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Tree is too Big

Tree is too Big

So you have a tree that you like.  It is perfect, or nearly perfect, just the way it is.  It isn’t reaching overtop of the house.  It isn’t interfering with the tree next to it.  It isn’t providing too much shade.  It doesn’t appear to be a risk — yet.  Yet,...
Top 7 Ways to Maintain Soil Quality

Top 7 Ways to Maintain Soil Quality

Maintain soil quality for your trees simply by following this guide. The tendency when evaluating the health of a tree is to look into a tree?s canopy and see if anything looks a little bit off.  This approach makes sense because oftentimes the buds, leaves,...
The Urban Canopy and Ice Storm Preparedness

The Urban Canopy and Ice Storm Preparedness

This is being written in response to the Dec. 2nd ice storm that hit the GTHA. Many observations are drawn from this storm but some observations are drawn from previous ice storms as well. The hope is that you can use this information to evaluate and prepare in the...
Tree Risk Assessment

Tree Risk Assessment

When DeVos Tree Care assess a tree for potential risks, we tend to pay attention to whether or not the tree or branch is likely to fail.? Yet likelihood of failure does not necessarily constitute a high risk tree. Likelihood of failure is only a part of the...
The Neighbour’s Tree

The Neighbour’s Tree

Rarely a week goes by that we at DeVos Tree Care don?t get a call from a prospective customer to inquire about their neighbour?s tree.  The one variable in most of these situations is the reasons why the customer is interested in the neighbour?s tree to begin...
Urban Wood Utilization

Urban Wood Utilization

Quite often when people talk about what arborists do, they relate it to the stages in the life of a tree.  Arborists plant young trees, prune them as they get older, and cut them down when they become a hazard.  The final stage most often overlooked is urban...

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