Tree Care Tips

Exposed Tree Roots? Why It Happens and What to Do

Tree roots perform essential functions for keeping trees healthy, but what causes exposed tree roots? More importantly, what can you do about them?
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The base of a tree shows roots growing above ground surrounded by white and yellow flowers in the green grass.

Leaning Trees: Why They Lean & What to Do

Leaning trees are often a hazard and a liability. While some leaning trees can be saved, others must be removed before they cause significant damage to structures, property, and utilities or injure someone when they fall. Find out what you should do about a leaning tree.
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Sillouette of a crabapple tree leaning in a field in front of an orange sunset

The Problem with Bradford Pear Trees

While Bradford pear trees are beautiful, a recent Ohio ban make them a bad choice for new planting and should make you consider removing them completely.
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A Bradford or Callery pear tree in bloom in Ohio.

Hiring a Tree Service Company: What You Need to Know

Do you know the #1 thing that affects the quality of tree work you receive? These FAQs show you what to look for & why hiring a Certified Arborist is best.
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3 Signs It’s Time to Remove a Tree

It's not always easy to know you should remove a tree. These three signs will help you decide if the tree is safe and healthy enough to leave alone, or whether it's best to cut it down.
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Tree Topping: 5 Common Myths & The Real Facts

Tree topping is a form of “pruning” that’s still used in the Cincinnati area. But don't be fooled - it won't get you the results you want. Here's why ...
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Topped trees sprouting new, weakly-attached and ugly growth.

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