When a tree on your property has been damaged and has become a safety hazard, we’re here to help. We work safely and quickly to help with the tree removal and all related debris.
While our goal is always to preserve the health of the tree, sometimes the damage is too severe, and removal is the best option. Trees damaged by severe weather events, environmental stress, untreated disease, insect or pest infestations, can become structurally weak and create a safety hazard. Unhealthy or overgrown trees can also best be addressed by removal. Other causes for tree removal could be to reduce competition between plants and other landscape elements for nutrients and sunlight. We also remove trees located too close to offices, homes, utility lines, and other structures as a preventative measure to reduce safety concerns. Yellowstone Tree Care Experts are ready to help determine when removal is the best option, and will then perform the work safely and quickly.
Proper trimming of your trees promotes healthy in the plant and makes sure your trees contribute to the beauty of your property. Pruning done by a Tree Care Expert requires a deep understanding of how different types of trees respond to different types of cut. Improper pruning can cause irreparable damage and dramatically shorten the life of the tree.
Trimming services also may include removing dead branches, crowded limbs, and taking out hazardous parts of the tree. Professional tree trimming is done with the long-term goal of improving the tree’s health and extending the lifespan of the plant. Regular, professionally performed trimming, in conjunction with a regular, preventative insect and pest care program is essential for a healthy and beautiful landscape.
Tree Health Assessment
When you spot something that just doesn’t look right in your trees, we’ll help identify what’s causing the problem, and we’ll tell you how we can fix it. Our Yellowstone Tree Care Experts are specially trained to identify all types of Tree Care issues and then create solutions to correct them. Whether your tree has a common insect or pest infestation, a soil nutrient deficiency, or a tree disease that’s new to your area, it can be appropriately diagnosed and corrected.
Disease & Pest Management
Tree Cabling & Bracing
From time to time, trees grow in ways that don’t support long-term health and safety. There are many reasons why a tree may not sustain healthy growth; some are natural reasons, some are human error. Tree cabling and bracing may be necessary when a tree grows tall, gets old, or is damaged/injured.
When a poor tree structure is observed, it is best to take corrective action through tree cabling and bracing before the tree’s structural damage risks damaging property or a person. Tree cabling and bracing help support structurally weak trees by redistributing the tree’s weight, bolting limbs together, and installing rods to enable healthy growth.