If there's a tree in your garden that needs to be removed, here are two reasons why you should not carry out this task yourself, but should instead arrange for an arborist to do it for you. It could end up being more expensive than hiring a professional A lot of people attempt to cut down trees in their gardens without professional assistance because they believe it will save them money.
9 April 2018
Storm season is now upon Australia, and this was recently demonstrated in frightening fashion by the recent supercell storms that battered the east coast. Over 30,000 lightening strikes and 90 kilometre per hour winds battered homes from New South Wales to Queensland. With more storms to come and 11 cyclones predicted for storm season 2017/18, your trees may be in for a rough ride in the coming weeks and months.
30 October 2017
When assessing your current trees or trying to decide which tree might be most suitable for your yard, safety should be one of your priorities. In 2016, due to stormy conditions, high winds brought down trees throughout Australia, damaging property and taking lives. If you live in an area that is known for the ferocity of its storms, you should consider replacing trees that may pose a risk to you and your loved ones in severe weather.
15 February 2017
A campfire is an essential part of your camping experience. It is like the family room for you and the rest of your camping crew, enabling you to cook and spend some quality evening time. While there are other sources of heat energy that you can use when camping, firewood is one of the best. Firewood makes your camping experience more nature oriented, unlike a case where you tag along with modern heating appliances from home (like portable gas cookers).
10 October 2016
Above ground trees often serve to beautify yards and neighborhoods, even adding value to the properties they share the space with. Below ground however, depending on the species, the root systems of those majestic trees could very well be about to cause untold damage to your property. According to Colorado State University Extension, tree roots can spread to occupy an area two to four times the diameter of the crown.
21 July 2016
If you have trees on your property, it is recommended to enlist tree lopping services from time to time. Tree lopping refers to the process of pruning away unhealthy parts of your tree such as shattered boughs, dead branches and more. In addition to removing these affected areas, tree lopping can also be employed to enhance the aesthetics of the tree by reshaping it into different designs. Some homeowners may opt to engage in tree lopping on their own as a DIY project.
13 July 2016
If you have recently had a tree cut down on your property but the stump has been left behind, you will more than likely want to have it removed as well. A stump can not only be an eyesore and detract from the curb appeal of your home, but it can also be an attraction for insects and make it more difficult for your lawn to be maintained. If you are looking for an alternative to digging up a tree stump, there are a couple other stump removal methods that are not quite so labour-intensive.
11 March 2016
Having trees on your yard has a lot of advantages. Other than climatic advantages, trees can increase the value of your property as well as providing beauty. However trees could develop problems, and when this happens you may be faced with the difficult reality of having to remove them. If a tree poses no danger of falling on people or your property, it can be left to die out without any intervention.
26 February 2016
Having a tree removed from a property may be necessary if it's dead or diseased, or you might choose to do this to enhance the view from your home and plan new landscaping. Whatever your reasons for considering tree removal, you need to consider a few important questions about the process first. This will ensure you know everything involved with tree removal and have only healthy trees on your property.
28 January 2016
One of the nicest parts about retirement is not having to get up to go to work every morning, but then there is also the loss of income to make an adjustment for. There are a number of ways you can reduce your living costs so your pension stretches further, and one of these is to grow your own vegetables at home. However, before you start pulling the spade out of the garage, there is an easier way to grow your vegetables that will not be labour intensive for your back.
25 January 2016