Three Reasons to Invest in Tree Trimming Services This Spring

Improve the Natural Landscape Around Your Property Why Use Tree Trimming Services This Spring? Are you considering using a professional tree trimming service in Chestnut Hill in Philadelphia, PA or any of the surrounding areas? Springtime is the perfect time of the year for landscapers to remove unwanted branches and overgrown shrubbery that may have […]

Spring Dreaming: 4 Signs That Spring is Around the Corner

After months of cold weather, homeowners across the Philadelphia region are patiently waiting for spring to show its face. While we still have a few weeks of winter left, there are some telltale signs that spring will arrive shortly, but you’ll miss them if you don’t know what to look for. As Philadelphia, PA’s top […]

Get Your Trees Ready for Spring!

You might have flowers on the mind because spring is approaching, but what about your trees? It’s also important to take care of them for not only their beauty but also their health. As your local tree experts serving Philadelphia, PA, and the surrounding area, check out our video!

3 Reasons Why Homeowners Turn to Liberty Tree & Landscape Management

  When it comes to maintaining the appearance and beauty of your front, back and side yards, it is important to depend on a landscaping company you can trust. As the top tree surgeons in Montgomery County and the surrounding area, we here at Liberty Tree & Landscape Management have been able to help homeowners […]

How to Protect Your Home’s Trees from Winter Weather

Snow and ice, coupled with heavy winds, can lead to broken and damaged trees. Evergreens and “clump trees” (such as maple and birch trees) are particularly vulnerable. To keep your landscape in great shape this winter, keep these tips in mind: Start with Winter Pruning It’s best to remove weak and damaged branches before a […]

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