Whether you spent hours driving across the country or were the host of this year’s festivities, there’s a good chance you chose to spend time with your family enjoying the holiday this past weekend. One thing that happens to me every time I go home this time of year is I bounce around and visit multiple relatives’ homes. One thing I take notice of is the design of my friends and family’s backyards. I really do appreciate a well-thought-out layout concerning the landscape of a home. You would be surprised how some of the most minor changes to things, such as adjusting your tree line, clearing array branches, and removing dead or dying trees, can affect your yard’s appearance.
Most people often overlook the opportunity that winter brings to recreate the design of your back yard, and before you know it your calendar is filled spring/summer events. During peak yard usage times it can be difficult to plan time for the renovations youve been planning, this is why I recommend starting your plans sooner rather then later. Here are a few different ways that you can muster that post-thanksgiving yard inspiration and spice up the look of your home:
1. Removing Dead Trees From Your Property:
The first way you can go about sprucing up your backyard space is to see if any dead or dying trees on your property could be removed. Dying trees can be an eyesore and even spread disease to other plant life. Luckily, this is something Six Diamonds Tree Services has plenty of experience with. First, we will remove any diseased, infested, or potentially dangerous trees that may be impacting the safety of your family and property. Then, our expert crew will leave the area clean as if we had never been there.
2. Pruning Your Trees & Shrubs:
The second way you can clean up your land is by pruning trees and shrubs that may have become overgrown. When purchasing your home, was there a view that once caught your eye, now obstructed by dense tree branches? Have the once beautiful trees on the side of your home become overgrown and unsightly? Pruning uncontrolled tree growth can add new layers to your lawn. Lawncare professionals recommend pruning trees, shrubs, and hedges not only for appearance but to maintain healthy growth and address safety concerns. This helps avoid the spread of disease by removing infected branches, preventing further damage to the tree. Pruning can include taking out thin growth and removing suckers (stems growing up from the roots). In addition, pruning allows for airflow and light, which prevents fungus and other potential plant health issues.
3. Wood / Brush / Land Clearing:
Clearing unwanted overgrowth from your property is the final method I recommend to revamp your backyard this holiday season. Are you looking to clean up an overgrown property? Is there a new project you’ve been planning for your backyard, but there’s too much brush? Overgrowth in parts of your lawn is natural; it happens to us all! Though the thought of dealing with this can seem overwhelming, it’s one of the necessary first steps for any big project. Six Diamonds Tree Services and Landscaping Inc. will cut down and remove the wood, brush, and surface roots. Then, we will manicure your lawn to highlight the beauty of your property.
With the next holiday gathering coming up right around the corner, it may be time for some backyard improvements. We work all winter long & look forward to helping you with your tree service needs! So, contact us today for an inquiry into your next landscaping project. Fully licensed & insured. Over 25 years of experience in our community. Free, no-obligation estimates: (845) 878-7888. Service areas include Western, CT; Dutchess County, NY; Orange County, NY; Putnam County, NY; Westchester County, NY; Ulster County, NY.