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You call it your thinking stump. We call it a pain in the butt to mow around. It may be time for a stump grinding. http://bit.ly/2qvOUaF
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Do your trees have any of these signs? It may be time for a tree removal. Learn more about signs here - http://bit.ly/2prEztk
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Print this list out and hang it up in your garage, shed, or kitchen. Check the items off when you're done and you'll have a yard worthy of any magazine in no time! And feel free to share with anyone you think would find this list useful! http://bit.ly/2pCZNYs
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Rejoice Spring is here! Here's a rundown on what you should prioritize to keep the yard looking its best this Spring http://bit.ly/2nmofwO
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Happy ‪#‎EarthDay‬! Is it really any surprise that it may be our favorite day of the year? We don't think we'd be able to live without scenes like this!
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It's that time of year again. Don't let that unsightly tree in your yard dampen your Spring joy. We'll remove it quick and painlessly. http://bit.ly/1BarV0k
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From the Blog: Spring Yard Maintenance - http://modo.ly/1D56QtV

"Spring is upon us! If you’re a proud homeowner, there is nothing more rewarding than having a beautiful, healthy landscape to enhance your home."
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If a tree needs removal it doesn't mean you can't use the remains. Here are some fantastic, creative ways to reuse old tree stumps. http://bit.ly/1uU4Rjm
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New Blog: Lawn Fertilizer & Treatments: 

"Aside from a few frigid days, and a heavy snow or two, the peak of winter still hasn't hit us too hard yet (thankfully), but we are past our Pre-Winter lawn treatment period. What does this mean for us as a tree and landscaping company? It puts our seasonal fertilizer and treatment packages into perspective, and gives us a good opportunity to overview what we’re up to!"

http://bit.ly/1ENyNnk
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