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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


The Dos and Don’ts of Tree Pruning | Blog | Front Range Arborists

You may think that your arborist is carrying out simple maintenance when, in reality, he or she is following the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standard for tree pruning. The distinction between an arborist who follows these standards and one who doesn’t is important. Hacking away trees without any attention to measurements and technique could… Read More


Pruning Your Trees and Shrubs | Blog | Front Range Arborists

On the aesthetic side of pruning, we prune plants for fruit and/or flower production. To maintain a desired shape, such as a hedge, or to maintain a special form for a plant, such as a bonsai tree. Appearance in a landscape is essential to a plants usefulness. It raises property values, as well as providing a great looking landscape to enjoy a home. … Read More


Safety Tips Around Tree Pruning | Front Range Arborists

By maintaining your trees’ health, you’ll avoid the inevitable tree removal. However, pruning trees can take a lot of time and can cause safety hazards while working. To avoid this, we’re giving you some safety tips to help when you are pruning your trees. Some of the main reasons you’ll need to prune your tree is to keep the shape of it to avoid any hazards to surrounding elements and your home.… Read More


Tips for Watering in Winter | Front Range Arborists

A well-kept landscape adds beauty and character to a home. You’ve invested a lot of time and TLC in cultivating the natural ambience of your surroundings into the unique environment it is. At times, however, your efforts aren’t supported by nature itself. Dry winter air, lack of precipitation and drought conditions rob your vegetation of the moisture they need to survive.… Read More