FAQs

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How can I be sure you are the right person for the job?

Honestly, I possess all the skills and experience that you're looking for. I'm confident that I am the best candidate for this job role. It's not just my background in the past projects, but also my people skills, which will be applicable in this position.

Why should I Trim my tree?

Pruning a tree can influence in what way the tree grows. With proper pruning, a tree can be made to grow into a certain configuration of limbs and branches that is more ideal for the structural integrity of the tree. Maintaining the tree's structure helps to mitigate the risk of broken limbs and falling branches. Properly pruning and trimming your tree will help to avoid damages caused by limbs repeatedly striking or falling onto your home

Why should I remove my tree ?

Vertical cracks, seams, dead branch stubs and large, older wounds suggest internal decay. Severe damage to the main trunk often warrants removal of the tree. If the damaged area is less than 25 percent of the circumference of the trunk, the wound could gradually heal over and no permanent injury should result. Removal is necessary because a dead tree will slowly lose strength. As the tree weakens, it loses its ability to withstand the assault of storms or extra weight. Snow, ice, storms, and winds can break off branches or bring down a dead tree.

Why should I grind my stump?

Because it chews stump wood down below ground level, a stump grinder ensures that your tree stump won't re-sprout with suckering growth around its perimeter. Shortly after they're separated from the tree that once stood in your yard, stumps begin a very slow decaying process. And yes, over time a rotting stump becomes a hub for home damaging pests like termites or carpenter ants. ... Removing the stump, or grinding it down, is the best way to avoid these pest problems.