Ken's Tree Service, we will help you restore your yard back to its pristine condition. No more avoiding the stump when you mow — gain back much-needed space in your yard. We use state-of-the-art equipment that provides the most efficient, thorough results for you. When you call Ken's Tree Service, you can trust that you're calling a reputable company that has the experience to finish the job properly. We have over 20 years of experience, and are licensed, insured, and bonded for your protection.
We're available for consultations if you have a damaged tree and you're not sure what the next course of action should be. Keep your trees healthy and your property looking great for years to come. Tree trimming can reduce hazards related to overgrowth as well as maintenance. Getting rid of branches that may compromise the structural integrity of your tree can help give other branches and limbs the chance to fully bloom and grow. We will keep your tree clean, healthy, and safe all while keeping other foliage and property in surrounding areas undamaged.
An arborist can help guide you through the concept of preventative maintenance to keep your trees in good health, which will help the tree better defend itself against insects, disease, and site problems.
Did you know that trees have existed on Earth for 370 million years? They are found all over the world where climate permits their growth.
It’s important to keep in mind that the process of tree removal isn’t complete until the stumps are removed as well. Otherwise, the stump may start growing new suckers, resulting in the growth of a new tree.
Did you realize that one of the biggest causes of winter power outages is fallen trees and tree branches? Ice, snow and rain can place a lot of weight on shallow rooted trees, causing them to give way.
A diseased tree needs to be completely removed from a property before it starts infecting the other healthy trees on the land. Once the tree has been felled, grinding the stump away will help ensure the abundance of healthy tress and plant life.