Getting Ready for a Beautiful Spring
With warmer temperatures well on their way, most of us are very excited to get outside and enjoy the fresh air. Being in the fresh air means you will probably notice the trees around you too. What should they be looking like right now?
One of the best things you can do to get ready for Spring is to inspect your trees for signs of insect damage or disease; and this easier to do while the trees still have relatively few leaves. This is especially important for any trees that are near your home or place of business. If you find tree damage due to insects or disease, or if you notice cracked branches that could easily fall, you'll want to have them removed (either the branch or the whole tree entirely).
Signs of damaged or diseased trees include:
- Chewed Foliage on Trees & Shrubs
- White Spots on Trees & Shrubs
- Holes in the Bark of Trees
- Yellowing Foliage
- Stunted Leaf Growth
- Stunted Tree Growth
When a tree begins showing obvious signs of disease, it's important to remember that trees can fall within a few months of showing signs of trouble.
Contact us at Premier Tree Service with any questions about your trees. Not only do we have the equipment to remove branches or trees that are posing potential safety risks, but we also have licensed arborists who have the professional and practical training needed to properly manage the health of your trees. Because of that knowledge, we can make educated decisions on the most effective ways to prune and remove your existing trees and shrubs.
At Premier Tree Service, we take safety seriously, and not just when we are climbing trees or protecting your property. With the COVID-19 virus at large and in the forefront of our minds, we want you to know that we strive to keep all of our customers and employees safe. Most of our services can be arranged and performed without coming into direct contact with you.
For any questions or concerns, please feel free to call us at Premier Tree Service.