Tree Removal Company In Fort Wayne IN Announces New Website

June 25, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Fort Wayne Tree Removal, a tree services company in Fort Wayne, Indiana, has announced that they have recently launched their new website. With the new site, they expect people to better understand the kinds of tree services that they are able to provide for properties in Fort Wayne and neighboring areas. The tree care services provided include removal of trees, tree trimming and pruning, stump removal and grinding, and tree health and fertilization. Property owners can call the company for a free estimate.

A spokesperson for the company says, “We are excited to announce that we have a new website. We want property owners to know that we know how to get the job done safely and efficiently. We are fully licensed and insured. It is absolutely critical that you go with the Tree Service Company who is insured and takes the right safety precautions as an amateur unlicensed tree technician can cause further damage to the property and put you in a mess. We take the utmost care in the removal of your trees with the highest safety standards that abide by strict guidelines of the ISA.”

According to the spokesperson from the tree removal company, their team of experts is made up of licensed arborists who fully understand how to correctly assess and manage any kind of project and can ensure the provision of quality work. Furthermore, safety is their number one priority because tree care can be quite dangerous. They will take all of the appropriate precautions to protect themselves and the property.

Tree removal is an important service for property owners because it is vital for aesthetic, landscaping, emergency, and functional reasons. Since they are experts, they know how to correctly remove a tree while ensuring the rest of the property is not touched and remains looking great. In some instances, the trees that need to be removed are in hard to reach places and the experts from Fort Wayne Tree Removal will use a combination of bucket trucks, tree climbers, cranes, and other methods to get the job done, while ensuring that the task is performed safely and properly.

The experts from Fort Wayne Tree Removal can also perform tree trimming and pruning. Property owners may be tempted to do the task themselves but this is not a good idea. Improper trimming can result into uneven growth and may even damage the tree. Also, tree trimming can be time consuming. And if the right tools are not used like cutters, trimmers and high-end chainsaws, the job cannot be performed efficiently. They are also knowledgeable on which trees are not safe to trim depending on the season. They are also capable of providing fruit tree pruning to maintain the correct size of the trees and enhance their yield.

Meanwhile, tree stumps might have been left in the property from a previous tree cutting or tree removal service. Such stumps can be dangerous particularly to children who play in the yard. Also, these stumps can be used as a home by insects, pests, parasites, and fungi. Thus, these stumps can harbor diseases that can spread to the other trees in the property. The company uses an industrial stump grinding machine to get rid of the stumps as fast as possible. The stump grinding process will also provide free mulch that can be used for the garden or they can be hauled away if the property owners prefer it.

People who have used the services of Fort Wayne Tree Removal have left positive reviews about the company. For instance, Darcy G. gave them a five star rating on Google Maps and said, “They helped with some pest control on some of our fruit trees. So far so good and the bugs are noticeably less.”

Fort Wayne Tree Removal provides licensed local tree services and serves the property owners of Fort Wayne and surrounding areas. Those who are interested in their services can visit their website at, call them on the phone of contact through email. They are open everyday from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm.


For more information about Fort Wayne Tree Removal, contact the company here:

Fort Wayne Tree Removal

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