Removing an Old or Damaged Tree from Your Yard Safely

If you have an old tree in your yard that is rotted, dead, or has been damaged, you might need to have the tree removed. Cutting the tree down yourself might not be the best option if the tree is close to your house or another building. Hiring a tree service to come and remove the tree may cost a little, but you may be able to get them to grind the stump and remove all the debris from the yard too. Read More 

How to Burn a Tree Stump

If you have a tree stump that you need to get rid of, one way that you can get rid of it is by burning it. Here are step-by-step instructions that you can follow in order to effectively burn an entire tree stump all at once. Drill a Hole into the Center of the Stump The first thing you need to do is take a drill with either a spade bit or a different wood-boring bit; the bit should be on the larger side. Read More 

Answering A Few Tree Removal Questions

Having a tree removed can be an essential task for the safety of your home. However, this is a task that many people may not have much experience doing to their property. As a result, they may not be fully sure of what they should expect from this process, which will mean they might need the answers to the following couple of questions about this process. How Is The Tree Cut Down? Read More 

Consider One Of These Methods For Removing Your Tree Stump

After you've had a tree service visit your yard to cut down a dead tree, your next priority is to decide what to do with the stump. While you can have the professionals take care of grinding it down for you, you might also wish to roll up your sleeves and tackle the project on your own. There are a variety of different ways to successfully remove a tree stump — you don't need to settle for the approach of leaving the unsightly mass in your yard and trying to spruce it up by placing a flower planter on it. Read More 

Tree Diseases That Pose A Threat To Your Loblolly Pine

The hearty loblolly pine tree has attractive reddish brown bark and pale green needles that make this evergreen as suitable as an ornamental shade tree as it is as a timber source. A hearty loblolly tree is a great addition for any homeowner who wants something a bit different than a traditional pine or who has property with difficult soil that might not be hospitable to other types of pines. Read More