Blog 1

The Importance Of ANSI Compliance In Tree Care

In 1918, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) was created to develop a system of norms and conformity assessments for businesses to follow with the purpose of strengthening American industries. These voluntary industry standards help assure the safety and health of businesses by protecting employees and consumers, and ensuring workplace

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Blog 2

The Dangers of Unsafe Trees, Part Two

Some of the most important assets on our property are the healthy and vibrant shade trees we enjoy. In our previous blog post, we discussed how trees on residential properties could become unsafe over time, either because of disease, damage, or uneven growth. In part two in our series on

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Blog 3

The Dangers of Unsafe Trees, Part One

Residential property owners will often make improvements and upgrades to make their landscape as safe as possible. However, trees on residential properties can sometimes pose a threat to pedestrians, vehicles, and nearby structures. In this two-part blog series, we’ll first look at three ways trees can become unsafe over time,

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Blog 4

Why Is Our Tree Not Growing?

With the arrival of spring several weeks ago, many Houston property owners have begun to see increased growth in lawns, gardens, and trees. Unfortunately for some Houston homeowners, spring may have revealed a lack of growth, causing concern for these owners. There are several causes for why a tree might

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Blog 5

Three Ways Trees Can Be Hurt By Poor Tree Pruning

While trees that grow naturally in forests and other wooded areas live just fine without regular maintenance, trees planted in our urban city depend on tree pruning and other routine tree care in order to thrive. Unfortunately, not all tree maintenance is performed the correct way, and trees and their

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Blog 6

Do I Need To Feed My Trees?

Around this time of year, many Houston homeowners begin to notice their lawns and trees growing at a faster rate due to the warmer weather. While many property owners know that springtime means it’s time to feed their lawn and protect it from weeds, very few actually know that trees

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Blog 7

How Adding Trees Can Improve Your Health

Americans are eager for new ways to improve their health, whether through new exercise routines, diet changes, or trying new vitamins or supplements. Another way people can make small improvements in their health while also improving their property is through the addition of trees to residential properties. Trees offer various

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Blog 9

Three Ways To Prepare Your Trees For Spring

When it comes to keeping your property healthy, it’s important to note that trees should never be overlooked when it comes to springtime preparation. Trees need just as much care and maintenance as lawns and gardens, especially if they are exotic, large, or valuable trees. In today’s blog post, we’ll

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Blog 10

Does My Tree Need Lightning Protection?

For residential property owners, trees are some of the most prominent and valuable parts of the landscape. Unfortunately, trees can suffer damage from a variety of sources, such as high winds, heavy rains, and invasive insects. While trees cannot be completely protected from these problems, tree owners do have options

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