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There are many reasons to hiring a professional for trimming and pruning jobs. You may not have enough time and don’t want to spend your weekend doing yard work. The scope of the project may be too large to accomplish in a timely manner. Or you may lack the skill or equipment to complete theRead More
Often times it is difficult to imagine how large newly planted shrubs will become over the coming years. Homeowners usually plant shrubs and small trees too close together, too close to their house or in a location that is too small once the plants grow. Once the shrubs have been planted, they are sometimes leftRead More
Pruning shrubs, trees and perennials is important in maintaining the scale of your landscape areas. Proper and scheduled pruning/trimming help keep shrubs healthy and prevent problems from occuring. Properly pruned flowering shrubs not only blossom season after season, but also remain a desirable size in your landscape. Keeping your landscape trees trimmed up is vital toRead More
Are you registered with the state? Do you have liability and worker’s comp insurance? Does your company pay taxes? How long have you been in business? Do you have references? In the past week, while looking at potential jobs and talking with customers, these questions were asked of me quite a few times. I absolutely lovedRead More
You ever try and contact a company to perform work on your property and they don’t respond? You email, call and text and you just hear the crickets. I always wonder why this happens so much in the lawn care industry. Companies take the time to build websites, pass out flyers and post stuff onRead More
The lawn care industry gets a bad reputation from some people and companies that promise things to get the job/contract and then neglect to follow through on them. This happens much to often and leaves a bad taste in customer’s mouths. When a new custmomer contacts Branching Out Shrub Trimming, the first thing we asked isRead More