As a Charleston, SC homeowner, you know the joys of having trees on your property. Trees provide inviting shade during the long summer months and add beauty to your front yard and backyard no matter the season. Properly maintained trees not only ensure your property’s trees look good. Keeping your trees in ideal shape also helps you save money in the long run. Doing so wards off minor problems like insect infestation long before they become more serious.
Many of your trees can grow very tall. As your tree grows, it may have branches that reach 15 feet or higher. Parts of the branches can get damaged, leaving problems with the overall health of the tree. Climbing high enough to trim the trees on your own can be dangerous. That’s why you’ll want to hire our experts in tree trimming at Stump Stomper. We know how to prune and trim all of your Charleston trees safely. We’ll be there to do the job for you so that you can stay safe and avoid potentially costly injuries from a fall or misuse of trimming equipment.
It can be hard to figure out what might be wrong with your trees on your own. You might see signs like discolored leaves or branches that are drooping. You may also see evidence of harm to your trees, even in the mild climate of Charleston. There may be some trees that lean sideways. It’s not always clear where the source of these issue stems from. Our experts know what’s going on. We’ll develop a plan to fix problems and head off expensive repairs.
Properly Planted Trees
All of your Charleston, SC trees must be properly planted to thrive. Homeowners need to decide where to plant their trees. Some parts of your property may have too much shade, while others can get too much sun. Our experts know exactly where you should plant trees on your property so they can do well from the start. This ensures the trees won’t have to be replaced once you plant them.
Insects pose a danger to your trees. Emerald ash borers, for example, can interrupt the flow of moisture to your trees and leave them lacking in nutrients. Over time, this process can weaken a tree and even kill it. Weevils can stunt your tree’s growth. Gypsy moths lay eggs in trees such as oak and maple. Their larvae eat away at your trees. If left unchecked, they can kill them. Prevention is imperative. Our highly trained arborists know how to spot insect damage and cure it.
Our professionals know how to ensure that your Charleston, SC trees look good all year long. Contact our experts today for help with problems you have with your trees.