Importance of Regular Tree Inspections

Posted on: 27 November 2019

Trees offer invaluable benefits to humans, animals and the environment at large. They improve the quality of air, help to conserve water and even prevent erosion. Besides, well-maintained trees enhance the appearance of a house and increase its value. Equally, poorly maintained trees are highly hazardous and can cause many liabilities.  If you want to continue enjoying the benefits of trees, you must learn to take good care of them. Alongside the regular watering and pruning, you should also inspect the trees regularly.
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Signs That You Should Remove Your Tree

Posted on: 25 November 2019

Trees provide a pleasant ambience, which improves the value of a property. They also offer clean and fresh air, which makes the environment calm and relaxing. Despite their benefits, however, trees can show various signs of declining health and eventually die.  When some of the tree parts become unwell, they can easily fall off and damage your property. In addition, a sick tree can act as a breeding site for dangerous pests.
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When Was The Last Time You Really Took Care Of Your Trees?

Posted on: 22 November 2019

Trees are central features in most people's backyards, and it is not uncommon to have two or three scattered around your home. With them being such an important part of your garden, it is astonishing to see how often people neglect their trees. After all, you most likely mow your garden fairly regularly and constantly be pruning the flowers and watering the rest of the plants. Trees need help to reach their full potential, both aesthetically and for the health of the trees in the foreseeable future.
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Are the Trees in Your Back Garden Ready for the Next Disaster?

Posted on: 22 November 2019

Australia is, unfortunately, very prone to significant weather-related events, and this has certainly been in the news recently. Due to widespread drought conditions and prevailing winds, wildfires have been tearing up certain states and territories, and many people believe that this could be the new norm in the future. If you haven't been directly affected by these events, then count yourself lucky, but think about what you could do to try and reduce your exposure.
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