cabling and bracing

18 Aug 2017
Four Signs Your Trees Need Maintenance Work

Four Signs Your Trees Need Maintenance Work

From afar, trees can appear in good health and relatively stable. However, a closer inspection can reveal problems ranging from the minor to the urgent, but many property owners don't look at their trees close enough to notice until it's too late and damage is done. The main issues are that property owners don't know to look at their trees on a regular basis, they don't know what signs to look for, or how to handle the issues they discover.

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20 Nov 2015
What To Look For When Leaves Fall From Your Trees

What To Look For When Leaves Fall From Your Trees

Fall weather means the arrival of cooler temperatures, the return of seasonal décor, and the falling of tree leaves all across the city. Although falling leaves can be a nuisance for residential and commercial property owners to deal with, the bare spots they leave behind can reveal many significant factors and warning signs about tree health. In today's blog post, we'll discuss the top three things to look for when tree leaves begin falling from your residential or commercial property trees.

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13 Nov 2015
How Can Soil Hurt My Trees?

How Can Soil Hurt My Trees?

When a tree or lawn begins to decline in health and in growth, commercial property owners often scramble to determine the cause. Some might suspect poor watering, insect infestations, or hidden damages. Although these three can lead to poor growth for lawns and trees, a common culprit often overlooked by commercial property owners is poor soil health.

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28 Aug 2015
How To Protect Your Trees From Severe Weather

How To Protect Your Trees From Severe Weather

A person only needs to be in Houston a short period of time to discover that the city's weather can change in an instant, from hot and humid to cool and dry in just a matter of minutes. In addition to frequent weather changes, Houston is also vulnerable to drought, hurricanes, tropical storms, and other severe weather conditions. With a hurricane season that runs through November 30th, Houstonians have several more months of watching the tropics for signs of approaching severe weather.

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08 May 2015
The Dangers of Unsafe Trees, Part Two

The Dangers of Unsafe Trees, Part Two

Some of the most important assets on our property are the healthy and vibrant shade trees we enjoy. In our previous blog post, we discussed how trees on residential and commercial properties could become unsafe over time, either because of disease, damage, or uneven growth. In part two in our series on unsafe trees, we'll focus on specifically how unsafe trees can threaten people, vehicles, and nearby property.

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23 Dec 2014
Cabling and bracing services from Embark can help protect unstable trees and uneven limbs from causing property damage, personal injuries, or tree death.

Three Ways Cabling and Bracing Trees Can Save Money

Owning a residential or commercial property is an important investment, so property owners are often eager to protect their property health, beauty and value, especially for properties with shade trees. Cabling and Bracing is a tree care service that preserves tree health and helps property owners realize tremendous financial savings on a long-term basis. In today's blog post, we'll explain the Cabling and Bracing process, and three ways it can save property owners money.

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09 Dec 2014
This cottonwood tree is suffering from a tree disease that threatens its stability and has created a liability issue for property owners.

Are My Trees An Asset or Liability?

Although trees are typically considered an asset on commercial or residential properties, a number of factors can transform these assets into liabilities for property owners. Property owners that leave hazardous or sick trees on their property for too long take a risk of suffering property damages, personal injuries and high liability costs down the road. It's important for property owners to be aware of tree issues so they can make informed decisions and protect their property investment.

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31 Jan 2014
Icy weather can negatively impact trees, landscape gardens and lawns.

How Does Icy Weather Impact Trees, Lawns and Gardens?

The Houston area has been experiencing Arctic blasts that bring the region below-freezing temperatures, high winds and icy weather. Although the ice accumulations are not heavy and the cold weather does not stay long, their impact on our local trees, gardens and plants can be significant. To ensure the health and vitality of residential and commercial properties, it is important to have Certified Arborists and Landscape Professionals evaluate trees, landscape gardens and turf to assess damage.

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07 Jan 2014
Embark's landscape and tree services help give homeowners and business property owners back valuable time.

How To Get More Time For Your Business

In the busyness of everyday life, Houstonians often find themselves pulled in multiple directions in a given day, or have several things competing for their time and attention. For many business owners, the rampant cycle of demands and priorities can often result in project delays or people being ignored. For example, heavy demands for time and attention can lead to lower productivity, decreased sales, lackluster customer service, or poor maintenance of offices or commercial properties.

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11 Oct 2013
Basic landscapers that trim your trees can easily jeopardize the health, beauty and value of your trees because of their lack of experience, tree knowledge and safety procedures.

Does Your Basic Landscaper Also Handle Your Tree Trimming?

In our busy society, people are always looking for new ways to save time or make things more efficient, whether at home, in the workplace or in their personal lives. This is also true of many residential homeowners and commercial property managers that allow basic landscapers to also handle their tree trimming projects for the sole purpose of saving time.

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