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At Pevach Corp. it’s in our nature to make nature work. Our Scrapbook features helpful blogs, tips, and a photo gallery so you can see us at our best—when we’re in the outdoors, working hard to make our clients happy!

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What to do when a tree falls on your house

What to do when a tree falls on your house

When Mother Nature comes knocking, follow this plan to ensure your family stays safe and ...
signs of dead tree

Signs Of A Dead Tree | 4 Things To Look For If You Think Your Tree Is Dying

While many of them can live for what seems like forever, oftentimes trees die and ...
plant trees in your yard

7 Benefits of Planting Trees In Your Yard

There are many people who don’t really love the idea of having trees on their ...
cost of tree root removal

Tree Root Removal | Cost and Everything Else You Need To Know

You’ve got a beautifully landscaped yard, park or building with loads of trees around. But ...
interesting trees from around the world

6 Of The World’s Coolest Trees

If you're a true Canadian like us, then you’re probably pretty familiar with Canada’s most ...

Wildfire Prevention | Do Your Part To Stop Wildfires This Summer

If you’re a life-time Albertan, or even remotely familiar with our summers, then you know ...

What’s the Average Tree Removal Cost in Alberta

Removing a tree from its current location is not something that anyone can just do. ...
tree planting tips

Planting a Tree | 5 Easy Steps to a Successful Tree Transplant

Planting a tree is an extremely rewarding investment if the proper steps are taken during ...
Hiring an Alberta arborist

Alberta Arborist | What to Look For When Hiring A Tree Service Company

There is a reason it’s strongly recommended to not do your own tree removal, stump ...
tree-root-problems

Common Tree Root Problems & Possible Solutions

Trees are an essential part of our environment. They provide oxygen, shade, shelter, wind protection, ...