For more than a year now we have had only a few inches of rain. Austin and the surrounding areas and even the entire state are experiencing a severe water deficit. And this isn’t getting any better, as harsher watering restrictions come into play. No relief yet What this means is that area trees are under serious stress, …
For years now, as the owner of Central Texas Tree Care here in the Austin area, I have had customer after customer, time and time again, tell me how bad customer service is when dealing with local contractors. Yes, there appears to be a big black cloud of bad customer service hanging over Central Texas. …
If you have an existing tree stump, it doesn’t have to be an unsightly fixture. Discuss with an experienced Austin tree service professional the many creative ways a tree stump can add character to your landscape.
Lacebark pine adds color to a landscape during the dead of winter not through its blooms, but through its trunk. Work with an Austin tree service to learn how to properly display this unique feature and add color to your landscape in the process.
American holly trees are synonymous with the Christmas season, but make a great addition to a landscape all year long. Consult an Austin tree service with questions you may have regarding growing and maintaining a holly tree on your property.
The addition of trees, a privacy fence or both to a landscape can add value to a home. Consult an Austin tree service for assistance with placement of either to avoid problems and maintain a well-preserved landscape.
The environmentally-conscious want to recycle their real Christmas trees after the holiday is over. Work with an Austin tree service to determine ways in which your tree can be put to good use after it leaves your home.
Even regions that don’t typically see severe winter weather are not always entirely immune from it. Work with an Austin tree service and learn ways to help your landscaping trees cope with the perilous weight of snow and ice.