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Recycling

ArborScape is leading the way with green recycling. Due to global warming, pollution, and lack of landfill space, ArborScape has teamed up with various local businesses. To do its part, all of our debris is 100% recycled, whether it is used for mulch or compost. All debris is recycled at Mountain States Wood Recyclers, Inc. Recycled materials are

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Winter Rates Begins

It’s been great saving our Highlands Ranch customers money on their tree removal and trimming work in 2019. Just a reminder that winter rates are here! Get a quote on winter tree trimming today! If you haven’t scheduled that tree trimming or tree removal you’ve been meaning to do, this winter may be a great

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Hazardous tree in your yard

With the extreme summer weather season upon us, it may be time to look at your trees or your neighbors to get a feel for which one’s maybe potential toppers. Here are some of the signs to look for below. Sometimes we get asked what to do if we think a neighbor’s tree has become

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A cavity in my tree

The real question: My mom has an old oak that has developed a cavity between two roots that is hollowed out into the tree and is holding water. Can I fill this in with soil and cause no problems? Should I fill it with something else- foam? Should I leave alone?  Answer: We get a

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Removing a Tree Branch

Steps for sawing off a tree branch: About one or two feet from the trunk, make an undercut one-third of the way up through the bottom of the branch. Your saw will get pinched if you cut too far up. Make your second cut completely through the branch from the top side, about three inches

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Lawn Watering Tip

How much should I water my lawn and trees in Highlands Ranch and Littleton? How many times per week and for how long should I water? What time of day is optimal for the best water absorption in the soil, grass, and trees? These are all questions to think about as property owners, and below

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Impress Your Neighbor

Summary: Here is what you can expect for your trees and yard in 2018. The services we provide make sure your trees and lawn are healthy but to a level that your neighbors are also impressed.  We are looking forward to the 2018 growing season. As we move into April,  ArborScape is now the largest

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Japanese Beetle Expected

One insect, 300 target plants. That’s the reality when dealing with Japanese beetles (JP), especially in boom years, like the one predicted in 2017. This half-inch beetle with a voracious appetite prefers rose plants and linden trees but has been observed defoliating over 300 different types of plant and tree species.Warming Front Range soils are

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Emerald Ash Borer Awareness

To generate awareness of this devastating pest, ArborScape Denver Tree Service will be posting information about EAB online throughout the week. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, or connect with us below for the latest updates, news, and tips. What is Emerald Ash Borer? Emerald ash borer is a non-native borer that attacks all North American

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