1. The Leaves Of Change

    What is it that we are supposed to say right now? Oh that’s right, It is that time of year again, the trees are budding, the grass is greening up and the birds are chirping. This statement is written by thousands of people every season and as readers, we are left with the assumption that, year aft…Read More

  2. Get Your North Carolina Seasoned Hardwood Before Christmas

    In Mooresville, many of us have fireplaces but for the majority of the year they go unused. Just another orifice in your home that sucks energy into the atmosphere and is often blamed for higher energy costs. Fireplaces by nature are extremely inefficient and many are switching to natural gas, and t…Read More

  3. What is Camping Without Firewood?

    Say you are going camping. Many of us in Mooresville enjoy camping in the summer and our area makes it easy to get away for the weekend. The options are almost endless when it comes to figuring out where to camp around here; from the lake to the hills, the area has whatever you need. The most import…Read More

  4. Darn Leaves

    As you may have noticed, at Tree Tech Tree Service, we are really into trees. We prefer to keep our local trees alive and happy. As certified arborists we are committed to maintaining the health of the trees in the Mooresville area. Trees are such amazing creatures and they provide us with wood, sha…Read More

  5. Get Your Firewood Now!

    What is winter in North Carolina without a big roaring fire? It is like a rite of the season to take wood and light it on fire, ideally in a controlled environment. The tradition of fire is ancient and the guy who discovered fire, undoubtedly has a stick figure painted of him in a cave somewhere. I …Read More

  6. Ghost Stories and Monsters

    The North Carolina woods are alive this time of year—the deer and turkey hunting seasons are underway. Somewhere out there, a couple of bucks are battling it out for the affections of a pretty little doe. Turkeys are strutting with full plumage on display to entice the indifferent hens into believ…Read More

  7. The Emerald Ash Borer

    A scourge is marching its way across the country, a tree-killing machine that is decimating swaths of native trees in North Carolina and beyond. Vast tracts dead trees are constant reminders that the emerald ash borer has been introduced into the area. But what is this invasive bug that has everyone…Read More

  8. Uses For Your Wood Chips

    You finally had that tree removed and now all that remains is a pile of wood chips in your backyard—you’re at a crossroads. Do you save the wood chips and use them for your benefit? Or do you ask the professionals at Tree Tech to collect the chips and have them delivered to someone else? Either …Read More

  9. Don’t Let That Stump Get You Down

    So your favorite old maple did not make it through yet another winter. The old, stoic giant finally felled by a combination of scars, weather and age. The branches may have split down the trunk or the canopy might have toppled over in a dramatic final bow. Either way, after the shock wears off, you …Read More

  10. The Hidden Dangers of Decay

    Last time we talked about first aid you can perform on your trees in the event of a storm or high winds. In order to keep your trees healthy, care must be taken when assessing damage, and a quick response is key. The number one thing to remember when dealing with any tree related damage is the possi…Read More