Whether you’re a first-time homeowner or you just moved to a different home in Allentown, Bethlehem, or Easton, PA, you may have a lot of questions when it comes to caring for your lawn. In fact, you might even be worried that your lack of knowledge could end up costing you money—or results—if you make mistakes.read more
Your trees are valuable assets on your property. This is especially true of your mature trees (those that have been around for 20 years or longer). They may have been a part of your life for many years, having provided the shade for your children when they were little and been there for many memories as they’ve grown.
Or maybe your trees serve another important purpose for your family such as helping seclude your yard from the neighbors and giving you some privacy. Or, even if you’re relatively new to your home, the character offered by the mature trees in your backyard might have been part of what drew you to the property in the first place.read more
Concerns that a tree might fall and damage your property, or even worse, hurt a person, are definitely serious. Tree hazards are also a liability. If your tree, or one of its limbs, damages someone else’s property or hurts another person, that could easily result in a costly lawsuit.
Whether you’re worried, or you just want to be sure, the last thing you want to do is neglect it and assume everything is okay. You want to follow through on having your tree inspected and determined if it is really dangerous or if some of the issues you’re noticing aren’t true causes for concern.read more
If you’ve ever studied Thomas Jefferson, you know he kept unbelievably detailed journals, diaries, and records about everyday life. Jefferson maintained extensive tree and garden inventories at his famous home, Monticello, and these records were used as living manuals for what worked, what didn’t and what could be done better to care for the estate’s beloved landscape.read more
Back in December, we posted a blog titled, Tree Care Safety – First, Last and Always!, and we weren’t joking. When you are in our line of work, safety must be a top priority. Our daily tasks require us to be very high off the ground, we spend time working in diseased and/or pest-infested trees with brittle and unstable branches, we cut branches off old-growth trees that are larger than some full-grown trees. Our work is dangerous – and safety practices are an essential part of our every move to ensure we keep our clients, their homes and our staff safe and happy.read more