1. Fruit Trees

    How many times have you gone to the grocery store or farmer’s market and bought a fresh bushel of peaches? They are so good at this time of year and you probably find yourself going through a good amount of the delectable fruit. Have you ever thought about growing your own peaches in your own yard…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. 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

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. Practical First Aid for Your Trees

    Our trees are extremely important to us in North Carolina. One of the most beautiful aspects of our state is the deep green of the diverse amount of trees we have in our state. We have oaks, maples, cedars, elms and many more gorgeous trees in our state. It is up to professionals like Tree Tech Tree…Read More

  8. What’s In A (Tree Related) Word?

    Tree pruning may be necessary to maintain a tree, keep it in a safe condition, remove dead branches, promote growth, regulate size and shape, or to improve the quality of flowers, fruit or timber. Improper pruning can lead to trees becoming unsightly, diseased and/or potentially dangerous. It is imp…Read More

  9. What To Do When Your Tree Is Dying

    Original article retrieved from: http://tcia.org/blog/business/what-do-when-your-tree-dying Have you ever heard of the children’s book, The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein? It’s a story about a tree that gives a boy everything it has, such as apples, wood and shade, to make him happy throughout …Read More