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Spring Tree Maintenance

As the great thaw begins in lower Michigan, don’t forget to give your trees and shrubs some attention. Now is the time to get an estimate on tree services and schedule your outdoor maintenance.

Spring Cleaning & Tree Maintenance

If you’re like most people, the warmer days and sunshine are probably giving you the boost you need to clean up all the dust buildup on the inside. As you’re checking things off your to-do list, you’ll want to make sure your trees aren’t neglected. The best time to perform tree care is before you begin to plant your gardens in the spring.

Don’t Wait Until the Storm Damage Is Done

We’ve already seen some pretty windy days, so, now is the best time to get your spring tree maintenance completed. You don’t want to wait until tornado season, or after the damage has already been done. If you have trees or limbs that may cause a nasty problem–why wait?

Inspecting Your Trees

There are a few things you should be looking for when checking your landscape. If you see any of the following, give an arborist a call.

  • Cracks or holes in the tree trunk
  • Dead branches
  • Growing fungus
  • Leaning tree with cracked or elevated soil
  • Missing bark

You’ll want to inspect your trees after each significant storm in your area, and add it as an item on your seasonal maintenance checklist. Contacting a tree service professional will help you maintain your property’s tree health, as well as help you identify any potential problems. Don’t wait until it’s too late!

Do You Need Tree Care Services Near Pinckney, Michigan?

If you need some tree maintenance this spring, we’re happy to help. Give us a call for a free tree trimming or shrub pruning estimate at 248-513-2638 or contact us online.


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