WEATHER ALERTHelping your lawn during water restrictions
Swingle Landscape Care Consultant, Tony Hahn, spoke with 7NEWS to provide an update on the freeze damage we are still seeing from the November freeze of 2014. Some trees did not survive while others are struggling or weren’t affected at all. Unfortunately, due to the amount of dead trees, it could take anywhere from 5-8 weeks to remove depending on the size of the tree.
Tony Hahn spoke with 7NEWS regarding an update on the November freeze.
Between the damage from the freeze and the growth from the wet spring, this is a great time to have your trees and shrubs pruned and inspected. Take advantage of a free consultation from the experts at Swingle.