With the launch of our new name and website, Townsend Arborcare is excited to announce that we created a commercial. In case you are not local to the area, you can see the commercial below. We outline who we are, what we do, and how you can reach out to us to receive our services.
As we continue to grow and expand our service offerings, we hope that you will consider Townsend Arborcare for your tree care needs. Visit our Contact Us page to get your free estimate today.
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The Art and Importance of Winter Tree Pruning: A Guide for Healthy Growth
Trees are not just nature’s protectors, but they are also vital components of our environment. The health and longevity of trees depend on proper care and maintenance, including pruning. Winter is a particularly favorable season for tree pruning, providing several advantages and possibilities for promoting the best growth. In this detailed guide, we will explore the importance of pruning trees in winter, the appropriate methods to use, when to call in professionals and we will provide advice on pruning one of the most stunning trees in the landscape - the oak trees.
Everything You Need to Know About Stump Grinding vs. Stump Removal
Stumps from downed, decayed or dead trees and shrubs can be both an eyesore and a safety hazard in your yard. Removing or grinding down a stump can make it easier to mow the lawn and reduces the chances of someone tripping over it or kids running into it during play. Grinding down a stump after a tree or shrub has been removed can also help to prevent the growth of new trees from sprouting around the stump, as well as remove a habitat for pests and diseases. In some cases, getting rid of a stump is necessary to make room for new landscaping or construction projects, so it is important to consider all these factors when deciding the best way to handle a stump on your property.
How Rain and Moisture Can Adversely Affect Tree Health — And What to Do About It
April showers bring May flowers — but what do they do for trees? While a little bit of rain can help parched trees thrive, too much water can adversely affect tree health. In fact, many trees and other landscape plants do not like to have “wet feet.” As any homeowner will attest, trees are an important part of a beautiful — and functional — landscape. Not only do they provide aesthetic value, but they also function as a windbreak, provide oxygen and habitat for many species, and help hold soil in place.