Emily Caudill

How to Install a French Drain: 6 Steps to Achieving Proper Drainage

Improper drainage can lead to standing water in your yard, killing grass and ornamentals, while creating a breeding ground for those pesky mosquitoes. When that water is in close proximity to a foundation, it can also lead to leaky basements, mold and mildew buildup, and in extreme cases, damage to the concrete itself. French Drains (which in fact, are not French at all, but acquired the name in 1859 from their creator Henry Flagg French, of Concord Massachusetts) are designed to naturally carry water away from trouble areas in your yard.

Choosing a Stump Grinder: 5 Key Elements to Consider

 For tree care professionals, one essential machine rises to the top of the necessity list:...

Choosing Trenchers: 5 Must Ask Questions Before You Trench

Whether it’s installing pipe, landscape edging, laying cable, or any of the many projects you may...

825TKL Mini Skid FAQ - Part 1

Some of the most frequent questions we get regarding our 825TKL are regarding our track system. If...

Gearing Up For 2022

Oh, what a year it’s been (or two)! First thing this year we want to thank our Barreto Family of...

Rotating and Replacing Stump Grinder Teeth

Maintaining the teeth on your stump grinder is crucial to keeping your stump grinder in tip-top...

Choosing the Best Trencher Chain

Building Barreto Tough: R&D and Engineering

Building Barreto Tough: R&D and Engineering

In the next installment of our Building Barreto Tough...

Chipper Maintenance: 5 Tips to Keep Your Chipper in Tip Top Shape

Getting the best result from your chipper requires some regular care and maintenance. In this...

5 Tips for a Successful Vegetable Garden

Spring is here and we are all eager to get out of the house and into the dirt. Follow these five...