A: Yes, we are a licensed and insured tree company. Our team of professionals has the necessary expertise and insurance coverage to perform tree services safely and efficiently.
A: The frequency of pruning depends on the tree species and its specific needs. In general, most trees benefit from pruning every 3-5 years.
A: While minor pruning can be done by homeowners, it is best to hire a professional tree company for larger or more complex pruning tasks to ensure proper techniques and safety.
A: The cost of tree removal varies depending on factors such as tree size, location, complexity, and accessibility. It is recommended to request an estimate from a tree company for an accurate cost assessment.
A: The ideal time to plant a tree is during the dormant season, typically in late fall or early spring. This allows the tree to establish its roots before facing harsh weather conditions.
A: Signs of tree disease include wilting leaves, unusual leaf discoloration, dead branches, and abnormal growth patterns. It is advisable to consult a tree professional for an accurate diagnosis.
A: The watering frequency depends on various factors such as tree species, soil type, and weather conditions. Generally, trees require deep, infrequent watering rather than frequent shallow watering.
A: Signs that a tree may need to be removed include significant decay, extensive pest infestation, severe structural damage, or the presence of hazardous leaning or dead branches.
A: Yes, as a professional tree company, we can assist you in navigating the process of obtaining necessary permits for tree removal, if required by local regulations.
A: It is crucial to implement tree protection measures, such as installing fencing and avoiding root damage, to minimize the impact of construction activities on trees. Consulting a tree professional is recommended.
A: Yes, we offer emergency tree services to address storm damage, fallen trees, and hazardous situations that require immediate attention. Please call 1 (973) 325-5663
A: Our tree professionals are trained in identifying various pest infestations and can recommend appropriate treatment options to mitigate the damage and restore tree health.
A: Signs of a potentially falling tree include a significant lean, visible root damage, large cracks or cavities in the trunk, dead or declining canopy, and presence of fungi or mushrooms on the tree.
A: Yes, we provide tree planting services, including proper species selection, site preparation, and planting techniques to ensure the healthy establishment of new trees.
A: Regular tree care practices, such as pruning, proper watering, mulching, and fertilization, along with addressing any pest or disease issues, can promote the health and growth of your trees.