Winter Tree Care

Cindy Sullivan Video

Cindy Sullivan Video

Bob Ray Winter tree care video with Cindy Sullivan on winter tree care.

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WAVE 3 News Interviews Tee Ray on Tree Damage

WAVE 3 News Interviews Tee Ray on Tree Damage

Local news team interviews Tee Ray on winter tree damage. wave3.com-Louisville News, Weather

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Whas 11 Interviews Certified Arborist Adam Palmer

Whas 11 Interviews Certified Arborist Adam Palmer

When local news coverage looks for expertise in tree care, they turn to Louisville’s oldest Tree care...

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Winter Storm Damage

Winter Storm Damage

Most damage to property during serious climate situations happens because of falling trees and limbs. High winds and saturated soil typical of winter storms can cause tree roots to fail and branches to weaken. Limbs might be torn totally free during storms or a whole tree might fall, causing power failures, home damage, as well as individual injury. Throughout winter, the load of ice and snow accumulations create failure of branches and even whole trees. While it’s impossible to completely safeguard your trees and home from serious storms, you will find some fundamental procedures of...

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Winter and Trees

Bark and Roots. Winter Tree Care Continued. As winter strorms hit the midwest, you have to be prepared for everything. Storms could dump ten inches of snow, create winds of 70 mph, or drop four inhes of rain in one day. If you are concerned about your trees, and you should be, you should be considering the harm that fluctuating temperatures can inflict. In reality, you need to be not just thinking, but taking action to keep them alive and healthy. The two primary problem areas would be the roots and the bark. If you can help these two areas with proper winter tree care, your trees will most...

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Winter Tree Care

More winter tree care tips. Winter tree care is so critical that we have taken great care to educate you with as many articles as possible about the subject. October has to be our favorite month of the year. I understand that autumn officially begins in September, but in our experience it truly does not begin till mid or late October when the leaves begin to turn. Then, it’s a couple of weeks of spectacular beauty prior to the cold winds of December and January. Here are some additional suggestions writen by one of our Certified Arborists to safeguard your trees and shrubs throughout...

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