We provide high quality work at the lowest cost. We are owner operated. Our goal is to serve our clients with techniques of arboriculture and maintain safe work practices to leave every job completed and excellent clean up. We treat each customer with respect. If you are in need of Tree Services in Utah County, UT, rely on Ixta Tree Experts Inc. With over 25 years of experience, we offer services that are sure to meet your needs. We specialize in tree trimming, tree removal, tree planting, fruit tree pruning, shrub trimming and much more!
From our family to yours, thank you for your interest in Ixta Tree Experts Inc. We have served Orem, UT. and surrounding area with professional tree services for over 25 years. We look forward to making your trees healthier and more beautiful than they've ever been! Call Ixta Tree Experts Inc today and get your trees in shape by a professional tree expert.
Trees are groups into two major categories: gymnosperms and angiosperms. Gymnosperms are categorized by naked seeds without ovaries and include conifers, cycads, ginkgophytes, and gnetales. Angiosperms are flowering plants and have seeds with ovaries they are also known as broad-leaved trees.
A tree should never be pruned after transplanting. The existing leaves need to absorb sunlight and produce carbohydrates in order to survive. Without that, the tree will experience ‘transplant shock’ and have less of a chance of survival.
Unfortunately, some types of trees can be inherently more difficult to care for than others. When you need to ensure that your tree not only doesn’t die but is able to thrive on your property, calling in a professional can be the best course of action.
As you know, the condition of your commercial building’s surroundings can often create an impression on clients before they ever step inside. If you’re concerned about the impression sickly trees will make, we’re always available to start treating them.
Trees come in many shapes and sizes, and often change dramatically over their lifetime. Some grow tall, some grow wide and some have extensive root systems. These are all things to consider when planting a tree in your yard, to prevent damaging utility lines, or your property.