What causes Tree Rot, and how can it be stopped?

what causes tree rot

Johnson City, and Kingsport TN Trees are a wonderful addition to any property. They provide shade, beauty, and are a habitat for wildlife. But, when a tree rots, it can quickly become an eyesore or dangerous due to its instability. A damaged tree can cause quite a concern for homeowners. Our Kingsport ISA-certified arborists at Promier Tree want to share … Read More

6 Tips for Preventing Tree Fires

preventing tree fires

Johnson City, and Kingsport TN Tennessee is known for its luscious forests and mountains. It is also known for its hot, dry summers. That can be a dangerous combination. That’s why Promier Tree, your tree trimming company in Kingsport, is here to help you with some information to help you keep your home or business safe from fires. We can … Read More

Saturated Ground can Threaten your Trees and Property

saturated ground

Johnson City, and Kingsport TN Wondering when it will rain? In East Tennessee, you probably won’t have to wait long. Last year was the rainiest in recorded history in the Tennessee River Valley, according to data compiled by the Tennessee Valley Authority. Heavy rains have become rather common in the Johnson City area, with flooding problems even occurring from time … Read More

Taking Care of your Trees during the Tennessee Summer Heat

taking care of trees in summer

Johnson City, and Kingsport TN In the cold winter months, we find ourselves longing for the touch of the warm summer sun, but once summer is in full swing, we have the luxury of escaping the mid day’s sun. You can simply walk in your home and find respite in your home with a cool drink. Our plants are not … Read More

6 Tips to Grow Healthy, Strong Trees

growing strong trees

Johnson City, and Kingsport TN Trees add beauty and property value. But, it is essential to provide proper care for your trees, not only for safety reasons but also to keep them looking beautiful for the long haul. If you are planting a new tree in Kingsport or have well-established trees in need of care in the Tri-Cities, Promier Tree … Read More

Is your Newly Planted Tree Dying or can it be Saved?

newly planted trees

Johnson City, and Kingsport TN You’ve gone to the trouble of selecting the perfect spot, done the hard work of digging a hole, and planted a new, young tree. You’ve watered it and nurtured it, waiting to see it flourish, only a few weeks later the tree has started to wilt, or the leaves have turned brown. What gives? When … Read More

Protect your Trees during the hot Tennessee Summer

caring for young tree

Johnson City, and Kingsport TN Planting trees on your property is a great long-term investment. A healthy, full-grown tree provides shade, as well as a place for your children or grandchildren to play. Young and newly planted trees require special care. To ensure your young trees make it through the heat of the east Tennessee summer, Promier Tree has provided … Read More

Learn the Warning Signs of Diseased Trees

warning signs of diseased tree

Johnson City, and Kingsport TN When a tree dies in your yard, will you hear it? That may not be how the old saying goes, but the point is, you probably will not be able to tell if the trees in your yard were dying or deceased due to a disease. Most homeowners are unaware that a tree in their … Read More

Make Sure your Trees are Ready for Spring

make sure trees are ready for spring

Johnson City, and Kingsport TN Winter can seem to drag on, and then one day you wake up, and your grass starts to turn green. The cold, dreary, gray afternoons disappear into brisk early mornings. Just like that, we all know it’s the beginning of spring. There’s a feeling that comes with the first warm breeze of spring or first … Read More

Are your Trees ready for Tornado Season?

tornado season

Johnson City, and Kingsport TN Recently, over the last couple of decades, Tennessee has had a dramatic increase in tornadoes. Meanwhile, states that we traditionally consider part of “Tornado Alley” like Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas have had a steep decline in the frequency with which they experience these frightening natural disasters. These were the findings of a study published in … Read More