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arborist tools

Our Arborists’ toolbox is the work truck. Since most of our equipment doesn’t actually fit inside of your average toolbox, we have a lot of equipment to haul. Learn about the most important tools we use every single day. Chainsaw The most obvious…a chainsaw! It is the most common tool that is used by arborists… Read More


As an arborist, there are many tricks you learn to tie knots that get you through every job. Knot tying is a tool that all arborists carry in their mental toolbox to ensure safety on the job at all times. Take a look at some of the most popular ones we use. These knots also… Read More


Tips for Watering in Winter | Front Range Arborists

Trees aren’t just beautiful addition to anyone’s yard, they also have added benefits like cleaner air, shade, and privacy, and possibly the production of fruit. Trees need nurturing care to live and continue to thrive. It’s possible to both overwater and underwater a tree. Your tree needs water, but there various signs that you may… Read More


Why Mulch is Important | Winter Tree Care | Front Range Arborists

Money really does grow on trees! By being strategic about the trees you decide to plant or remove, they can save and make you more money in the long run. Did you know? A tree in the front of a house increases the home’s sales price by an average of $7,100. Now, if that tree… Read More


Know When It's Time to Remove a Tree | Blog | Front Range Arborists

Knowing when it is time to let go of a tree can be a really tough decision, but it is something we advise you to take care of immediately when you notice it. The bigger the tree gets, the more expensive its problems become. Major reasons people are hesitant to remove their trees is due… Read More


How to Fertilize your Tree Before you get started fertilizing your trees, there is no need to remove any mulch to start fertilizing. Always be mindful not to over-fertilize by scattering it too close to the trunk or by using too much. It is necessary to fertilize throughout the entire root system. In general, the… Read More


Do you remember running around when you were a kid, looking for trees to climb? You would begin your ascent then soon realize all of your fingers are stuck together and your clothes are ruined. You leaned in closely to see that the tree was leaking something that looked like pancake syrup. That’s tree sap!… Read More


flowering trees in colorado

Wherever you live, there are certain plants and trees that are a good fit for the climate and others that would not last long. Some areas of Colorado, such as Denver, are known for their history of droughts. Therefore, not just any tree will do to plant in certain areas of Colorado. You would need… Read More


plant a tree for arbor day

Arbor Day was created to encourage people to plant trees. National Arbor Day is always the same every year, the last Friday in April. Although worldwide, Arbor Day is celebrated on a day that correlates to the best time of the year to plant a tree. Planting a tree can have many positive effects on… Read More


certified arborist

You’ve probably heard of a Gardner or Landscaper- but an Arborist is usually not in the average household vocabulary. The reality is that Arborists are actually tree professionals, and they are required to have extensive certifications that have to be renewed. Arborists are trained professionals who have studied how to plant, maintain, care, and diagnose… Read More