How to tell if your firewood is seasoned

Tree Service
With the cold weather right around the corner, it’s time to start compiling your firewood for the winter. Do you have some leftover from last year? Here’s how to tell if your firewood is seasoned or if the tree care you did was enough. Seasoned wood has a less vibrant look to it and fades…
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Trees most likely needing pruning

Tree Service
The fastest-growing trees are the ones that will need pruning more often. In the Front Range area, blue spruce, cottonwood, silver maple, catalpa, and white oak are among the fastest growers. Incidentally, white ash is also a fast-growing tree, but it is not recommended for planting because of the non-native pest emerald ash borer. Furthermore,…
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When woodpeckers might be a warning sign

Tree Service
If you have trees on your property then you are probably pleased that they provide resting, roosting, or simply vantage points for some of the many birds we know make their home in Colorado. However, if you have pine trees, then should you notice woodpeckers hard at work on the trunk, this might not be…
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