I need some tree work done who should I call?
In addition, tree work is a very risky profession it is highly recommended that you contact a company with at least two million dollars in liability insurance as well as WSIB coverage. When having your tree looked at, you should ask for proof of insurance.
How do I identify a tree on my property?
There is also an app called Leafsnap. It uses visual recognition software to help identify your tree.
Does the tree on our yard belong to us or the city?
You will also want to consider reading why your neighbours tree can become a liability if you are unsure of how responsibilities are played out.
What tree should I plant?
With that little bit of information you can now run wild with the dozens upon dozens of options available to you. To play and explore some of these options have a view through Connon Nurseries (http://connon.ca/) extensive catalogue filled with pictures and information on hundreds of trees.
If you are still looking for help, give us a call.
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When can my tree be pruned?
On the other hand, if the limbs in question are posing an imminent risk then this should be taken care of as soon as possible.
You can also read why prune a tree as well.
How can I best take care of my tree?
- Ensure your tree gets rain every few days during the event of a drought.
- Avoid driving/parking on the soil beneath the trees canopy.
- Apply 2-3 inches of mulch around your tree, there is a right way and wrong way to do this. See this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fI12XNNqldA
- Have your tree pruned earlier in its life rather than later. Trees are a little bit like people; train them early in life and they are less likely to depart from this as they grow old.
- Know your tree. Regularly pay attention to changes that your tree undergoes so that you can catch hazards and disease before they become larger issues.
For a more in depth look, check out the top 5 ways to keep trees healthy.
What is the best way to remove a tree stump?
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