Don’t Let Snow Storm Damage Sneak Up On You!
During the winter season, temperatures are dropping low and the chance for ice and even snow increases. Those located near our Charlotte, NC or Greenville,
Prevent Tree Damage with Freezing Rain Preparation
It is well known that the heavy snows they get up north can cause tree damage, but here in North and South Carolina freezing rain
3 Ways to Repurpose Dead or Removed Wood
Getting rid of some of your tree’s mass will be needed throughout its lifetime. Fruit trees need to be pruned to promote a good harvest,
Proper Tree and Shrub Pruning Cuts
You may have had your trees or shrubs pruned or trimmed in the past, so you may already be aware of how important proper pruning
Signs That An Old Tree Needs To Go
There are times when a tree’s life has ended, and there is nothing that you can do to restart it. It is important to remove
Get Ready to Protect Your Shrubs for Cooler Weather
With the arrival of fall and winter right around the corner, you may have started thinking about what you can do to make sure that
Root Collar Excavations
Stressed Out Trees Have you ever thought about how trees are planted? Sometimes what can happen in the urban landscape is that trees get planted
Make Trees an Essential Element of Your Estate
Whether you have a generational property or you’re maintaining a historic home for tours and events, the whole property makes a statement. Don’t just focus
Can You Save Your Tree After Significant Storm Damage?
Strong storms can hurt even the healthiest of trees. Whether it’s a broken branch that had too much snow piled on it or several branches that
Do Your Trees Have Dutch Elm Disease?
Tree care companies don’t just maintain the physical growth of your trees. They also help keep your trees safe from disease and minimize damage once
You may have heard us talk about girdling roots before, and if you have, you know that it is one of the more silent killers
Three Things Your Tree Service Company Can Do to Keep Pests Away
While neighborhood animals are part of nature and are even vital to helping some of your plants grow, they can also cause a lot of
3 Things You Need To Know About Fall Fertilization
Summer is over, and while temperatures are still warm, fall is slowly moving in. Morning temperatures have begun to get a little cooler, and trees
Do Your Shrubs Need Mulch?
By now you have heard of the many benefits of mulch. It keeps down the weeds, keeps roots warm, and looks as pretty as the flowers
3 Reasons Why You Need to Protect Your Trees from Overcrowding
There’s nothing like having trees on your property. A mature giant can frame your front yard perfectly and give your home extra shade. Trees across
If you’ve been outside lately, you might have noticed some caterpillars on the branches and leaves of your trees. Orange-Striped Oakworms look exactly how they
2 Signs Your Trees Aren’t Being Cared For
Giving your trees regular maintenance keeps them healthy and also gives your management company plenty of time to catch diseases and parasites before they start
It’s a Jungle Out There!
Scott Carlson, one of the Schneider Tree Care Arborists in Greenville, South Carolina, has been hearing a lot of statements like, “My place looks like
Keeping Your Shrubs Healthy
With winter well behind us and summer’s warmth upon us, we can now focus on the enjoyment of the outdoors. Shrubs can enhance the environment
What’s Eating Your Dogwood Tree?
Dogwood Anthracnose Actually, we’re not talking about an insect! Right now, many Dogwood trees are being affected by a fungal disease known as Dogwood Anthracnose. Dogwood
Emerald Ash Borer is Moving South
Emerald Ash Borer is moving South, just like Lebron James is moving West. Sadly, they bring no titles or rings; only destruction comes along with
Getting to the Root of Your Tree Problem
What Can Happen to Your Trees After A Heavy Rain? Storm damage includes more than physical damage. All of the leaves scattered across your yard,
Keep Your Trees Hydrated In the Summer
There are many factors that can add stress to a tree or shrub. Common ones that we talk about a lot are insects and tree
Don’t Let Landscapers Top Your Trees
Sometimes trees grow too large. Over the course of decades and centuries, a tree can grow too close to the edge of a building or