A. Trees in the urban and suburban landscapes have traditionally been valued for their aesthetic qualities and the shade they produce. Especially in settled areas, trees have many other important benefits, such as enhancing property values. Research shows that the presence of trees can increase the value of your property could by up to 25%, with mature trees are particularly valuable. Therefore, it makes sense to protect your tree investment with proper maintenance.
A. Yes, but we ask that you stay clear of the work zone as there are many hazards that may not be apparent to you.
A. We can grind your stumps to approximately 6 to 8 inches below grade level.
A. In most cases the stumps will be ground down several days after the tree has been removed and will be invoiced separately.
A. Yes, but please be aware that due to the size of the trucks it may not be possible to dump the chips exactly where you want them.
A. Our climbing crews use ropes and saddles specifically made for the tree care industry to climb those hard to reach trees.
A. We are trained to work near power lines and the equipment that we use around power lines is non-conductive.
A. Yes, trees love mulch, if applied correctly. Mulches should be applied 2-4 inches in depth over relatively clean, weed-free soils. Keep mulch pulled back away from tree trunks and no more than 4 inches total depth. Wood chips, bark mulches, and pine needles are the most commonly used mulches. In most cases, these organic mulches are best placed directly on the soil without a fabric barrier.
A. Yes, trees often are wounded by yard equipment like lawn mowers, weed whips, and other trimming equipment. These injuries damage important vascular tissue just inside the bark, which can lead to the death of the tree. That’s why it’s a good idea to put a ring of mulch around the tree.