3 Signs You Need Tree Removal Services

Trees offer a great deal of aesthetic appeal to your yard and garden and can play a large role in the landscaping design around your house. However, trees are still plants, which means that they are susceptible to damage which, due to their large size and heavy weight, can turn them into a serious safety hazard that could harm your home. Understanding some of the signs associated with an ailing tree can help you identify the problem early, allowing you to have a trained professional remove the tree before it has the chance to fall over and cause significant structural damage. [Read More]

Interested In Installing An Irrigation System? 3 DIY Tips To Cut Costs

Keeping the grass and other plants in your yard watered is vital when you want to keep the landscaping green and as healthy as possible. Instead of hand watering your yard or using a sprinkler system that can be erratic and use more water than necessary, look into getting an irrigation system installed. One of the reasons you may be avoiding an irrigation system is the costs involved. Keeping the following tips in mind can save you money and still get you an irrigation system that works fantastically for your yard. [Read More]

Three Ideas For Stump Removal

Whenever you have a stump in your yard, it can quickly become an eyesore and a hindrance. You'll want to do your best to remove this stump quickly and efficiently, so that you're not letting it get out of hand and become a nuisance. To learn a bit more about how you can get rid of these stumps without an issue, read below and follow these suggestions.  #1: Know why getting rid of a stump is so critical [Read More]

How To Remove A Tree Stump When You Don't Have A Grinder

If you have access to a stump grinder, then removing a tree stump is pretty simple. But what if you don't have one of these machines or don't feel comfortable using one? You're not doomed to live with that tree stump in your yard until it rots away 15 years from now. Here's an alternative stump removal method that relies on just a few simple supplies. You'll need: A large container of potassium nitrate (this is often sold as stump removing compound at landscaping stores) A standard drill with large bits Gloves Plenty of water -- preferably warm A shovel or trowel Some topsoil Grass seed This process will take anywhere from a couple of weeks to a couple of months depending on the size of your stump and how long it has already been sitting. [Read More]