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Landscape Recovery after Storm Damage

Landscape Recovery after Storm Damage

Helping Rebuild your landscape, one plan at a time! The storm has passed and now it’s time  to rebuild ( or at least clean up) the  aftermath of a storm.  This task can seem like a burden and an ordeal for any property owner or tenant, and requires  much more time and effort than picking up a few branches and broken limbs. This historical catastrophic storm in Houston has has left behind, broken homes, business and heavily damaged trees along with other large pieces of landscape that can be potentially hazardous if not taken care of as soon as possible.    It’s best to take a step back and formulate a strategic plan for the cleanup,  think landscape professionals. If you are inexperienced or elderly we would discourage you from tackling any potentially dangerous situation during cleanups, and shouldn’t “do it yourself”.  This decision will all depend on the extent of storm damage, calling the experts to remove debris like fallen trees is always a good idea.  We often hear stories of maintenance staff on client properties that have tried to cut a tree and they become severely injured and /or disabled due to lack of proper equipment and skills. You do not want to try and save money and think just anyone can cut up a tree, it is best to hire a professional.  (Utility providers, should be contacted when dealing with powerlines or “hot lines” that are tangled in trees.) Our goal here is to help you create a strategic game plan and not jump into a clean up too quickly.  Below are some helpful tips and...
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Cycling for a cause: #TourdeHouston

Cycling for a cause: #TourdeHouston

Cycling for a cause: bringing awareness to locals about Houston’s Historic parks and communities while raising funds for many Reforest Houston Programs.  Congratulations to all participants in Houston’s Annual #TourdeHouston fundraiser. This year over 5,000 cyclists helped contribute to the Houston Reforestation Program! We are very proud to have our Home Turf Texas Landscape team member, Joe Trevino participating this year.  He said “It was a beautiful ride, around Houston’s Historic Neighborhoods and parks….contributing to a great cause for our environment…..it was worth the pain in my legs!” and All participants sure finished strong! As a local houston company we are excited to see such energy in our city and are very proud to support green spaces and active lifestyles. Next Year we will team up the Special Events, City of Houston to help Sponsor this event and bring awareness to our communities about Houston’s parks. This annual fundraiser raises funds for many Reforest Houston Programs.  If you are looking to join a team next year for this ride please contact us for details!         Share this post...
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