Category Archives: Tree Removal

Can I Trim Dead Branches Off a Tree in Summer?

Tree pruning and trimming are two separate types of tree services, but both equally critical to a tree’s overall well-being. We know that tree pruning should be done at certain times of the year in order to protect trees from … Continue reading

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3 Reasons Why You Should Never Perform Tree Work Yourself

If you have a tree on your property that requires some work, whether a thorough trimming and pruning, or an entire removal, it is best to leave the task to a licensed and insured tree service professional. Not only can … Continue reading

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Can I Replant a Fallen Tree?

Tree roots are more than meets the eye. You see, the root system of a tree expands broadly within the ground space below its mound. This is referred to as a trees “critical root zone”, and can span as wide … Continue reading

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What You Need to Know About Uprooted Trees

Whether from soil instability, water logging, or heavy storms, trees have the capacity to uproot themselves from the ground. An uprooted tree is a tree that looks like it’s been plucked from the ground by a giant, and laid to … Continue reading

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How Much Does it Cost to Remove a Tree That Fell Over?

With all the recent wind and rain storms happening around Central Indiana, it is no surprise that thousands of homes and landscapes were damaged as a result. One of the most common findings so far are fallen trees. If you … Continue reading

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