Trees add value to your Ohio home. Not only do they offer shade during the hot summer months, but they also have aesthetic value—especially when their leaves turn vibrant orange and red in autumn. You want to protect your trees and take good care of them, and Rice’s Tree Service & Landscaping can help you do just that with three of these tree-care tips. 1. Get rid of dead trees. If you have any trees that have lost their life, it may be time to get rid of them. Dead trees are an eyesore and can also pose a safety hazard to your home due to the possibility of fallen limbs or worse. Plus, these dead trees may have had diseases that you don’t want to spread to your other trees—it’s best to call a tree removal service and get rid of them. 2. Prune lifeless branches. Even healthy trees … Continued
Winters in the greater Cleveland, OH area are no joke. In fact, the average snowfall for the winter months is around 68 inches! That’s a lot of backbreaking snow removal that North Royalton residents have to face in the months ahead. If the thought of snow removal has you wishing for some help, then don’t hesitate to call Rice’s Tree Service & Landscaping.
Most Cleveland-area homeowners don’t think about autumn being a crucial time of year for lawn care. After a summer’s worth of mowing and trimming, you’re probably ready to put away the lawn tools! However, we at Rice’s Tree Service & Landscaping urge you not to give up on your grass just yet. Fall is actually an important time of year for your lawn’s health. When winter hits and grass grows dormant, your lawn needs to be in a healthy state in order to survive the winter and begin thriving when spring rolls around. Our lawn-care team suggests that you prioritize these lawn services to get your lawn healthy before winter hits.
Has it been years since your trees have been trimmed? When tackling a tree pruning project, safety is crucial. Serving North Royalton and surrounding areas, Rice’s Tree Service and Landscaping is knowledgeable about the safety precautions of tree service.