can't stand idly by while they tear up your driveway or invade your water pipes. [Read More]