It's that time of year again! Landscapes are brightening up thanks to the beautiful blooms and green leaves that come with warmer weather. We can all reap the benefits of the farmers markets opening back up, longer days, slower sunsets, and summer vacations! We feel extremely fortunate to be reminded [...]
Hi! This is Patrick George, the founder & proprietor of Heartwood Tree Service since 1979. Back in February of 2017 we introduced you to the looming threat of the Emerald Ash Borer, (EAB). We found it first up Highway 16 on the hiking trails around the Sally YMCA in [...]
As we continue to navigate the spread and uncertainty of COVID-19, we have learned that safety in our culture is paramount. The Heartwood safety culture encompasses everything that we do to serve our community and is constantly evolving to reflect hazards that we face in the field everyday. As providers [...]
In the Asheville area it is common that homeowners request the services of a Certified Arborist to vista prune trees in order to improve their view of the ridgelines and valleys. There are different techniques that are used when vista pruning; reduction pruning, selectively thinning interior growth, canopy elevation, and [...]
Preparing for months to come we know you’ve heard us talk about the Emerald Ash Borer for the past few years now. There is obvious evidence around our area of the decline of ash trees, especially those not treated. In areas where the EAB has not yet caused obvious damage, [...]
During the Spring of 2020, our most requested tree service was tree swing installation. We couldn’t have been more thrilled, because as tree preservationists, we acknowledge that the children who would spend their time swinging from the branches would become the tree stewards of the future. That's our goal at [...]
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