Best practices for storing firewood

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Safeguarding your firewood is of the utmost importance. Follow these tips to keep your firewood in great condition. Store firewood in a covered location whenever possible. If a covered location isn’t available, use a tarp or canopy to keep your wood dry. Do not stack firewood directly against the side of a building. Instead, leave…
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Your questions about ash borer disease answered

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The Emerald Ash Borer is a major problem in the US, including Denver. The larvae of this beetle burrow into the bark of trees where they nest and mature, eating the tree’s tender flesh. This robs the tree of vital nutrients. It eventually staves and dies. These are the top three questions about ash borer…
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‘Tis the season of pine trees

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The holiday season is so closely linked to pine trees, decorated to add cheer, even in this fraught year. If you have one or more pine trees on your property, then it’s so important to keep them protected from the vile Mountain Pine Beetle. Tree varieties such as limber, pinyon, bristlecone, ponderosa, lodgepole, Scotch, and…
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Is your tree a danger to your house?

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One of the best things about the Denver Metro Region is our abundance of beautiful trees. Unfortunately, this can also mean greater liability to your home and other property. For instance, large branches hanging over your house pose a major risk, especially during winter months. Additionally, homeowners should be mindful of any damage from lightning,…
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Choosing the most acceptable tree care treatments

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We know that people are becoming increasingly concerned about the protection of our precious Colorado environment, which is why many of our clients are interested in the products our company uses. We are pleased to confirm that we only use products that are registered with the Environmental Protection Agency and have the approval of the…
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Are your trees braced for our winter storms?

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We mean braced in its literal sense. Some of your trees may be young and strong; but others may have already enjoyed many long years of life. Like ourselves, as we age, it’s not unknown for trees to become a little less steady on their feet! Equally, even healthy trees can suffer injury, with damaged…
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How to tell if your firewood is seasoned

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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

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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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