I SAW THE SIGN

As a property owner, it is your responsibility to be proactive and identify any signs of potential trees hazards, periodically. Many homeowners have called upon Clearview Tree and Land, requesting our certified arborist and/or tree professional to assess and identify present tree hazards. For your convenience, below are some of the signs that homeowners must…

What is a Tree Crotch?

A tree crotch is a pocket located at the bottom of a point of connection, between two or more tree limbs or tree trunks. There are several forms and types of tree crotches that can be identified on various tree species. There are three TYPES of crotches that can be found within both hardwood trees…

The American Sycamore Tree also known as Platanus Occidentalis

Clearview Tree and Land is very knowledgeable and has extensive experience with all tree species. The American Sycamore tree, also know an as Platanus Occidentalis, is a very durable tree, with a fast growth rate. This tree species is native to the North American Region. In its young stages the Sycamore tree tends to have…

De-icing Salt and its Effects on the Environment

Clearview Tree and Land has observed that the use of de-icing salt has greatly increased within the last couple of years, ¬†through Nassau County, Queens and NYC areas. De-icing salt is usually composed of sodium chloride, calcium sulfate, magnesium chloride, and rock. Salt has water absorbing, as well as corrosive characteristics, which many can visibly…

Maple Tree Species In The North Eastern Region

Maple Tree Species are common in the north eastern region. They are used as Ornamental trees by property owners and are classified as a family of their own. The Maple tree species are considered to be a Pentamerous flowering tree/shrub. It grows too approximately 30-140ft in height and has a fast growth rate. They are…

General Tree Composition

A trees structure is generally made up of 3 components. The 3 components are the stump and roots, the branches leaves (tree crown), and then the woody structure (tree trunk) that connects the roots and leaves. The lower portion of the tree would consist of the stump and roots. The tree roots typically lie below…

Lawn thining and bare spots in NY

Now that the winter season is gone we can see the days getting longer and the landscape flourishing. Many property owners may observe thinning areas and bare spots on their lawns. The first thing is to identify what the cause of the problem is. There are many variables that affect the lawns development, such as…