Tree Removal Company In Ann Arbor MI Launches New Website

June 25, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Ann Arbor Tree Removal, a tree care service company in Ann Arbor, Michigan, has announced that they have recently launched their new website. With this new site, they expect people to better understand the services that they are able to provide. Aside from the removal of trees, the company also offers tree health care services, tree trimming, and stump removal services.

A spokesperson from the company says, “We are very excited to have our new website up and running. We expect this site to allow people to better understand the fact that we provide certified local tree services for Ann Arbor and the surrounding areas. Whether you need assistance for the look of your property, require emergency tree service, are needing your trees trimmed, stumps removed, or are assisting the health of your trees, our trained arborists can tackle any project.”

The spokesperson points out that the removal of trees is often required by property owners for emergency, functional, aesthetic, or landscaping purposes. He adds that there are a lot of things to consider to ensure appropriate removal of a tree. The team of experts from the company are knowledgeable on how to remove a tree while ensuring that the rest of the property is untouched.

Aside from the tree removal service, Ann Arbor Tree Removal also offers tree trimming and pruning services. This kind of work appears to be deceptively simple and easy, and property owners may be tempted to do this themselves. However, the company would like to warn them that tree pruning and trimming is best left to the professionals. This is because improper trimming can result into uneven growth and can possibly damage the tree. This is also a dangerous task because of the need to work at certain heights. The experts from the company are not only knowledgeable and experienced, but they have also the proper tools and equipment such as chainsaws, trimmers and cutters.

Another important service provided by the company is stump removal and grinding. Tree stumps that have been left from previous tree removal projects can be dangerous to children who play in the yard. They can also be used as home by insects, parasites, fungi and pests. Thus, these stumps can harbor diseases that can transfer to other trees and plants in the yard. Stumps can also be obstacles when property owners are cleaning or taking care of the lawn. With the industrial stump grinding machine used by Ann Arbor Tree Removal, the stumps are eliminated quickly. The process also yields wood chips that can be used as free mulch for the property owner’s garden. But if the property owner has no use for the wood chips, the company can clean them up and haul them away for free.

An important factor that property owners may often forget is the importance of taking care of tree health. This is a service that can be provided by the experts at Ann Arbor Tree Removal. This often includes tree fertilization, mitigation of tree pests, and proper pruning. The tree experts from the company are experienced and knowledgeable about every type of pest and tree disease and can diagnose and suggest a solution to enhance the health and well-being of the trees.

Tree fertilization is also essential for the proper growth of the trees. This can also help diseased trees recover and it can also help other plants in the yard. For the sick trees, the fertilizer can help the tree get the necessary nutrients that it requires, causing it to become stronger and more capable of fighting the infection.

The experts from Ann Arbor Tree Removal are fully licensed and insured and are knowledgeable on how to get the job done correctly, efficiently, and safely. Those who require more information or would like to consult with the tree experts can visit their website at, call them on the phone, or contact them via email. They are open from Monday to Sunday, from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm. Those who require emergency services can count on 24/7 support.


For more information about Ann Arbor Tree Removal, contact the company here:

Ann Arbor Tree Removal

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