Tree Service Fresno is a Tree service in California. We service to the Fresno and Madera areas. We are a family owned business and have been providing all types of tree-related services for the last 25 years. We are a member of the International Society of Arboriculture and have many certified Arborists available to handle any tree need. We know the area as well as all the kinds of trees that grow here and can definitely help you with any tree need you might have. Whether it be tree trimming, removal, pruning, emergencies, or stump removals, our certified Arborists have the tools and knowledge to give you the highest quality of tree service in Fresno.
Why You Should Hire A Tree Service in Fresno Professional
Working with trees can be very dangerous work, especially for someone without the right experience, knowledge, and tools. While tree pruning, or tree trimming, or removing a tree may seem like something you can do for yourself with a little research, these projects are not do-it-yourself. Trees can weigh up to a couple of tons and their branches can easily reach a few hundred pounds. A mistake with something that heavy can result in very costly damages as well as life-threatening situations. Hiring tree service in Fresno professionals guarantees that your tree situation will go over without a hitch in an efficient manner.
Professional Fresno Tree Services
We offer the best tree services in Fresno and will take special care to cater to your needs as well as keeping the health of your landscape in mind. Our certified Arborists oversee all of our projects to ensure that the project is completed correctly and is adherence to all of your specifications as well as within regulation to the codes existing in Fresno. Our specialty is working in tightly enclosed spaces, so whether it’s a city job surrounded by buildings and people or a job in a rural area, we will be more than capable to take care of your tree situation. Our main services include tree removal, tree trimming, tree pruning, and emergency tree removal. If you aren’t sure what kind of service you may need or how much that may cost, give us a call and we would be more than happy to give you a free quote over the phone; or send one of our Arborists over to take a closer professional look at the situation.
Fresno Tree Removal
Removing a tree is one of the most dangerous jobs in the tree care industry and requires a great deal for experience along with the correct machinery. It should also be considered a last resort after every other solution has been ruled out. The general rule of thumb that we use in the tree care industry is that the only time a tree should be removed is if it is dead or dying, becoming a hazard, creating an obstruction, or if it needs to be replaced. There are also other circumstances that can come about and require removal like when a tree infringes on property lines or city regulations. However, most of those kinds of cases can be resolved without actually removing the tree. The process of removing a tree in Fresno involves digging cutting the larger branches of the tree, then cutting the trunk. If need be, the pieces of the removed tree will then be moved around and disposed of via crane and truck.
Fresno Tree Trimming
Fresno Tree trimming is the process of removing large parts of a tree that are an issue. A tree may need to be trimmed if it has large dead or dying branches close to falling, if the tree is growing in the direction of a powerline or building, or if the branches are obstructing roadways. The process of tree trimming usually involves either removing or thinning parts of the tree until it is no longer a hazard. For large branches, the branch is first secured, then cut, then lowered down for disposal.
Fresno Tree Pruning
Tree pruning is similar to tree trimming in that pieces of the tree are being altered or removed. The difference is that pruning is usually more for maintenance, aesthetics, and health. Pruning is often used to stop potential hazards with a tree preemptively. Pruning is also most common earlier in a trees life because that is when the tree can be best conditioned to grow in a certain way and small cuts and adjustments to the canopy will not leave as many scars. A general rule in pruning is that every cut and alteration should have a specific reason behind it. No parts should be removed for no reason. Those reasons can range from adhering to a certain aesthetic to the fact that certain branches are preventing other parts of the tree from getting enough sunlight. Incorrect pruning can lead to problems later on in the tree’s life.
Fresno Emergency Tree Removal
When there’s a tree emergency, our Fresno tree removal services are available to take your call 24/7. Whether if it’s a tree that fell into the street or a tree getting ready to fall and create damage or any kind of situation where a tree needs to be handled immediately in the Fresno and Madera area, we can be on the scene and taking action in no time. We have all the tools needed to take care of any and all precarious situations that your tree may have found itself in. It is important to remember that although it is an emergency situation, trying to resolve the issue without the proper knowledge and tools can create more problems and require the project to take much longer than it originally would have.
An Arborist is a professional in the tree care industry who has been certified by the International Society of Arboriculture. To become an Arborist, it requires at least 3 years of experience in the tree care field and you need to pass their comprehensive exam covering information on the biology of trees, the different ways to care for different trees, climate, tree care techniques, and many more other topics needed to effectively work with trees. Our Arborists hold up to the ISA standards and are always continuing the education to always have the most updated knowledge for tree care. If you are unsure of the state of your tree or landscape, call us now and we will send one of our Arborists over to take a look and give you a tree diagnosis—information regarding the health and safety of your landscape, as well as what needs to be done or may need to be done in the near future to maintain your trees and landscape.