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cedar trimming Ottawa

February 12th, 2021

Much work comes with maintaining the ideal home, a home that attracts visitors, a home that calms the soul, and a warm home. Among the factors that make a beautiful is the outside aesthetics, specifically the hedges. The hedges speak volumes about a maintained home, a home where love resides. Trimming your hedges should be a home improvement routine completed with exceptional professionalism. If completed by experts, hedge trimming is […]

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Ottawa Cedar Hedge Removal

February 12th, 2021

An excellent way of creating a resilient home or property landscape is by managing the trees and hedges around it. Proper maintenance such as pruning and trimming is one of the ways to keep them neat and sharp. Cedar hedges, for instance, are often used to create privacy and beauty on a property. In Ottawa, for example, there are several cedar tree species, with Thuja occidentals being the most common. […]

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Cedar Hedge Trimming: Everything You Need To Know About It

August 22nd, 2020

Perhaps, hedges are the most undervalued of all landscaping plants. Their natural beauty not only enhances your home’s curb appeal but also provides an attractive complement to lawns, gardens, and walkways. Plus, hedges can increase your home’s resale value, but only if they are well-maintained and neatly trimmed. Hedge trimming means cutting tall hedges or overgrown shrubs for many purposes. Besides beautifying your property, a trimmed hedge makes a landscape […]

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Planting a Cedar Hedge

April 10th, 2017

The prep work… Figure out where you want your hedge to be, keeping in mind a healthy hedge with proper maintenance is going to take up approximately 2-4 feet (Width wise). So make sure to plant the hedge at the very least two feet from any buildings, obstacles or property lines. Also keep in mind that cedars need lots of sun light to grow nice and thick. If the cedar […]

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