At Arbor Tech Tree Service we provide a variety of tree services. From trimming and pruning to tree removal and stump grinding, we have the tools, experience and equipment to complete your job quickly with a high level of quality.
Our tree trimming services are executed professionally and with a high quality by our tree pruning and shaping crews. After recommendations from our certified arborist, we execute the plan in a professional and safe manner using the best technology in the tree service business. All of our tree trimming and pruning equipment is sanitized to reduce the transmission of disease.
There are many reasons why property owners have trees removed from their property. In many cases, tree removal services are necessary when the plant is in poor health and becomes hazardous to people or to structures. It could also be an aesthetic decision, to improve views and fit in to the landscape of the property better. It is important in the tree removal process that all safety precautions are taken so the job is not only done correctly, but safely. Allow Arbor-Tech Tree Service to serve you and earn your loyalty as customer.
After a tree removal, a property owner has two options, stump flushing or stump grinding. The action taken greatly depends on the size of the tree and its location. Our team of experts and certified arborists can flush the stump as low to the ground as possible. If you plan to plant a new tree or if you simply do not want any remnants of the tree, stump grinding is the best option. We are equipped and experienced to grind any size tree stump in almost any location of your landscape.
Removing and replacing landscaping can be very expensive and often unnecessary. You can maintain or improve the value of your landscape, protect your exterior investment and make your property green and lush with our plant healthcare program.
A properly planted tree or shrub will be more tolerant of adverse conditions and require much less management. The planting technique impacts water quality as it minimizes water, fertilizer and pesticides used. When making decisions on planting techniques consider how the plant was grown in the tree farm, the plant drainage requirements, the soil type and irrigation availability. The plant should be specifically appropriate to the site or the site should be altered specifically for the tree or shrub.