To keep your yard and exterior looking its best, you periodically need to have your trees trimmed. Homeowners themselves can do this task, but the risk of personal injury can be very high. It’s best to leave this job for the professionals, like the experts at Rice’s Tree Service and Landscaping. And besides appearance, there are plenty of ways your trees and property will benefit from a trim.
Summer has finally arrived, and you enjoy spending time each day under the shade of your favorite backyard tree. You can’t imagine your property without your favorite tree, so it’s time to call the experts to maintain its integrity. At Rice’s Tree Service & Landscaping, we are your professional tree servicing contacts in the Cleveland area. Let us help with tree trimming, tree removal, and lawn care services to keep your property thriving throughout summer and beyond!
Got a tree issue? You may want to get it removed, but sometimes tree removal is more complicated than you’d think. There’s safety, cleanup, and possible neighbors to consider. But don’t worry—our team at Rice’s Tree Service and Landscaping is highly experienced and knowledgeable in tree removal.However, it is good to be informed of the tree removal process. Below is a list of some of the important things you should think about if you find yourself needing to remove a tree from your property.
At Rice’s Tree Service and Landscaping, we’ve definitely seen our share of dead trees. This is how we know exactly what the signs are when you have a dying tree on your hands. It’s important for all homeowners to know these signs because the sooner you can recognize them, the better. The longer a dying or dead tree is on your property, the bigger problems it can create.Not only are dead trees an eyesore, but they can also spread diseases to other trees; their dead branches can fall and cause damage or injury, and they can attract termites, rats, and other annoying pests. Bottom line: they’re a problem.In case you’re unsure of what to look for, here’s how you can know.Damaged RootsThis isn’t something you can just spot easily—since roots can run very deep into the ground—but one big sign of root problems is an abrupt and noticeable lean to … Continued
Winters in North Royalton, OH, and the surrounding area can be long and brutal! Don’t get stuck after the next big snowfall; make arrangements with Rice’s Tree Service & Landscaping for your snow removal and snow plowing needs this winter.
We love fall in Ohio. The leaves turn beautiful hues of reds, oranges, and yellows, and the air cools down—perfect for hiking or bonfires. Your trees are likely at their most beautiful stage of the year. However, sooner or later, the leaves begin to drop. For the first time in a while, you may begin to notice that some of your trees aren’t fairing so well. Before winter moves in and you’re bombarded with snow and ice, you may want to consider getting those damaged branches or trees removed by Rice’s Tree Service & Landscaping.
It’s official! Fall has arrived! Along with the beautiful fall foliage and the sounds of migratory birds come seasonal yard cleaning and maintenance tasks that just can’t be ignored. Take a look at these tree and lawn care tips, as recommended by the landscaping professionals at Rice’s Tree Service & Landscaping, and then head outside to enjoy the crisp fall air.
Have you ever wondered what you can do to attract more birds, butterflies, and other wildlife to your North Royalton, Ohio yard or garden? The landscaping professionals at Rice’s Tree Service & Landscaping have put together the following helpful tips for those who want to learn more about landscaping for nature, or “naturescaping”.
You’re ready to amp up your Ohio home’s curb appeal with some fresh landscaping and tree trimming. However, you don’t want just anyone. How can you sift through the local landscaping companies to find one who’ll do the job right? While we recommend that you just give us a call at Rice’s Tree Service & Landscaping, we also know you want to do your due diligence. Here’s what we suggest.
Ohio homeowners across the state are rejoicing that winter is finally melting away, and warmer weather is turning everything outdoors green. Maybe you, too, are already dreaming of spending time outside riding bikes, swimming, or having a picnic at the park. However, before things really heat up, give your lawn and landscaping a great start.