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Does cutting of dead branches help a tree?

Last updated on March 22nd, 2018 at 03:02 pm

Grooming does the body, and tree, good.  Aside from your looks, routine grooming is actually healthy for your hair. As your hair ages, it becomes weaker, so give it a trim for healthier hair. Your trees operate rather similarly. Its branches age over time and will have a definite need for pruning. If you want a healthy tree, enlist the help of an arborist. An arborist knows what is best for your tree and an arborist says you should prune regularly, but why? Continue reading “Does cutting of dead branches help a tree?”

When is the Best Time to Transplant a Tree?

Last updated on March 2nd, 2018 at 09:26 am

You spend time and money to build and care for your landscape. You cut up, carve out, deconstruct and build. You do whatever it takes to shape your yard space. Perhaps you build up certain areas; plant perennials; or even cut down and plant new trees. If you feel as though you made a mistake with any of those changes, they are all in all, pretty simple to correct. Well, except if you made a mistake when deciding on your trees. Moving a tree or purchasing an older tree for transplant is a frequent solution to this problem. One of the keys to the success of transplanting that tree is the time of year that the tree is moved.  Continue reading “When is the Best Time to Transplant a Tree?”

Why Hiring a Commercial Snow and Ice Management Company Makes Sense

When it comes to winter in Pittsburgh, snow is unpredictable, and it can have a significant effect on your business. Snow and ice management is part of the operational costs of running a business, and attempting to sacrifice quality to cut costs can and up costing you more money in the long run.
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Have Your Firewood Delivered This Winter by 20/20 Landscaping

Last updated on December 6th, 2017 at 02:17 pm

Pittsburgh is known for its cold, brutal winters, that can often last well into March and April. Many older homes in Pittsburgh are outfitted with wood-burning fireplaces, and while sitting in front of a fire is cozy on a cold evening, keeping enough wood in stock can be a chore. Continue reading “Have Your Firewood Delivered This Winter by 20/20 Landscaping”

Why You Should Schedule Your Commercial Snow Removal Service Now

Last updated on October 4th, 2017 at 10:42 am

The Pittsburgh winters are known for their cold temperatures, with snow and ice often hindering traffic conditions and making traveling difficult. For business and property owners, the snow and ice presents its own set of challenges. Commercial snow removal  services are a vital part of your property maintenance. Heavy snow and ice can affect not only your daily business operations, but can pose a threat to the safety of your property as well as affect your bottom line. The key to maintaining your property throughout the temperamental Pittsburgh winters is by scheduling your commercial snow removal service as soon as possible. Continue reading “Why You Should Schedule Your Commercial Snow Removal Service Now”

Bradford Pear Tree Maintenance

Last updated on August 29th, 2017 at 02:04 pm

Bradford Pear Tree Service

Since their introduction by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 1963, Bradford pear trees have become a popular addition to many a landscape. Their rapid growth and decorative appearance made them an appealing choice for many neighborhoods in the 1950’s, however, the tree itself has some issues that need addressed in order for them to thrive.

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Build Your Retaining Wall With The Look Of Natural Stone

The very nature of the Western Pennsylvania landscape makes retaining walls necessary to many Pittsburgh properties. However, you don’t have to sacrifice style for function. The natural stone look of Rosetta® Outcropping Wall Stones allows you to have a beautifully designed retaining wall that blends beautifully into the landscape. Continue reading “Build Your Retaining Wall With The Look Of Natural Stone”

Identifying Risky Trees on Your Property

Last updated on June 30th, 2017 at 02:20 pm

Trees are a magnificent feature of our landscape. They offer numerous benefits including beautification of the land, stress reduction, decreased energy consumption, and increased property values. At times, however, trees can pose serious risk to people, homes, cars, and other valuable possessions.  For this reason, it is critical to ensure that the trees on your property are cared for properly and monitored for defects that may result in serious injury or damage to surrounding property if part or all of a tree falls. Continue reading “Identifying Risky Trees on Your Property”

Why March is the Best Time for Preventative Tree Care

Last updated on June 30th, 2017 at 02:20 pm

Early Spring Tree Service

While winter is still rearing its ugly head in Pittsburgh, PA, tree pruning and maintenance may be the last thing on most homeowners’ minds. Surprisingly, though, late winter is one of the best times to administer preventative care for trees. Winter storms and freezing temperatures may hinder the process a bit, but the benefits of prepping trees for spring and summer growth are tremendous. Continue reading “Why March is the Best Time for Preventative Tree Care”