Many residents in Grand Rapids, Michigan know we are abundantly supplied with a variety of tree species. However, some may not know that the trees they have on their property actually have quite a bit of value. Follow the link to find out if you might have a valuable tree you'd like removed!
Tree roots are very powerful and can cause damage if not properly maintained. Although we've never seen foundation damage from tree roots (we've been very fortunate), we have seen roots/root flares damage sidewalks and driveways. It is important to give trees their space whenever you plan on building. Otherwise, a full tree removal might be necessary in the future. Learn more about root systems, their power, and what steps to take to avoid a full tree removal.
Much more goes into tree pruning and tree trimming than one might realize. It takes a professional to safely and effectively prune a tree without ruining it. There are 5 major types of pruning: crown cleaning, crown thinning, crown raising, crown reduction, and hazard pruning. Learn more about what methods and techniques are used for tree pruning or tree trimming.
There are more reasons for stump grinding than just eye appeal. Stumps, under the right conditions, are able to form suckers from left over nutrients in the roots. These suckers produce leaves, which begin the process of photosynthesis, and are able to develop back into trees. Learn more about this process and the importance of stump grinding after a tree removal.
You may be seeing a lot of changes coming to the Grand Rapids Area. Over 3,000 trees and stumps will be getting removed, pruned, or ground. Removing hazardous trees is not only a pleasant sight, but it is also necessary for safety. Tree pruning may help prevent the need for full Tree Removal. Read more to find out details about all the tree removal, tree pruning, and stump grinding that will be happening in Grand Rapids, MI
Trees respond to different infections and diseases in many different ways. One response, commonly seen in Oak Trees, is a black stain that oozes from the trunk of the tree. This can be a sign to take immediate action, or it could be nothing. Learn more about the seriousness of the black stain in order to determine if a full tree removal may be necessary for your tree.