Tree & Palm Removal
Tree removal may be required for many reasons, especially when a tree has become a hazard to people or property.
The following are examples:
- Decayed trunk or root rot
- Storm damaged trees
- Dead, dying, or diseased trees
- Trees with cracks or splits in trunks or crotches
- Trees outgrowing a safe area
Pruning or Trimming
Properly maintained trees add great value to your property which increases every year. Pruning or Trimming can improve your trees in many ways.
- Elevating lower limbs.
- Thinning for light and wind filtration.
- Eliminating weight at end of limbs to prevent splitting or limb failure
- Mistletoe removal (Parasite that will kill tree if left unchecked)
- Thinning for visibility
- Shaping of ornamental trees, shrubs and hedges
Stump grinding is the best and most economical way to get rid of your stump below grade. We have several stump grinders ranging in size depending on the size and location of your stump.
Root pruning is used to prevent roots from growing into and uplifting driveways, walkways and foundations. It is also used on construction sites to protect the trees from damage from crushing, ripping or compaction in non-protected site areas.
Trees often require fertilization at some point in there life span. Lawns and landscaping usually absorb the majority of fertilizer that is broadcast. Deep root feeding places these nutrients below the surface where the root hairs can easily absorb these important elements. We inject these into the soil in a grid pattern to maximize coverage of the root system. Sick trees or trees in decline may require several applications per year.
We have crews standing by for emergency situations. Whether it’s a local severe thunderstorm, lightning strike, tropical storm, or hurricane we are able to respond immediately. Our crews specialize in hazardous and dangerous tree removal.
Our arborists are well trained and experienced to recognize, diagnose, and treat trees that have developed problems or have become a hazard. Inexperienced observers often think that they have encountered a serious problem when, in fact the symptom is only normal.
Common symptoms that may be a problem include
- Leaf Chlorosis
- Leaf Scorch
- Epicormic Shoots
- Poor Tree Structure