By definition, this title belongs to someone who has been trained in the art and science of planting, caring for, and performing the necessary work to keep trees healthy for many years. They have the knowledge needed to trim, prune, and cut oaks, evergreens, maples, etc. to ensure that they aren't diseased and continue to look great for generations to come. Hiring one of these professionals really isn't a decision that should be taken lightly. Proper care for these plants is an investment that could potentially lead to great returns. When you have well cared for limbs, branches, and foliage, your home will look much more aesthetically-pleasing, and this can add a lot of value to your property. Additionally, a healthy oak, spruce, or pine can help to improve air quality, giving us all fresher, healthier air to breathe.
There are many reasons for this type of service, including preserving or improving the aesthetics of your home, removing dead or broken branches, or ensuring the health of your plant by removing infected areas that could potentially threaten wildlife or nearby vegetation. It is usually best to do this type of work during the dormant season when there isn't active growth taking place. However, all situations are unique, and our professionals will be sure to talk with you one-on-one about what your options are.
This service is performed to remove certain branches or limbs to help with benefiting the entire maple, oak, or spruce as a whole. It can help to prevent insect infestations and decay from entering into the core of the trunk and the foliage. Our team will be sure to follow appropriate pruning procedures to ensure the safety of your existing plant life, your home, and ourselves while performing the work. We can stimulate or restrict growth in specific areas depending on what the crown should look like, or what you want it to look like, as long as it doesn't endanger the plant's overall health and well-being.
When a pine, maple, or oak is cut down due to age or disease, you will also need to get the stump removed as it can be dangerous to leave it on your property. Once it starts to rot, it can attract unwanted critters, and if it is diseased, it can threaten the life and well-being of nearby plant life. We can grind and chip the stump so that you can use the wood chip for mulch or other purposes.
There are many reasons why this service may be needed, including the following: declining health of the plant, storm damage, plant is too close to the home or other buildings, plant is leaning into power lines or over the driveway where you park, roots are a threat to your home's foundation - driveway - or sidewalk, space is needed for the new construction of a building.
This type of service can help with reducing the likelihood of structural failure within the crown. Properly installed cables can help to transfer stress, and bracing rods can provide support in specific areas of the tree where it is needed. This can help with preventing weak limbs, broken branches, and splitting trunks.
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