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Good Trees for a Treehouse

  • 16 September 2019
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The chance to build a treehouse on their property is the chance to realize a childhood dream for many people. For adults, looking for the next creative project for their home, a treehouse is a great challenge and rewarding experience to build. For children growing up, a treehouse is the perfect place to spend the summer. 

If you decide to build a treehouse, there are some things to consider, first. Often, homeowners rush into building their tree house without a

To Prune or Not to Prune? That IS the Question.

  • 7 December 2018
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So WHEN is the best time to prune my cherry tree in the San Jose area?

As California residents get into the fall and winter, most gardeners start to think about pruning fruit trees. It is easier to see the branch structure of the tree as it is most visible when the leaves have fallen. The wintertime, is considered, the traditional time to prune deciduous trees. This is true for many shade and fruit trees. BUT, for some

Fallen Tree Dangles Over Apartment Building

  • 23 February 2017
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The San Francisco Bay Area has been experiencing extreme rain patterns for the past couple of weeks. We have been dealing with many issues with trees uprooting and leaving some people without a home due to the tree falling on top of the roof. Luckily, no one has been hurt in any of our instances. On Tuesday afternoon on February 21st 2017, Anderson's Tree Care Specialists received the kind of emergency call we dread: an 88-foot redwood in a park

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