Webster Tree Trimming Professionals + Stump Grinding
Pruning - Shaping - Tree Cabling - Tree Removal
Value Oriented Pricing - Free Estimates - Insured - Bonded - (713) 757-2569
Types of trees worked on include Live Oak, Cedar Elm, Arizona Ash, Hackberry, Crape Myrtle, Elm, Yaupon Holly, River Birch, Water Oak, Post Oak and more.
If you live in the Webster area and suspect your trees are on their last legs, give us a call today for a fast, free quote on the cost of tree removal.
We specialize in tree trimming, tree cutting, stump grinding and removal. Your trees are one of the most important parts of homeownership, don't trust them in the hands of just anyone!
We have been handling tree trimming and removal for over 20 years. We welcome the opportunity to compete for your business.
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We are a fully insured tree service with hundreds of references and reviews throughout Webster, TX. Testimonials from satisfied customers available upon request! We've also done work in the Dallas Fort Worth area with our friends at Justin Time Tree Trimming and have learned any tree tips throughout the years. For example:
One of the main purposes of tree care, be it feeding, watering or pruning, is to fend off the ills that can beset trees. Well-tended trees are less susceptible to pests and diseases that neglected trees, and recover faster. As long as the tree remains healthy and has water, you're in good shape. However, limbs can get sick, too.
Removing a large limb:
- To remove a branch several inches thick without tearing bark and wood, make an initial cut with a pruning saw a foot or two away from the trunk; saw upward into the branch until the blade binds. Then make a downward cut a few inches farther from the trunk, sawing until the limb snaps off.
- The stub is removed without tearing bark by making a shallow cut from the underneath, flush with the trunk, then sawing away the stub down from the top as close to the trunk as possible.
- With a sharp pruning knife, clean away ragged or loose edges of bark. Shape the wound into an oval, pointed at both ends; this helps the bark shed water that might lead to rot and also speeds up growth.
- Coat the entire exposed surface with tree wound paint, available at garden centers, to protect the cut from insects and wood-rotting fungi while it is healing. For occasional pruning jobs, use tree paint in a spray can, which saves clean-up time and also cannot spread disease, as a brush might.