Monday, October 1, 2012

Protect your trees - no hazards just healthy

Let's face it, most of us plant a tree and then expect it grow lush, grand and with minimal care from us.  We expect great things from very little effort.  But, truth be told, a little more attention and work at the beginning will pay off in the long run.

If you're reading this page, you probably already know the many benefits we get from trees, and that you get from the trees in your yard. Your trees beautify your home, speak volumes about it's “curb appeal”, and contribute to making your home a place you want to live. Your trees are a valuable financial asset too; they make your home more valuable when you go to sell it and they reduce your energy costs. With all these benefits in mind, it makes sense that you would want to go to great lengths to protect this asset.

Here is one of the first questions to ask yourself when dealing with a tree and construction situation: “Is this tree worth saving?” Many well intentioned protection efforts fail because large old trees nearing the end of their live spans were protected and younger trees weren't. Take time to look critically at your trees and decide what you want them to look like in 10-20 years.

It pays to keep your trees safe, so that they remain an asset and don't become a liability. This module will give you some insights into what it takes to protect trees – to keep them healthy, safe, and productive assets in your home landscape. The fact is, tree hazards are more easily prevented than repaired. In this case, your efforts at prevention will be a lot cheaper, and successful, than attempting to cure a damaged tree that is on it's way to becoming a hazard.


Trees "R" Us, Inc. prides itself not only on being the best tree service in the suburbs of Chicago, but also in educating its customers about trees, tree maintenance and tree care. As tree service providers to the North shore, north suburbs, and northwest suburbs of Chicago, we offer exceptional tree trimming, tree removals, stump grinding and plant health care. Contact Trees "R" Us, Inc. today for more information or an analysis of your trees and plants. Check us out on the web at www.treesrusinc.com or call us at 847-913-9069.

Nick
nick@treesrusinc.com

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