Here are some of our tree care services

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Tree Pruning/Removal

Tree pruning is the most common maintenance procedure to keep the health of your trees.Tree pruning must be done with an understanding of biology. Always obtain the advice from a tree care specialist before removing any growth from trees. See treesaregood.org for more information. 

Height/ Crown Reduction

Reducing a tree’s height or spread is best accomplished by pruning back the leaders and branch terminals to secondary branches that are large enough to assume the terminal roles (at least one-third the diameter of the cut stem). Compared to topping, reduction helps maintain the form and structural integrity of the tree. See treesaregood.org for more information

Dead-Wooding

As a tree matures, it will development dead, dying or diseased tree branches that need to be removed or the risk for property damage increases. 

Stump Removal

This is the process of using a stump grinder machine or manually removing the remains of a tree trunk.  A stump grinder also has the capability to "chase" any smaller roots that may exist around the tree remains. 

Brush/ Debris Removal

This is the process of removing any fallen debris or brush from a property. 

Frequently Ask Questions

How do I know my tree needs pruning?

Most of the time trees will need to be pruned yearly, usually around spring time. Have one of our tree care specialist come do a FREE tree care assessmen to inform you on how your can routine maintain the natural growth and development of your trees. 


When is a good time to get my trees pruned?

 Most routine pruning to remove weak, diseased, or dead limbs can be accomplished at any time during the year with little to no effect on the tree. Growth and wound closure are maximized if pruning takes place before the spring growth rush. (treesaregood.org)


I think I may have a dangerous tree, whats should I do?

Tree Risk Checklist

Consider these questions:

  • Are there large, dead branches in the tree?
  • Are there detached branches hanging in the tree?
  • Does the tree have cavities or rotten wood along the trunk or in major branches?
  • Are mushrooms present at the base of the tree?
  • Are there cracks or splits in the trunk or where branches are attached?
  • Have any branches fallen from the tree?
  • Have adjacent trees fallen over or died?
  • Has the trunk developed a strong lean?
  • Do many of the major branches arise from one point on the trunk?
  • Have the roots been broken off, injured, or damaged by lowering the soil level, installing pavement, repairing sidewalks, or
    digging trenches?
  • Has the site recently been changed by construction, raising the soil level, or installing lawns?
  • Have the leaves prematurely developed an unusual color or size?
  • Have trees in adjacent wooded areas been removed?
  • Has the tree been topped or otherwise heavily pruned?
  • information provided by treesaregood.org


Dont wait any longer than you have to. Contact us today before any property gets damaged.