Can You Schedule Tree Work on Candlewood Lake?
DISEASE ALERT – Beech Leaf Disease in Fairfield & Litchfield Counties, CT
Barts Tree Service Honors Vets in Rocky Hill
How to Identify Beech Trees in Connecticut
Tips for Protecting Trees from Hammock Harm
5 Best Spring Flowering Trees For Connecticut
Trees Damaged By Winter Storms?
Spotted Lanternfly in Connecticut: What You Need to Know
What To Do With Fallen Leaves
Fall is Ideal Tree Planting Time
Why is the Bark Falling Off My Ash Tree?
Dwarf Trees Gone Wild: Why is a Large Tree Growing Out of my Dwarf Alberta Spruce?
Barts Gives Back to Ridgefield Theaters
Don’t Do This To Your Trees!
Tornado Damage Slideshow
How To Protect Trees From Deer Antler Rubbing
Why Leaves Change Color in Fall
Don’t Kill Your Trees When Draining Your Pool
Barts Featured on Discover Bethel Podcast
Green Expo & Shakespeare on the Green – August 12
Why Mulching With Grass Clippings Can Kill Your Trees
American Chestnut Blight: An Update & Next Steps
Facts About Gypsy Moth in Connecticut & How To Control Them
BUGging Kids at South Street School
Barts Attends 2017 Winter Management Conference
Late Winter Tree & Yard Care Tips for Connecticut
Winter Tree Care Tips for Connecticut Homeowners
Decorating With a Live Christmas Tree
How To Prevent Winter Deer Damage
Barts Sponsors Comedy Series at Ridgefield Playhouse
Barts Sponsors Saluting Branches
Summer Tree Care Tips for Connecticut Homeowners
White Pine Needles Turning Yellow: White Pine Decline in CT
Emerald Ash Borer Treatment For Connecticut
Helping the Aspetuck Land Trust
Winter Management Conference: Definitely Not a Boondoggle
Barts Finds Emerald Ash Borer in Danbury
Spring Is Finally Here: Check Now For Winter Tree Damage
Tree Stump Grinding Services for Connecticut
When, Why & How to Prune Fruit Trees in CT
Barts Tree Service Wins Professional Communications Award
How to Choose the Perfect Christmas Tree
Are Your Trees Ready for Winter?
Barts Tree Service Featured in Danbury News-Times
Evergreen Needlecast: What You Need to Know
Q&A: Can I Stop Emerald Ash Borers From Killing My Ash Trees?
How, When & Why to Fertilize Trees and Shrubs
Sponsoring the CT Tree Climbing Competition
How to Choose the Right Tree For Your Landscape
Protect Yourself: What You Need to Know About Tree Care Company Insurance
Q&A: Will Snow Banks Damage My Trees and Shrubs?
Q&A: How Do Trees Protect Themselves From Freezing Temperatures?
Preventing Winter Rodent Damage on Young Trees
Q&A: Why Do Trees Make Cracking Noises in Winter?
Shoveling Snow Off Roof Tops
How To Protect Trees and Shrubs From Winter Weather
Fall Tree Care Tips for Connecticut Homeowners
Emerald Ash Borer Update for Connecticut
10 Best Trees for Fall Foliage Color in CT
Seasoned Firewood Sold Out For 2014
Insurance Considerations for Fallen Trees With Property Damage
Salt Damage to Your Trees and Landscape
Very nice note from Mrs. Reuthera’s 2nd grade class
Prevent Winter Browning on Pine Trees
Matt Bartelme – ISA Certified Arborist
Protect Your Ash and Elm Trees
Destructive Emerald Ash Borer Found in Sherman
Pruning Your Apple, Pear and Peach Trees
Dutch Elm Disease
Press Release: Barts Tree Service Employees Gain Certified Treecare Safety Professional Status
Grinding Uprooted Stumps & Stump Removal
How to Remove Unsightly Tree Stumps From Your Yard
Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) Winter Management Conference 2013
Wind Damage in Ridgefield
Post Storm Recovery – Beware of Storm Chasers
Cleanup from Hurricane Sandy
Hurricane Sandy Storm Cleanup
Cleaning Up Storm Damage After Thunderstorms
Barts Tree Service at the Danbury kids Touch a Truck Event
Annual Kids Fishing Derby
Make sure your yard is safe from last years storms…Look up!
