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14 Oct 2016
Does My Commercial Property Need Landscape Enhancements?

Does My Commercial Property Need Landscape Enhancements?

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Older companies may find themselves in a place of stagnant growth and instability as they struggle to increase revenue and reach new customers. However, improvements and enhancements to their product or services can greatly improve their business outlook. Many commercial properties operate much in the same way, as a tired and outdated commercial landscape can benefit significantly from property enhancements and improvements. Today's blog post looks at three reasons why a commercial property would be in need of landscape enhancements.

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07 Oct 2016
Diverse Tree and Plant Populations Require Knowledgeable Tree Service Providers

Diverse Tree and Plant Populations Require Knowledgeable Tree Service Providers

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Some regions of the country have a limited number of trees and plants that grow well due to harsh climates or soil issues. However, Texas is home to thousands of plant and tree varieties because of our warmer climate and longer growing season. Because of our region's tree and plant diversity, it is absolutely necessary to make sure that landscape and tree care service providers are able to thoroughly care for all tree and plant varieties within our area.

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30 Sep 2016
A Closer Look At Common Tree Threats: Flooding

A Closer Look At Common Tree Threats: Flooding

Trees in the greater Houston area face a plethora of threats and dangers to their immediate and long-term health. While some tree threats are due to a lack of routine maintenance or poor workmanship from amateur tree crews, a majority of tree threats come directly from Mother Nature. In today's blog post, we take an in-depth look at one of the natural causes of tree damage, which is flooding. We also discuss methods for protecting trees or minimizing tree damages from devastating floodwaters.

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23 Sep 2016
A Closer Look At Common Tree Threats: Lightning Strikes

A Closer Look At Common Tree Threats: Lightning Strikes

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Houston sees its fair share of large and destructive thunderstorms throughout the year, bringing with them high winds, heavy rain, and dangerous lightning. Although most people worry about lightning striking people, homes, or businesses, the reality is that the most common victim of lightning strikes are trees. While a tree might be able to survive a lightning strike, they are usually left severely damaged and might require a complete tree removal down the road.

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16 Sep 2016
How Your Neighbor’s Construction Project Can Harm Your Trees

How Your Neighbor’s Construction Project Can Harm Your Trees

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Even with a national slump in home and commercial development projects, Houston has seen widespread home and commercial construction throughout the city as residents and businesses continue flocking to our region. Although construction projects are great for our city and local economy, they can be a danger for nearby properties and trees. In today's blog post, we'll highlight three specific ways neighboring residential and commercial constructions projects can injure your own trees and property, and what can be done proactively to protect trees from harm or damages.

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09 Sep 2016
Three Ways Overgrown Trees Can Damage Rooftops

Three Ways Overgrown Trees Can Damage Rooftops

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Although trees can grow quite well on their own without much assistance from property owners, many tree varieties benefit from routine tree pruning to help promote health and stability through the years. Unfortunately, overgrown trees that receive little to no proactive tree pruning not only suffer from poor tree stability and beauty, but they can also cause damage to nearby properties. One of the more common types of property damage caused by overgrown trees is roof damage to homes and businesses.

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02 Sep 2016
Three Problems That Occur With Improper Tree Planting

Three Problems That Occur With Improper Tree Planting

Tens of thousands of trees are found throughout the greater Houston area, although some are in better health than others. Inadequate watering, poor soil conditions, or damages from nearby construction or severe weather have led to problems for some of these trees. However, many others are impacted at the very beginning of their life cycle due to improper tree planting.

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26 Aug 2016
How To Keep Your Property Healthy When Water Usage Is Restricted

How To Keep Your Property Healthy When Water Usage Is Restricted

Nearly every year, areas all throughout Gulf Coast region face periods of water usage restrictions when it comes to landscape and tree maintenance. However, just because a neighborhood or locality restricts water usage doesn't mean the property has to suffer or fall into decline because of water restrictions. Today's blog post looks at ways to keep residential and commercial properties beautiful and healthy in spite of water restrictions for tree and landscape watering.

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19 Aug 2016
Four Bad Tree Pruning Mistakes To Avoid

Four Bad Tree Pruning Mistakes To Avoid

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Although trees that grow naturally in forests and large parks need little to no maintenance, trees found on residential or commercial properties need routine maintenance in order to thrive in their more urban and suburban locations. Unfortunately, some trees get the wrong kind of tree maintenance, and they end up weakened and unable to grow to their full potential. In today's blog post, we look at four bad tree pruning mistakes to avoid to help ensure the trees on a commercial or residential property are at their most healthy, stable, and beautiful.

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12 Aug 2016
How LMC Works To Protect The Environment

How LMC Works To Protect The Environment

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Over the last few decades, a growing number of businesses and industries have become increasingly aware of their impact on our environment, and have pursued ways to help protect and preserve our natural resources. Initiatives such as recycling, water conservation, reductions in fossil fuel consumption, and research in alternative fuels and energy sources have soared in popularity. Even smaller changes in business practices can go a long way in positively impacting our local environment and protecting our natural resources for decades and generations to come.

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