choosing the right tree for my landscape

Coniferous or Deciduous? How to choose the right tree for your landscape.

Choosing the right tree for your landscape can be tricky. Do you live near a busy highway? Does your home attract significant sunlight? Many factors can play into which type…

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Tips to keep your tree healthy

Helpful Tips to Keep Your Tree Healthy

When treated correctly, trees can be a beautiful addition to your yard and appreciated for years to come. But, how do you properly treat a tree after you plant it?…

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Certified Arborist

Employee Spotlight: Keyly Hernandez

Ivan’s Tree Service is a family business that works closely together to take on day to day challenges. Tree work is a challenging and dangerous industry. We continually invest in…

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What is a certified arborist?

Spring is finally here and what better time than Spring Cleaning to tackle your yard.  Most homeowners have trees in their yard that need maintenance, from tree pruning, tree trimming,…

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Twin Cities Tree Service for HOA’s

The appearance of your HOA grounds plays a significant role in property value, attracting and retaining buyers, and providing an appealing experience for residents. Tree service is often a property…

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COVID-19 Response

Friends, Family, and Customers,  We want to be transparent about how we are handling this situation.  The Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) and the International Society of Arboriculture have deemed…

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Winter Storm Damage for Trees

How Can I Prevent Winter Tree Damage?

Here in Minnesota, winter can wreak havoc on our yards. Between heavy snowfalls, ice storms, and frequent blizzards, it’s no surprise that some of our trees can’t always withstand these harsh conditions. While it’s no fun to see your beloved trees damaged by snow and ice, there are steps you can take to prepare your trees for winter storms.

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The Benefits of Winter Tree Services

Our Best Tips for Winter Tree Care

There are many trees in Minnesota that prefer to be trimmed in the winter. Oak trees and cedar trees are best trimmed in the late fall or early winter months.

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Dying tree trunk with mushroom growing up the side

How to Know if Your Tree is Dying

You may have a tree, or a few trees, in your yard that are concerning you. Maybe they lost their leaves too early in the season. Maybe they don’t look as healthy as they used to. You may find yourself wondering, “Is my tree dying?” Honestly, it can be hard to know what’s going on without the knowledge of a certified arborist. We’ve put together a list of things to look out for when you’re assessing the health of your tree.

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Front yard in the fall with orange leaves on the ground

5 Fall Cleanup Tips Every Homeowner Should Know

Cleaning up your property in the fall is very important for setting your yard up for success come spring and summer. Keep reading for the five fall cleanup tips every homeowner should know.

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