Storm Damage Cleanup From Irene
Major Storm Damage in Connecticut
Black Knot Disease in Cherry Trees
40th Annual Kid’s Fishing Derby
When a Storm Strikes and Requires Hazardous Tree Removal
Tree Work Around Wires
Spring Tree Care Tips for Connecticut Homeowners
Identifying Wood Decay
Storm Damage Tree Removal in Westport, Wilton and Stamford CT
Q&A: What if my tree is blown down on my neighbors property?
Emergency Tree Removal
Tree Trimming: Maintenance of Nature
The Problem of Over Mulching Your Trees
Don’t Build Up Soil Around Trees
Inspecting Your Trees for Defects and Hazards
Identifying and Removing Hazardous Trees in Connecticut
Arbor Day Foundation
What’s Killing Our Ash Trees in Connecticut?
Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Update
Beware of the Emerald Ash Borer in Connecticut
What Is “Topping” And Why Is It Bad?
How to Select a Tree Service in Connecticut
When and How to Prune Trees in Connecticut
Seasoning Firewood in Connecticut
Yes, Wood Heating is Environmentally Appropriate
What’s killing our Hemlock Trees?
Trees Helping Our Environment
If you are living in Candlewood, specially around the lake area, doing tree works such as tree removal or tree pruning requires permission from Firelight Power Sources. Read this article to learn why and find out what other things you need to know before hiring tree care services around Candlewood Lake.Read More
If your beech tree has dark lines on its leaves, it probably has Beech Leaf Disease. We cover identification, causes, prevention, treatment, and where this quickly-spreading disease is found in Connecticut.Read More
Yesterday, Barts Tree Service crews honored Connecticut’s veterans by joining forces with 15 other tree service companies to take down dead and dying trees at the state veterans complex in Rocky Hill. We are deeply appreciative of the brave men and women who serve and have served in our military, making it possible for us […]Read More
Beech trees (botanical name Fagus) are one of the most commonly found trees in Connecticut’s native forests. These beautiful shade trees have lime green leaves and a dense canopy that gives the tree a rounded shape. In spring, beech trees produce small clusters of yellow-green flowers that are followed by beech tree fruit or beechnuts. In […]Read More
Relaxing in the shade of trees from a comfortable hammock is a great way to spend time outdoors, but be sure to hang your hammock properly so you don’t damage your trees.Read More
Spring-flowering trees offer the biggest seasonal show of bountiful blooms. And after a cold dreary winter, it’s just what we need to get spring off to a great start.
Many trees that flower in spring are fragrant and feed pollinators, in addition to beautifying our Connecticut landscape. Plus, the best don’t just offer spring flowers – they’re multi-season powerhouses.
My top picks for the best spring-flowering trees are resilient, beautiful, easy to maintain, and just right for growing in Connecticut. They include regional natives, in addition to well-behaved non-native trees with impressive spring flowers.Read More
What should you do if your tree has been damaged by a winter storm in the Danbury, CT area? First, assess the damage and make sure everyone’s safe. Stay away from downed power lines! Then call Barts Tree Service to evaluate the tree, clean up, and safely remove it if necessary.Read More
Tree work continues as scheduled. We have implemented a comprehensive set of health and safety protocols to prevent spreading the coronovirus, as well as to take care of our employees.Read More
Connecticut is bracing for the arrival of the invasive and damaging spotted lanternfly. Learn to identify it, where to look, and what to do if you see one.Read More
Each fall, some time in October, the leaves start to fall and homeowners are faced with the question of just what to do with all of those leaves. Many people simply rake them out to the curb and let the city pick them up. Or they place them in paper bags for disposal. Some call […]Read More
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