The experienced arborists at All About Trees have been serving homes and business in the Kansas City Metropolitan area for an average of 17 years each. Quality, professionalism, and a scientific understanding of tree care are what set them apart from the rest. You owe it to yourself to make sure the tree care company you use is fully insured. 1. Liability Insurance: This covers your property in case of any damage resulting from tree services performed. 2. Workman's compensation: This covers the homeowner for any liability due to loss of work from a tree service employees injury.
STUMPED About the Best Way to Remove Tree Stumps? Although people do not think about stump removal as often as tree cutting and tree trimming, stump removal is an important aspect of tree care. Stump grinding can be done on your own, but most of the time it makes more sense for an arborist to take care of it. Often, removing a stump is time consuming and dangerous. Usually, it is best to hire skilled arborists. All About Tree Care will ensure that your stump removal goes smoothly.
Tree pruning is a technique that can be successfully learned by many homeowners with some research and practice. With the exception of fairly large trees most instances where pruning may be necessary is something you can do without professional assistance. A pivotal aspect when pruning these undesirable branches is to remove these portions while avoiding damage to the stem and trunk areas of the tree. But first it's important to recognize the anatomy of these particular regions on a tree. Branches of the tree will grow from stems at the buds or nodes, pruning will always take place on the branch side of these buds/nodes.
Many homeowners often become tired of the colorless, mundane landscape design inhabiting their yards. However when it comes time to make a change, many become confused and often lack direction or proper guidance. Our professional arborists wanted to provide some helpful tips and knowledge to give your landscape the style and charm you've been looking for. With a variety of tree and shrub options, it can be intimidating. Invest some time before you begin your landscape project to help determine which trees, shrubs, bushes and other flowering plants will be best suited to your front and/or backyard landscape vision.
All about trees carefully ropes all heavy limbs to keep your home and your lawn from being damaged by their fall. Our commitment to fully insuring our staff and our work gives you the peace of mind that the job will not only be done right, but with no risk to your property. Have you ever wanted to trim a neighbor's tree that is infringing on your property? It may seem like a good idea at the time, and it is legal as long as you do not cross your property line. However, trimming a tree non-professionally is highly dangerous.
Those affected by the devastating tornadoes and storms in the Oklahoma area are in our thoughts here at All About Tree Care. Remember Tornadoes are one of nature's most violent forces. It is important to discuss an emergancy plan with your family, and gather supplies in the event that a tornado may occur.
Trees are a beautiful part of nature, but sometimes it is necessary to remove them. Whether it is for a safety reason, a landscaping reason, or because the tree is dead or diseased, tree removal is vital for homeowners everywhere. The main purpose of hiring an arborist to cut down your tree: safety. As a homeowner, you most likely do not have the correct equipment, knowledge of how to operate the equipment, and proper safety training. Also, a tree is especially dangerous if it is close to your house, the street, or nearby power lines, even if the tree is relatively small.
Springtime has arrived for us here in the Midwest, like many you may be eager to enjoy time outdoors getting the most out of your homes landscape. But springtime also means burdensome storms, microbursts, lightening, hail, tornadoes and high winds. Late snowfall is not uncommon either, all these factors contribute to unexpected stress on trees and plants on your property. Damage and aggravation can be avoided however, if homeowners take simple precautions and consult a tree care specialist prior to the approaching storm season.