What’s The Best Time of Year to Trim a Tree?

Spring is the most beautiful season here in the Mid-South. Everywhere you look, the grass is getting greener, the landscapes are looking brighter, and baby buds are peeking out from every tree limb. While those limbs look beautiful swaying in the wind, this is actually a great time of year to talk about pruning them! Read More

Why You Shouldn’t Plant Trees Too Close To Your Home

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Your home is a special place, and the right combination of shrubs, plants, and trees can bring that same feeling into your yard. A thoughtful landscape provides a beautiful, relaxing environment, but if you put the wrong thing in the wrong place, you could be dealing with a headache instead of a peaceful haven! As Read More

When (And How) To Trim Your Trees And Shrubs

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Although it may not seem like it, winter is actually an ideal time to prune most trees and shrubs. Even in the relatively mild Mid-South winters, most woody plants are dormant, which means there’s less chance of disease and insects invading your pruning cuts. Now that almost all the leaves have fallen, it’s much easier Read More

Storm Damage Cleanup Tips

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Severe storms can happen any time here in the Mid-South. Our biggest storm season is in the spring, with a second one in early winter, but we’ve seen damage-producing storms in just about every month of the year before. Memphis and its surrounding communities also happen to be heavily populated by trees, and when you Read More

Ten Reasons to Remove a Tree

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Trees lend a beauty to our yards that smaller plants do not. They create shade for a more pleasant time outside and attract wildlife which adds to our overall enjoyment. Trees become part of our family, creating memories as they are always there in pictures and images in our minds (tire swings and treehouses, parties in Read More

Why You Should Remove A Tree Stump

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Deciding to have a tree removed from your property is not always a tough decision. In fact, as long as you have a professional team like Red’s Tree Service handle the project for you, the actual removal of the tree is the easy part. Where it starts to get tricky is when you have to Read More

Steps to Safely Removing a Tree

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Having a tree cut down and removed from your home or business may seem like an easy task for an individual, But there are many factors you should take in to consideration. The location of the tree, the health, size and potential hazards must be considered. Every year people get hurt and some are killed Read More

Tree Roots Damaging Your Home

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You love your tree. It looks great in your front yard and provides much needed shade for your house, or maybe your favorite tree is the one the kids have decided to build a treehouse in out back. While we all love these gentle giants, trees can pose certain risks to your home. If not Read More

Signs of a Dying Tree

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From buildings to paper, trees are an important part of our everyday life, so it is not surprising that we have a stronger connection to trees than almost any other plant. The death of a flower may go unnoticed, but a dying tree is something we find alarming and sad.  Just as other organisms do, Read More

Winter Tree Tips

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Here at Red’s Tree Service, we know all about trees and their health during winter months, so don’t hesitate to give us a call! Here are a few tips and warning signs to keep your trees healthy all winter long. Be ready for winter weather You will want to cable, brace or prune any limbs Read More