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What To Do With Overgrown Trees

Homeowners that closely tend their landscapes will always ensure their trees and plants have plenty of space to grow and take root, but there are often times when you’ll notice one or more of your trees over-growing. Signs of overgrowth include a large and messy...

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SBA Disaster Relief Assistance

Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, small businesses and homeowners have been deeply affected by it and are facing tremendous hardships. Timber Works Tree Care in Northern VA understands this is a challenge, but we can overcome it together. As we’ve been...

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Problems with Trees

Every tree experiences problems, like disease or overgrowth, throughout their lifetime and pinpointing them sooner can lengthen their lifespan. At Timber Works Tree Care, our experienced arborists specialize in finding signs of tree decay and disease, as we implement...

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Save Energy with Fast-Growing Shade Trees in Northern VA

A growing trend among homeowners is trying to find ways to make their homes more sustainable and energy-efficient. One of the newest ways is by modifying their landscape, particularly in making smart use of tree type and placement. We at Timber Works Tree Care know...

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Impact of COVID-19 on the Tree Care Industry

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many states in the US have put “non-essential” businesses on lockdown. Fortunately, the 2,300 tree care firms in the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) and the thousands of members of the International Society of Arboriculture...

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The Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine in Winchester, VA

Recently, an invasive species has been making its way through Pennsylvania and was spotted in Winchester, VA. The Spotted Lanternfly is a major problem due to the fact that it’s attacking Ailanthus, apples, and grapes - some of which are very popular in the Virginia...

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