4 Ways To Prune Trees For Landscape Safety

Trees add a lot to the home landscape, both visually and via useful elements, such as shade. Properly maintaining the trees helps ensure that they are a safe addition to the landscape. These tips can keep your home and you safe as you care for these plants. Tip #1: Protect Your Roof Trees with canopies that extend over the roof can pose a danger to shingles, and in some cases, to the roof itself. Read More 

Having A Tree Removed? Use A Log As A Temporary Fire Pit

If you're like most people, you love the beauty that a big lush tree adds to your landscape. However, there are times when trees need to be removed because they pose a threat to buildings during storms, or their roots begin to grow into your sewer or septic system. As sad as losing your tree might make you, you can use some of the logs the workers cut off the tree for various projects around your home. Read More 

Winter Care Tips For Young Trees

It's time to prepare your young trees for the colder weather as fall and winter approaches. High winds, severe cold, and temperature fluctuations can all damage a tree that hasn't been exposed to these conditions before. You can hire a tree service, like B. Haney & Sons, to help you prepare your tress for winter, or you can do it yourself. The following tips can help you make sure your young trees are up to the challenge. Read More 

Ways To Remove An Ugly Tree Stump From Your Yard

If you lose a tree due to a storm or disease, you may be able to chop up most of the tree for easy disposal, but you're still faced with the problem of stump removal. Getting rid of tree stumps is difficult because of their size and the fact they are firmly rooted into the ground. Getting the stump out of the ground is hard enough, but then you have to figure out what to do with it. Read More 

Three Peach Tree Varieties That Are Resistant To Brown Rot

Brown rot is a fungal infection that can affect fruit trees and is particularly destructive to peaches. It causes the fruit to rot on the tree prior to ripening, rendering the entire peach crop inedible. If you're thinking of planting peach trees on your property, the easiest way to avoid this disease is to plant a variety of peaches that is resistant to brown rot. Here's a look at some of your best options. Read More