Tree and Lawn Care Experts
Serving Northern Colorado Since 1980
EAB is responsible for killing more than 50 million Ash Trees in North America and is quickly moving along the Front Range. Click below to read how you can protect your Ash tree from this deadly pest.
We offer a full range of preventative care, pest control, disease mitigation, and fertilizing options for your trees and shrubs, helping you to protect one of your property's most valuable assets.
Our lawns don't just look good, they're healthy too! We take pride in providing high quality products and services that are specifically tailored to each of our customer's needs.
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IPS Beetles are engraver beetles that damage Spruce and Pine Trees by developing under the bark and producing girdling tunnels that cause dieback and eventually kill trees.
While aphid infestations can be harmful to plants, they are mostly a nuisance. Dripping sticky honeydew on patios, cars, and decks while attracting bees, wasps, ants, and flies.
Maples all along the Front Range are suffering from Iron Chlorosis. An Iron deficiency that affects tree health.
Mountain Pine Beetles continue to be one of Colorado's most deadly pests. Taking advantage of our stressed and drought ridden forests.
FOR OUR CUSTOMERS IN MOUNTAINOUS AREAS
MOUNTAIN PINE BEETLE, IPS BEETLES, PINE NEEDLE SCALE, AND MISTLETOE CONTINUE TO PLAGUE THE ESTES PARK VALLEY.
WE ALWAYS ENCOURAGE OUR CUSTOMERS TO SCHEDULE PREVENTATIVE SPRAY PROGRAMS FOR THEIR HIGH VALUE TREES.
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AT HLS COLORADO, WE ARE COMMITTED TO PROVIDING OUR CUSTOMERS
WITH THE HIGHEST QUALITY CARE AND INTEGRITY PRACTICES
WHILE EXCEEDING INDUSTRY STANDARDS
Scale is a harmful pest most commonly affecting Aspen, Lilac, and Pine Needled trees here in Northern Colorado.
These pests feed on plants and contribute to dieback and eventual death.
Learn how our tree injection programs can benefit your landscape in an environmentally safe way by clicking on the video screen below