Newhouse Tree Service has been a family-owned-and-operated business, serving the Los Angeles County and San Fernando Valley, California areas since 1960. With over 60+ years of experience in commercial and residential professional tree trimming and removal, our arborists are here to make your property not only safe from wild fires, but also beautiful. When you hire us, we will advise you about the proper care of your home's trees, shrubs and hedges.
When it comes to having that perfect yard, do not forget to look up! Trimming, pruning and thinning your trees and shrubbery is important to maintain a healthy yard. Newhouse Tree Service provides professional tree trimming and pruning throughout the Los Angeles County and San Fernando Valley areas of California. We are experts at tree care and maintenance. Trees need care because of the potential damage they could cause to your home or structures. Your trees should be inspected periodically for disease, insect infestation, pollution, damage to roots and trunks, and irregular growth patterns in the root system.
Periodic inspections are an excellent way for us to trim out dead branches and assess the stability of your trees, according to their proximity to your home, business structure, or utilities. Newhouse Tree Service regularly inspects trees throughout Los Angeles County, California and will recommend the thinning, removal or trimming of the trees on your property. We recommend tree removal when a tree is damaged, dead, or dying, because they pose potential hazards to your property. Using state-of-the-art equipment, we do safe and complete tree removal.
After you have your trees planted, proper care is essential. It’s important to remember that what you do to your tree in its first few years of life will affect its shape, strength, and even its ultimate life span.
When you have a lot of trees on your property, you could easily spend the entire weekend trying to properly care for them all. If you’d rather not spend all your off time dealing with your trees, we’re always ready to lend a hand.
So how often exactly should you prune or trim your trees and bushes? We recommend a professional pruning either in late winter or in early spring before the trees begin to open their buds. It’s also important to avoid pruning during bouts of extreme heat and extreme cold.
One way to prevent disease in trees and shrubs is to rake the leaves in the Fall. Dead leaves can carry a variety of fungal pathogens that can have adverse effects on your garden.
Did you know that pruning is really the best preventative maintenance that a young tree can receive? Pruning is critical for newly planted trees in order to train and encourage them to develop a strong, robust structure.