Should You Trim Your Own Trees Utah?

Trimming your own trees in Utah should be pretty easy, right? Well, not necessarily. For some, trimming trees just means cutting off some of the branches you don’t like or think are unhealthy. Some trimming is indeed relatively straightforward, but not all of it is. You can make mistakes that can be difficult or impossible to reverse. Trim Your Own … Read More

Importance of Mulching Trees in Fall

Mulching trees is one of the easiest things you can do to protect them and keep them healthy. While there are certain rules you want to try and follow with mulching, it’s relatively easy for anyone to do. And we think it is especially useful when fall comes around – or even better, before fall, so it really gets a … Read More

Reducing Hazards with Tree Trimming in Utah

Prevent safety hazards with tree trimming in Utah.

Tree trimming and tree pruning can do a lot to help the look and health of your tree. But it’s also useful for reducing hazards the tree might pose. The truth is trees can pose a serious safety risk in certain situations. Tree trimming in Utah is something you should consider if you think a tree poses any risk to … Read More

Your Complete Guide To Tree Trimming & Pruning

Tree trimming

Utah is beautiful, but the desert climate can make growing non-native trees a bit more challenging. That said, planting trees around your home can help increase property value and provide clean air, and beauty. They also help lower the temperature by blocking sunlight and heat, reducing your air conditioning expenses significantly. However, to enjoy all these benefits, you must keep … Read More

Caring for High-Maintenance Trees

Layton Tree Maintenance

Trees are wonderful additions to a landscape. Beautiful and functional, they offer so much for homeowners to appreciate. However, they don’t only give – they also take, as in, take time, energy, and money to care for. Every tree needs some basic maintenance to reach its optimal growth. But some trees require more maintenance than others. Caring for high-maintenance trees … Read More

We Offer Log Milling

Milled White Ash

At Utah Tree Co., we help clients with tree removal in Provo, stump removal in Orem, and other tree services across the surrounding towns and counties. With all that tree removal work, we pick up a lot of quality wood materials. Instead of just discarding them, we try to recycle and reuse them as best we can. One of the ways we … Read More

Did You Know We Will Give You Free Wood Chips?

Free wood chips from Tree Co

Our team at Tree Co. is excited to offer you free chip drop service directly to your home. Wood chips are useful for a variety of Utah landscaping needs, including mulch, soil temperature regulation, and more. Equally important, by using wood chips on your landscape you keep them from going into the landfill. It’s definitely the green way to go.  … Read More

Is Your Tree Ready for the Next Utah Windstorm?

If you have lived in Utah long, you know how intense the windstorms can be. Our state can have hurricane-level winds strong enough to easily topple trees. The healthier the tree, the less likely it is to go down in a windstorm. That’s why our tree specialists encourage all Utah homeowners to keep their trees healthy – not just for beauty, but for safety … Read More

Best Trees to Plant in Utah

Best Trees to plant in Utah Guide

The number of trees that can do well in the Utah climate is limited – but not as limited as you might think. Many homeowner’s and commercial landscapers stick to the old standbys like maples, willows and cottonwoods because they want trees that will survive. But there are other species that will not only survive but thrive here.  Are native … Read More

Top 5 Tips to Care for Utah Trees

Tree care tips in Utah

5 Ways to Care for Your Trees in Utah 1. Keep your roots healthy. It’s easy to forget about tree roots and focus only on what’s above ground. But the roots are the foundation of the tree. The rest of the tree can’t be healthy without healthy roots. Roots need soil that is loose enough to allow grow and aerated … Read More