Trees need to be trimmed for many reasons, depending on their age and location. By trimming your trees, it makes them healthier, safer, and look better. Why do your trees need trimmed? 1. Remove dead or dying branches. 2. Remove crossing or rubbing branches. 3. Elevate the crown of the tree to make room for mowing, or for better vision around the tree. 4. Thin the crown. 5. To clear an obstacle such as a house. 6. Remove storm damage. 7. Reduce the weight of a limb by removing the tip or sections of the limb. 8. Reduce suckers.
We offer deep root fertilization, insect and disease control, and nutrient deficiency treatments for trees and shrubs. With so many issues damaging our trees today, please contact us for a custom program for your trees and shrubs.
Tree planting and landscape maintenance design options. Selecting the proper tree for your property is important. So many people plant a tree that gets too large and realize it when it's hitting their house, or obstructing power lines or a view. We can give you advice on tree selection and landscaping, so you will not have to remove a tree or shrub because it was planted in the wrong location. Planting different species of trees on your property is important to. From tree planting, to mulching, river rock, boulders, and patios, we can offer great plans and services to fit your desires.
Preservation is our primary focus, but sometimes trees have to be removed from the landscape. Removing a tree is one of the most hazardous aspects of arboriculture and needs to be performed by a trained, experienced, and qualified arborist.
Tree risk assessments can identify potential issues before they become major problems. Preventive tree care can save thousands of dollars in damage or unexpected removals. Our certified arborist is trained to make reasoned judgments and recommendations for mitigating the identified risk.
In order to plant something new in the area of the stump, complete stump removal is a necessity. Be sure to remove ALL of the stump and major roots if you want to plant another tree in the same vicinity. You will have to pay extra to have a stump completely ground out, since most stump removal bids only include removal of 4 to 6 inches of the stump below ground level, and we will grind out your tree stump so you don't have to mow and trim around it.