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Maitland Tree Removal: Let's Declutter Your Lawn

October 15, 2018

Maitland tree removal should be thought of throughout the year, not just during hurricane season. Here’s what we can do to help make sure your trees are healthy.

 

When you drive down the road, you may or may not notice the plethora of trees that surround the Central Florida area. There are oak trees, palm trees and hundreds of different types that line the streets we take to work and school.

 

 

Not only that, but when is the last time that you took a second to look or even examined the trees surrounding your property, whether that is commercial or residential? Probably not too often.

 

However, hurricane season is in full swing and you should be aware of the health of your trees in your own lawn and backyard. Here are a couple of things to look out for when it comes to your trees and whether or not you need Maitland tree removal help.

 

Your Tree Is Leaning

While the Leaning Tower of Pisa is a great tourist attraction, you don’t want one of your own in your yard. If your tree is starting to lean to one side that could be a sign that its roots aren’t as strong as they used to be. If you see this, give us a call so we can evaluate the situation and get someone to your home or property to give you an accurate quote.

 

Dead Branches

If you see a lot of dead branches surrounding your tree, it could be a sign that the tree is no longer in good health. An unhealthy tree could lead to it toppling over with a little wind and then you’d be in danger of it falling on a house or car unexpectedly.

 

Our Maitland tree removal services can help you with any questionable trees and it can also help you have peace of mind this hurricane season.

 

If you or anyone you know is looking for an expert and trustworthy tree trimming or Maitland tree removal company, look no further than us!

 

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