New Year’s Resolutions…. We make them, we think we’ll stick to them, then life gets in the way… That always seems to be the way things go. But, sometimes there are easier resolutions to stick to, why not try to make one of those this year? Make a resolution to keep your yard (and your […]

Take a look outside at your trees. What are they doing? There’s no buds forming, not flowers growing—their brown, bare branches seem to just be creaking in the occasional gust of wind. You may think your trees are hibernating just like the bears who roam our yards in the spring and summer. You may think […]

Thanksgiving is one of our favorite times of the year. Turkey, football, parades, colorful leaves, friends and family—there’s so much to do and see. And if you’re hosting the big day things can be even more hectic. With all this craziness we sometimes forget what the holiday is all about: Being thankful. And, with just […]

Kids are picking out Halloween costumes, leaves are changing colors, there’s jack-o-laterns on every step; yes, Halloween is just around the corner and more importantly: Winter is coming. Luckily it’s not a decade long winter like in Game of Thrones but still, it’s on it’s way. Our yards look beautiful in their autumn colors now, […]

Although it’s only September your trees are already getting a head start on preparing for the winter. As the leaves begin to change color and eventually shed it’s important as property owners to give your trees a helping hand as they prepare for our often harsh and cold Jersey winter. Go through the below checklist […]

Everyone in New Jersey remembers the absolute devastation we sustained two years ago with the landfall of Hurricane Sandy. The first picture that comes to mind is the Jersey Shore, roller coasters and all, underwater. However, us here in Northern NJ know that the damage affected the entire state. Away from the shore, downed trees […]

Trees can get sick just like people do. There are a plethora of different diseases and infections trees can develop. Some are like the common cold: seasonal and mild, while others are like a cancer: reoccurring and deadly. If you’ve taken a look at the plum and cherry trees in our area recently you may […]

A dead tree is just that. Dead. It has no life so the wood becomes brittle and starts to rot away. You never know when a branch can fall and hurt someone, so it is important to have the tree removed immediately. This customer had a large oak that was starting to rot away. The tree […]