Evergreens are the iconic tree of the Colorado Rockies, and they are a common part of yard landscapes in the Colorado Springs area. Evergreen trees are named for their needles that stay green throughout the season. These tree needles can tell us a lot about the overall health of the tree. Read More
How Much of a Trim Does Your Tree Need?
Are you searching for tree trimming in Colorado Springs, to understand the best ways to trim trees?
Tree trimming is a regular part of yard maintenance for most homeowners. Trimming out dead or unhealthy limbs from a tree keeps a property safe from the hazards that come with broken branches. Read More
Colorado Bark Beetle – Why do they kill trees and what can be done to prevent it?
When you drive up to Summit, Grand, and Park counties in the Colorado mountains, there are entire forests of evergreen trees that have died out. The acreage of the dead forests may sometimes even rival that of a forest fire. The trees remain standing, but the needles are rust-colored and starting to drop. This forest damage is the work of one very small culprit – the bark beetle. Read More
Is My Tree a Property Hazard? The Things to Look at When Considering Whether to Remove a Tree.
Heavy snowstorms, windstorms, and hailstorms down trees and break branches all over the Colorado Springs area every year.
Trees that have died and trees with a compromised root system, base, or trunk are at a highly increased risk of falling or having branches break. Read More
Trees add a great deal of aesthetic value to the home, but it is important to maintain them. Tree trimming is a great way to make your tree stronger and mitigate the risk from fallen limbs, while also making your tree beautiful and healthy. Keeping tree limbs trimmed back away from your home, deck, and vehicles will protect your property from storm damage and fallen limbs. Read More
When a tree becomes unhealthy it is important to get right to the root of the problem – literally. A tree’s decline in health quite often starts with its roots. The roots may not have been able to draw up enough nutrients into the tree, or the roots may have died back. Read More
The species of trees native to Colorado are hardy and adept at weathering harsh winters. However, spring blizzards and windstorms pose a much greater risk to dead and dried out tree wood. It is important to spot the signs of a dead or dying tree early so that it can be addressed before it becomes a hazard. Read More