While trees that grow naturally in forests and other wooded areas live just fine without regular maintenance, trees planted in our urban city depend on tree pruning and other routine tree care in order to thrive. Unfortunately, not all tree maintenance is performed the correct way, and trees and their property owners can pay the price of poor tree pruning. In today's blog post, we'll focus on three ways trees can be damaged by poor tree pruning, and what property owners can do to ensure their trees get proper care and maintenance.
Around this time of year, many Houston homeowners begin to notice their lawns and trees growing at a faster rate due to the warmer weather. While many property owners know that springtime means it's time to feed their lawn and protect it from weeds, very few actually know that trees need to be fed as well to ensure healthy growth and protection from the elements. In today's blog post, we'll look at three important reasons to feed the trees on your property and their immediate and long-term benefits.
Americans are eager for new ways to improve their health, whether through new exercise routines, diet changes, or trying new vitamins or supplements. Another way people can make small improvements in their health while also improving their property is through the addition of trees to residential or commercial properties. Trees offer various types of health benefits and added value to property owners. In today's blog post, we'll look at three primary ways trees can positively impact an individual's long-term health, as well as their property.
When it comes to hiring contractors or service providers, they can either be proactive in their work, or they can be reactive. Reactive contractors will typically only repair or maintain specific areas and will not look beyond the immediate issue. On the other hand, proactive contractors and service providers will often look at the entire situation and offer in-depth recommendations and analysis for long-term care and function. This is especially true in the area of tree care and tree maintenance.
As Houston continues to experience warmer weather, residential properties will see a faster pace of growth for their grass, garden plants, and trees. Unfortunately, some homeowners may be tempted to scale back the amount of time spent on lawn and tree maintenance. Property owners might scale back maintenance by reducing the frequency of their lawn crew visits in an effort to save money, while others that handle their own lawn care might slow down on mowing and upkeep due to the hotter temperatures and higher humidity.
As warmer weather settles into Houston, area homeowners will find their lawn, gardens, and trees in need of more frequent maintenance due to the spring growth period. Unfortunately, many local property owners end up putting their health and safety at risk by attempting to handle their own lawn maintenance and tree care, especially during the brutal summer months.
From afar, a residential or commercial property might look like the pinnacle of health and beauty because of regular maintenance and beautiful landscaping. However, there may be hidden dangers threatening the health and beauty of a property. No matter how much time and energy we have invested in the health and beauty of our lawn and trees, the reality is that invasive insects and diseases can attack them at any time.
As Houston continues to see additional developments and construction projects break ground, there are a growing number of existing shade trees in jeopardy of injury and tree death because of nearby construction. Thankfully, Houston project managers and property owners can preserve healthy shade trees with Tree Preservation services from Embark, and in the process positively impact their surrounding community.
Houston homeowners often choose to sell their homes during the summer months, but the real preparation for selling a home begins in the spring as they make improvements such as painting, replacing roofs, upgrading fixtures, and installing new carpets. All these are done in the hopes of securing a quick sale, but there are also exterior improvements that can help speed up the sale of a home, especially in Houston's competitive real estate market. In today's blog post, we'll focus on three specific types of property improvements that can help homeowners sell their home much faster.
When it comes to residential and commercial properties, many owners simply choose an assortment of plants and trees with no regard to future growth or maintenance needs. Plants, flowers and trees are usually selected for their beauty and height, but there is not a landscape plan in place to account for future property needs. A professional landscape design or landscape plan can help property owners have a cohesive landscape that takes into consideration the owner's budget, future property needs, and aesthetic wishes for the property.