JAMES TREE SERVICE : Tree removal and tree services in North Little Rock, Maumelle, Little Rock, Sherwood, Roland, Jacksonville, and Cabot.
Our tree removal services in Arkansas are quick and safe. We understand that your safety comes first and we make emergency jobs a top priority. When we remove trees from your property, we don't cut corners for a fast job.We offer professional tree removal service using state-of-the-art equipment
If your tree has become overgrown, it can become a hassle. Both for the environment (power lines, houses, etc.) and obstructing your view. Branches can get too heavy for the trunk and fall. We can easily thin out trees while making sure the structure of the tree isn't compromised.
Has your tree been struck by lightning? Or a fallen down tree? When you have an emergency situation, we have all the equipment, expertise, and man power to help you. We work with your insurance company to quickly get you in the dry.
Removal is recommended when the tree:
The safety of you and your family is our primary concern. If you suspect a tree has become unsafe, or if you are in a full-blown emergency, please call us right away at 501-500-8448.
There are many more steps than what we're including in this condensed answer. Simply put, we assess the tree in order to determine the condition and which way it should come down. We use state-of-the-art equipment and techniques and then put them to work for us. Using the undercut and the back cut are instrumental in the success of a safely completed job.
We work hard to ensure that you don't sustain any damage to your home in the removal process, and do everything in our power to minimize the impact the removal has on your surrounding landscape.
Trimming is to ensure that the shrub or hedge will grow perfectly, but pruning is for protecting the tree or shrub. Pruning services tend to get rid of dead, loose, or infected branches so the shrub can flourish, or gives the shrub a different shape for aesthetic purposes. Tree trimming services is done to remove overgrown bushes so that shrubs can get more moisture and light.
Aesthetic– You ought to trim or prune a tree to keep the shape and appearance looking beautiful.
Safety- You want to be careful of dead and broken tree limbs because they can fall off anytime and they can be a significant safety hazard.
Health- Believe it or not, it is possible to save an infected tree by cutting the branches and limbs that are affected, but this has to be done strategically.
Primarily, tree trimming is for shrubs and hedges while tree pruning is for trees and shrubs. Trimming is to ensure that the shrub or hedge will grow perfectly, but pruning is for protecting the tree or shrub.
If your trees exhibit the following warning signs, they may be at risk:
For pine trees and cedar trees, you want to look further inside the tree near the trunk where breaks are more likely.
In general, look for disorganized areas of branches or leaves. The leaves may be upside down, or you may notice a darker patch of leaves. Upon closer inspection you may discover an entire branch that has broken off and is hanging in the tree.