Category: ArborScape News

Ash Destroying Emerald Ash Borer Confirmed

Emerald Ash Borer, a destructive beetle that threatens ash trees was confirmed in Broomfield.  A resident near 136th Avenue and Main St. contacted a city forester after discovering a suspicious insect that was later confirmed as Emerald Ash Borer (EAB). “It’s not shocking that Emerald Ash Borer was found in Broomfield County, given its proximity to […]

Plant A Tree This Arbor Day

There are numerous benefits to planting a tree ranging from environmental to economic benefits.  Many people plant trees for logical reasons while others naturally or subconsciously begin to plant trees on their property without thinking of why. They simply feel it’s the natural thing to do.  Whether you’ve already decided to plant a tree, or […]

8 Books About Trees for Arbor Day

Arbor Day was first observed in 1872 and has traditionally been celebrated the last Friday of April.  A testament to beauty, nature and environmental awareness, trees are the lifeblood of our existence so it makes sense to give them a day to celebrate.  Especially with kids, who are natural born tree huggers, make sure to […]

Grounds Jobs Available at Locally Owned Tree Service

ArborScape, a premier and growing Denver Metro area tree service company, is currently hiring full-time, experienced landscaping and grounds help for the 2019 season.  This is a great opportunity for the right person to move into year-round, full-time landscaping work, and pay commensurate with experience. Preference will be given to landscaping candidates who hold a […]

10% on tree trimming!

One week left for winter rates. Spring is almost here and that means 10% off for winter work will go away.The last day to request an estimate and earn a 10% discount is March 20th.For customers who have already taken advantage of this offer, thank you! You save money and there are 10 arborists who […]

Save 10% on Tree Removal

January 16, 2019 – You can save 10% on tree work when taking advantage of our low-cost winter rates. This could save you hundreds of dollars, especially on large tree removals which can range from $1,000 for an average ornamental, to $4,000 for large cottonwoods. On a deal like that 10% off really adds up! […]

Stressed Out Tree

Winter tree trimming of fruit trees and other species vulnerable to blight such as, crabapple pear peach apple elm hawthorn Trimming of these trees will begin on January 2nd and commence through the end of February. No need to wait for us to reach out to you if you have already received a free estimate […]

Are your Trees Ready for Winter?

Mature trees that haven’t been trimmed in more than 4 years might be vulnerable to broken branches. This is especially true for ash and maple trees. When we address a trim on mature deciduous trees, it’s really the lateral branches or ones that are parallel to the ground, that need to be thinned especially. These are […]

Loveland: Proactive monitoring for EAB

Loveland sets traps to monitor emerald ash borer Each year, for the past seven years, Loveland parks staff have placed traps in strategic areas to monitor whether the emerald ash borer has arrived in the city. Again, 10 traps were being placed Monday. The pest has not been confirmed anywhere in Larimer County, in traps […]

Questions to Ask When Hiring a Tree Services Company

You’re searching to hire a tree service.Amazingly, everyone advertises that no job is too big or too small. They all have great reviews on Yelp. They’re all known for their outstanding customer service. All you have to do is call the first one you find because they all seem uniformly great,  right?Wrong. Believe it or […]