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The Danger of DIY Tree Removal
Stump Removal vs Stump Grinding: Which One Should You Choose?
As Californians struggle with extreme weather, homeowners encounter the difficult decision of whether to remove or grind tree stumps on their property. The state has had its fair share of high winds, leaving residents wondering how to manage their property amid these...
Can Overdoing Tree Trimming or Tree Pruning Kill a Tree?
Recent harsh weather in California has refocused attention on the value of preserving trees in the area. It's usual to prune and trim trees to keep them safe and healthy, but there's growing concern that too much could endanger the tree. This blog post will discuss...
8 Steps to Removing a Tree
Trees can offer shade, improve the aesthetics of your property, and improve the environment. However, California's harsh weather patterns can make trees dangerous, necessitating removal. A dead, rotting, or sick tree may suddenly break and collapse, posing a major...
How Much Water Do Trees Need in The San Fernando Valley?
Trees in the San Fernando Valley and Burbank California need to be regularly watered, depending on the type of tree, weather and soil conditions. Use a garden hose with a spray nozzle attachment or a watering can to apply water to the roots of your trees slowly and...
How to Plant a Tree in the San Fernando Valley (Without Killing It!)
If you're looking to add a little greenery to your home in the San Fernando Valley, you may be considering planting a tree. Trees can provide shade, beauty, and can even help to improve air quality. But before you head to your local nursery, you should know a few...
The Best Trees for Your Landscape in Burbank and San Fernando Valley, CA
This is the ultimate guide to landscaping trees in the San Fernando Valley, California. If you are looking for a tree that will thrive in our climate and provide beautiful curb appeal, this guide is for you! We have compiled a list of some of our favorites, including...
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