FAQ

Stump grinding is a process that requires planning at all stages, and, generally speaking, whenever problems do arise, it is often due to fundamental misunderstandings regarding the mechanics of the stump grinding process.

Over watering can damage plants as much as under watering. Finding a moisture balance will assure better plant health. Please review our recommended watering guidelines to know how much and how frequently you need to water.

Watering the new grass seed or sod is the single most important factor in having successful germination and establishment for your new lawn. Please follow these watering instructions or contact us for more information.

inherited property

New Homeowner Guide Part 3: New Home, Inherited Responsibilities

Inherited or otherwise acquired properties with existing landscaping can be a mixed blessing. In the best-case scenario, the property may have previously been well-maintained. In the worst-case scenario, it may have been neglected. Either way, you are now responsible for maintaining (or salvaging) an existing landscaping project. And, for the sake of this example (acknowledging

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custom home

New Homeowner Guide Part 2: Custom Home, Legacy Trees

You found the perfect lot of land to build your dream home. You didn’t choose it in spite of the trees that were there, but because of them. You recognize that these trees have value – value that can’t be replaced by new trees; value that needs to be protected and maintained. If the existing

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new homeowner

New Homeowner Guide Part 1: New Home, New Opportunity

The home buying process can be an overwhelming experience. Decisions made today can have ramifications for years, decades and possibly even generations down the road. At the same time, you’ve likely spent the months leading up to move-in day thinking about all of the changes you are going to make to your newly acquired property.

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straw erosion netting

Straw Erosion Netting and Successful Lawn Germination

They say that the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. While we understand that it’s intended as a moral lesson – a reminder to appreciate what we have because if we get caught up in comparisons, we will never be satisfied…. But our landscaping crews can confirm that sometimes the

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Green walls, privacy screens and natural alternatives to fences

Landscaping on the Edge: Green Walls, Privacy Screens and Natural Alternatives to Fences

A perfect landscaping project is one that combines both form and function. In terms of aesthetics, landscaping projects provide gorgeous social media-ready before-and-after pictures that are easily shareable (be sure follow us on Facebook and Instagram!). However, when we are discussing a potential project with a client, we begin by exploring how they imagine themselves

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seasonal needle drop hinoki cypress

Winter Plant Health Care Guide: Seasonal Needle Drop

Every year we get an increase of calls from concerned property owners who are alarmed to see that their recently planted evergreen trees are changing color and dropping a substantial number of needles. This is a very common situation that we encounter in both our Landscaping, Plant Health Care and Tree Care divisions. Fortunately, the prognosis is

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Franklin County, PA

Chambersburg: (717) 263-8657
Greencastle: (717) 597-9700
Waynesboro: (717) 765-4624

Cumberland County, PA

Carlisle: (717) 249-8443
Camp Hill: (717) 761-0204

Additional PA Locations

Adams County: (717) 337-9128
Dauphin County: (717) 545-1005

Maryland Locations

Frederick County: (301) 714-0130
Washington County: (301) 663-0061

Cumberland Valley Tree Service and Landscaping
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