December 9, 2017
tree check up

Do Your Trees Need a Check Up?

Every year, you should assess your trees to ensure they remain healthy.  Cold seasons are a great time to do this, as a full canopy can hide potential concerns during summer months.
December 8, 2017
winter tree pruning

Perks of Pruning in Winter

While many might think landscaping work ends with the warmer months of the year, winter is actually ideal for pruning trees!
November 26, 2017
choosing a commercial landscaper

What to Look for in a Commercial Landscaper

You know you need a professional landscaping company you can trust to take care of your commercial landscape, but what should you look for to ensure you’re making the right investment?
August 2, 2017

Tree Trimming Safety Tips

When it comes to the list of yardwork that can be safely handled by a homeowner, tree trimming and tree removal don’t make the cut. Here’s a look at why a hiring a tree expert is worth the investment.
June 13, 2017

Retaining Walls: Hire a Professional or DIY?

Not all do-it-yourself projects are created equal.  Even if you’re quite handy, it can be easy to start a home or garden project and then realize you’re in over your head! So when it comes to retaining walls, should you hire a professional or DIY?
May 10, 2017

The Best Time to Start a Patio Project

If you’re considering adding a patio to your property, you might be wondering if there is a time of year that is best to start the project. While patio contractors can build paver, stone or concrete patios nearly year-round, in Columbus, Ohio the spring is a great time to start building a new patio.
May 3, 2017
removing a tree ohio

What to Know Before Removing a Tree

Whether you need to remove a tree that is dead or dying, or improve the layout of your landscape, here are some helpful guidelines when removing a tree.
April 26, 2017
emerald ash borer ohio

Is My Tree at Risk for an Emerald Ash Borer Infestation?

If you have an ash tree in Ohio, you’re at risk for an Emerald Ash Borer infestation. Over the past 10+ years, this invasive species of beetles has been moving across the country, destroying ash trees in their path.
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