Signs You Have Gophers And How To Get Rid Of Them

Posted on: 25 August 2016

If you notice that you have little furry creatures running around in your yard, you might wonder if you have moles or gophers. They can both be destructive to your lawn, cause problems, and take a lot of time to get rid of.  Signs You Have Gophers One way that you can tell that you have gophers is if the mounds that you are seeing look like they are shaped like horseshoes or crescents.
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Busting 2 Myths About Gutter Maintenance

Posted on: 29 July 2016

Roof gutters play an essential role in protecting your home from the elements. By diverting rainwater and melting snow from the roof and foundation, gutters can help prevent your shingles and ensure that water doesn't spill off and ruin your foundation. Routine maintenance and proper installation is essential to getting your gutters to work properly. Unfortunately, there are many myths about gutters that can misguide you and prevent your gutters from being the best they can be.
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4 Reasons To Hire Professional Tree Removal Services

Posted on: 6 July 2016

If you have trees in your yard that need to be removed, you may be wondering whether you can attempt to remove them yourselves or if you have to hire a professional. Even if your trees are fairly small, there are a few reasons why professional services are usually the best idea.  1. Tree Roots Can Spread Deceptively Deep Not only can tree roots spread deep, but they can also become entwined with other things.
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4 Reasons You Must Hire Professionals For Tree Removal

Posted on: 14 June 2016

At some point, you may need to remove a tree on your property either because it is causing problems with the foundation of your home, it is unsightly, or it has the potential to cause damage to your property or a neighbor's. Whatever the case, it's important that you hire professionals for the job. Here are four reasons why: Prevent Damage to Your Property: When you attempt to remove the tree on your property on your own, there is a risk that you are not utilizing the saw correctly.
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