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Please feel free to dive into our blog, chock full with advice and good knowledge when it comes to you and your tree care.

Tree removal is not a DIY project. It is more complicated than taking a chainsaw to the base of a tree and yelling, “Timber!”.  You could harm yourself, your property, or the property around you. When it comes to tree removal, it is best to play things safe and hire an expert. Tree removal service companies have the proper expertise and equipment needed for safe tree removal. Here is a helpful guide that breaks down the average cost of tree removal in the Twin Cities area. 

We all know that trees are essential to our daily lives and our ecosystem. They give us oxygen, clean the air, provide food and shelter, and add beauty to our communities. But, did you know that they can actually make you happier?

It may seem like a no-brainer to prune before winter hits. But, you should resist your urge to prune. Your trees may be looking bare and sickly, but they aren’t!  

Keeping trees hydrated is essential, but you don’t want to overwater. Here’s our advice on finding that happy medium.

Trees are incredibly important to our everyday lives. They provide clean air, food and shelter for animals, shade on hot summer days, windbreaks in the cold winters, and overall they’re just beautiful parts our natural landscape. So, when it comes for caring for trees they really should get the best treatment possible--and an arborist can provide that TLC.

Tree stump removal is a big part of our business, and we’re often asked if it's necessary. Trees are a thing of nature, so leaving a tree stump in the earth is certainly natural. However, there are a few good reasons to go ahead with a removal.

Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is the most destructive insect introduced into North America in recent years. This exotic beetle attacks and kills all species of Ash trees. Since the early 2000's, they have killed hundreds of millions of trees in the United States and Canada. Here is what you need to know about this destructive insect.

Minnesota is not only known as the land of 10,000 lakes but also for being home to beautiful Norway pines -- the state tree.