Eco-Friendly Yard Waste Removal

Eco-Friendly Yard Waste Removal

Preparing Your Garden for the New Year As the new year beckons, it’s the perfect time to rejuvenate your garden, and what better way to start than with eco-friendly yard waste removal? At American Tree & Lawn Services, we’re advocates for sustainable...
Tips for Pruning Your Trees in the Fall

Tips for Pruning Your Trees in the Fall

When we think of fall, many of us envision images of warm drinks and fuzzy blankets. Yet, it’s also a pivotal time for tree maintenance. Properly pruning your trees during this season can be a game-changer in ensuring their longevity, safety, and vibrant growth...
Should You Water Your Trees In The Winter?

Should You Water Your Trees In The Winter?

One of the most common questions we get in the winter is whether homeowners should be watering their trees during the colder months. While many trees go dormant during the winter and lose all of their leaves, many important processes are happening within the tree and...
Mistletoe is Not So Great for Your Trees

Mistletoe is Not So Great for Your Trees

Even though we have made it through the holidays, you may still notice some remnants of the season, namely in your trees. One type of holiday décor that tends to stick around for much longer than invited is Mistletoe. While Mistletoe can bring color and fun to the...
Pruning in the Winter: How It’s Done

Pruning in the Winter: How It’s Done

Many homeowners think that pruning during the winter is unnecessary due to the slowed growth and lack of leaves found on many trees during the colder months. In reality, this is one of the best times of year to do your pruning. Without leaves, you can get a good view...
Tips For Hiring a Snowplow Service

Tips For Hiring a Snowplow Service

Shoveling snow is something many of us have had to do at one point in our life, whether it was our driveway, sidewalk, or other outdoor space. It is a chore many come to dread after spending hours outside in the cold, shoveling scoop after scoop of snow, and slowly...