Last week, a dangerously brittle dead Ash Tree needed to be removed from a property in Abington, PA. We have had a particularly brutal winter this year, so the client wanted the job done as soon as possible in order to avoid storm damage. Giroud Arborist Rob Nagy organized his crew and scheduled a 40 ton crane for this tricky removal. However, on the morning of the job, snow began to fall and blanketed the area yet again.
Chilly winter weather means more time inside, and kids can quickly become bored. If it seems like toys are all played out and TV is turning your kids into couch potatoes, it might be time to break out the art supplies! Here are 5 Crafty Tree Projects that will help bust that winter boredom.
Christmas is over and it’s almost time to take down the Christmas Tree. Here are some Environmentally Conscious tips for disposing of your tree.
Giroud Tree & Lawn teamed up with Philadbundance for their annual food drive again this year. Philabundance is a proud member of Feeding America, a nationwide network of food banks leading the fight against hunger in the United States.
Last year, Giroud's team collected 496 pounds of food, and they set a goal for at least 550 pounds this year.
Jeff and Matt Giroud delivered the food to Philabundance this morning, and we're happy to report that this year's total is 687 pounds!!
Giroud Tree & Lawn send a big thank you to everyone who donated. These contributions will feed so many people in our community!
For more information about how you can donate or even organize a food drive, please visit the Philabundance website www.philabundance.org.
Happy Holidays from our Family to Yours!
Back in 1974, a gallon of gas was only .55 cents, the average home cost $10,990 and Jimmy Fallon was just born.
Here are some last minute gift ideas for the Tree and Garden Enthusiasts on your list! Maybe you've procrastinated just a little too long with this holiday season. Not to worry! We have your stress-free shopping list right here!
Cold weather is hard on your landscape! Heavy snow and ice cause many problems. But, did you know that cold wind can be just as devastating to your trees and shrubs? Here are 3 types of plants that need extra protection this winter.
‘Tis the season to shop for a Christmas tree! Walking onto a tree lot without knowing what kind of tree is best for your family can feel overwhelming!
In Pennsylvania, you’ll find 3 main types of Christmas trees: Pine, Spruce and Fir. But, there are subtle differences within each species variety.
Here are some tips that will make your tree search a little easier and quickly have you back home drinking warm cocoa and singing Oh Tannenbaum!