Q: What happens to a tree after it’s removed?
A: We can haul all wood and debris away from your property once tree removal is done. We can also reduce the branches into a size best for firewood purposes, upon customer request, for free.
Q: What caused my tree to fall?
A: A tree falls due to a number of reasons, including the uneven distribution of weight, wind, age, or negligence on the part of the property owner.
Q: What will happen to my yard after you’re done with tree service?
A: If you are concerned about the mess after the tree service, you don’t have to because we can assure you that we will handle everything from the start until the end. We will also make sure that there will be no damage to your property throughout our stay in your yard.
Q: What is the difference between pruning, trimming, and reduction?
A: While these tree techniques have significant similarities, they also still differ in some ways. Trimming is the removal of deadwood and unwanted branches, pruning is typically done to shape and improve the structure of the tree. Reduction, on the other hand, is a term often used when stunting a tree’s growth.
Q: Should I put mulch rings around my tree?
A: Mulch rings can be beneficial to trees as it locks in moisture, discourages weeds, and reduces water loss. Putting 2-4″ of mulch around the tree will do the trick.
Q: What is the importance of pruning?
A: Trees can grow wild when they are not pruned correctly. From an asset, an overgrown tree can suddenly turn into a costly liability. Pruning is important to keep the tree free from dead, dying, and overgrown branches that can fall and damage your property at any given time.
Q: Why is tree maintenance so important?
A: We put so much emphasis on tree maintenance because of a number of reasons. A well-kept tree can up the value of a property by 25%. They also reduce summer cooling bills and keep the air we breathe clean. They also serve as natural barriers that reduce noise pollution.
Q: When should I start pruning my tree?
A: It is best to start with trees at a young age. Remove the dead and broken branches as soon as the tree is planted. Locate the branch leader after the tree has established itself. Prune the competing branches to keep the leader branches healthy. Early pruning prevents health and safety issues from arising later on.
Q: Is it necessary to seal the cuts with paint?
A: No. Applying paint to fresh cuts is an obsolete practice as it can attract microorganisms that cause diseases.
Q: Should I have my tree topped?
A: Never. Topping is especially harmful to trees and is never performed by a reputable tree company. It can severely damage the tree to the point of no recovery, which is why you should stay away from a tree company that practices this.
Q: How much should I cut when pruning?
A: Do not over trim your tree. Only prune what is necessary and keep the healthy ones intact.