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January: Perfect time to trim deciduous trees.

February: You should schedule citrus pruning after February 15, the average last day of frost in Phoenix. Pruning can be done through mid-March, the aim being to wait to prune as long as possible to avoid frost damage, but before citrus blossoms set. 

March: Now is prime time for pruning most evergreen trees and shrubs.  March is a good month for ... (READ MORE)

There are many instances in which tree removal is necessary; however, there are also situations when trimming, tree fertilization, or other work may need to be accomplished. When trees are dead, or protruding into a place of residence, they should either be removed, or in some cases they may simply be trimmed. Dead branches, or branches growing into buildings, homes, or power lines can be trimmed to a proper length; our associates are trained to utilize the proper equipment to trim the branches correctly, so that the tree remains healthy.

Meanwhile, when trees are no longer growing, they should be removed with the aid of professional tree service associates. When a tree is removed, it is either due to the tree being problematic due to roots growing into the sewer system, or the tree causing damage to a building; our trained technicians will observe the tree first to determine how to remove it safely; afterwards, the proper tree removal equipment will be used to successfully remove the tree from the ground, and then it will be cut into manageable pieces, before being chipped with the aid of a tree chipper.

In the case of trees that are having trouble growing due to the proper nutrient content, tree fertilization is an appropriate course of action. During this process, our trained associates are capable of delivering the proper nitrogen, phosphorus, and other important nutrients so that the tree may absorb these nutrients as needed to resume proper growth. Depending on the condition of the tree's leaves, branches, trunk, and bark, our technicians will be able to decide on the exact type of fertilization that may be required to ensure that the tree, or trees are able to grow healthy.

As far as trees that have already been removed, the stumps can pose a problem. Termites are drawn to unprotected, moist wood, such as tree stumps. It is vital to have a stump removed properly, not only for visual appeal, but also to get rid of the termites that may be within the stump as well. When needed, our associates use a stump grinding method to thoroughly remove the stump from the ground, and also to rid the termite infestation that may have been present.