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A tree service provides a variety of services. These include pruning, stump grinding, and trimming. They also inspect and treat trees for diseases and pests.

A tree care expert can spot problems that a homeowner or property owner might miss. Early problem detection can save trees from serious damage and even death. Learn more by clicking here.

Tree Removal

Sometimes a tree simply needs to be removed, whether it’s growing too close to power lines or blocking a view of your home. You can save yourself the hassle and possible hazards of trying to remove it yourself by hiring a pro instead.

A professional service will use a crane to fill the tree if it’s too large to simply cut it down with hand tools. They may also attach larger limbs to the crane before cutting them, allowing workers to safely lower them to the ground.

To find a qualified tree removal service, ask friends and neighbors for recommendations or check out local reviews on social media sites. Before service starts work, ensure they have liability and worker’s compensation insurance in case something goes wrong.

Tree Pruning

Tree pruning is an essential service that helps to keep trees healthy and looking good. It removes dead limbs, enhances light penetration, and manages growth. It is also used to control the spread of disease in trees and shrubs.

Overgrown branches are prone to fall in bad weather, which can damage your property. They can scrape against your house, knock over a fence or hit power lines. It is best to prune them before they become hazardous.

Certain shrubs like azalea, rhododendron, mountain laurel, magnolia, and chokeberry are pruned after blooming to encourage future flowering. Others such as lilac, hollyhock, and rose-of-Sharon are pruned before their first flowering to ensure that they bloom on wood produced in that growing season. Routine pruning also reduces the risk of insects and rodents entering your home through small gaps in the landscape.

Tree Inspection

Aside from trimming and pruning, tree services also offer inspections. Just like a doctor’s checkup or a visit to the dentist, tree health assessments can prevent future headaches.

An inspection can reveal underlying problems, such as cracks or leaning. The inspection process can also determine whether the tree is a threat to property or people.

The inspection can identify physical damage caused by storms, paving, incorrect pruning, or construction projects. These issues can make it hard for the tree to take in water and oxygen. If left unchecked, these problems could lead to a tree’s death or a hazard to people and property. An inspection can also detect any diseases that are affecting the health of a tree. These can be hard to notice without the help of an expert.

Tree Fertilization

Trees growing in their natural environment seldom need fertilizer because they recycle nutrients with their root systems and symbiotic relationships with soil microorganisms. However, most landscape trees need annual fertilization to promote growth, overcome mineral deficiencies and resist disease.

The best time to fertilize is in fall and early spring when the roots are taking up nutrients needed for a vigorous growing season. Avoid fertilizing during mid-summer, which may encourage foliar growth that will become susceptible to winter damage.

Choose a slow-release nitrogen fertilizer formulated for your trees and follow the recommendation in your soil test report. Broadcast granular fertilizers evenly on the ground under the tree and out to the drip edge (ends of branches). Never apply a fertilizer spike or pellet to a tree.

Tree Stump Removal

A tree stump is a major eyesore and can make your yard look unfinished. It can also be a safety hazard because children and pets may trip over it and can damage lawnmowers or other equipment. Stumps can attract pests like carpenter ants and wood-boring beetles, as well as disease-causing fungi.

While some homeowners try to remove stumps on their own, it is often better to let the professionals handle it. Stump grinding involves using specialized equipment to grind down the stump and roots to below-ground level. This eliminates a physical obstacle, opens up the area for new landscaping, and can prevent invasive root growth. It is also possible to hire a professional to use chemicals to burn out the stump and its roots, but this is more time consuming and requires proper chemical handling. Next blog post.