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Are Your Trees Damaged From Winter? | Blog | Front Range Arborists

There is the possibility your trees may have suffered from more than just the cold. You can look for telltale indications that trees are browning, which may point to a condition known as “winter injury.” There are a number of plant and tree species that can be affected by winter injury. Understanding what to look… Read More


Prepare Your Trees for Winter | Blog | Front Range Arborists

They can help lower your heating and cooling costs, provide food and habitat for wildlife, and even add value to your home. So, it is important to include them in your winter preparation plan. Winter can wreak havoc on your beautiful trees. Take these simple precautions to help them weather the harsh cold, snow, and… Read More


When to Water Your Trees | Blog | Front Range Arborists

It can be tricky to know when your trees need water and when they’ve had enough. Moisture needs vary from tree to tree, as no two are alike. If you have questions about when to water your trees, you are not alone. Our team at Front Range Arborists is sharing their expert tips to help… Read More


Hire Certified Arborists for Tree Care | Blog | Front Range Arborists

When it comes to pruning and caring for your trees, who are you going to hire? There are a number of reasons that professional arborists become certified. When you hire someone to care for your trees, you will want to ensure they took the time to learn their trade through the pursuit of certified qualifications.… Read More


Signs Your Tree’s Health Is Declining | Blog | Front Range Arborists

You may not have the training and skills to diagnose the health of a tree, but if you see there is a problem, it may be time to hire a certified arborist. When you notice health issues with your trees, it is important to take quick action to seek the necessary treatment. Your trees’ health… Read More


Options for Preserving Your Trees Near Walkways | Blog | Front Range Arborists

One of the main areas where conflicts exist is with trees that are near sidewalks. Swale trees, such as the live oak, need a lot of space for the trunk and root system to spread out. The more mature the tree becomes, the greater the risk of experiencing issues with roots spreading too close to… Read More


Tips to Protect Your Trees During the Summer | Blog | Front Range Arborists

Younger trees, especially, need tender loving care because they haven’t yet established strong root systems to withstand harsh weather conditions and lack of water. There are a number of serious consequences which can arise from a tree not receiving the sustenance it needs; including hungry insects moving in for the feast. These trees need human… Read More


Bug Defense Tips | Tree Health Blog | Front Range Arborists

Welcome Spring… It’s been a dry winter! For trees, it’s not good because lack of moisture is stressful. Drought stress predisposes trees to borers and bark beetles. Right now, these secondary opportunistic insects are flying and searching out stressed trees to attack. As always, good cultural practices are the first line of defense – especially… Read More


How To Keep Your Trees Healthy | Front Range Arborists

To help keep your tree growing healthy, you can prune them during the winter and summer. Remove any noticeable deadwood, smaller branches, and anything that may harm the tree. This, however, can be very time consuming. By hiring a tree trimming service, like Front Range Arborists, you will ensure that your trees health is well taken care of without wasting any of your time.… Read More


When to Trim Fruit Trees | Colorado | Front Range Arborists

Early and regular tree pruning enhances the health and appearance of your fruit trees, and the fruit they bear. When a tree is not properly trimmed, it is more susceptible to disease, and limb breakage due to storms or the strain of fruit load. The sooner in the life of your trees you begin to “train” them with routine pruning, the healthier they’ll be throughout their lifespan. … Read More