Hazardous Tree Assessment
The most useful way to analyze the health of trees is to have
experienced personnel do a visual inspection where sick trees can be
easily inspected. In some cases, a sick or damaged tree may not need
to be removed. Precision Tree and Landscaping, LLC has the technology
and skilled personnel to determine if your tree can be saved. Special
equipment can measure factors that impact survival rates including
the hollowness of a tree.
If a tree is dead, dying and dangerous, or is in the way of new
construction, then tree removal may be necessary. We offer a custom
approach to tree removal guaranteed to match your needs and budget.
Regardless of the service level you select, our skilled, insured
professionals guarantee your job will be done safely and expertly.
Pruning is the process of removing select branches from a tree.
Pruning is done for a number of reasons including to make the tree
safer, healthier and more attractive, or to improve your view.
Pruning improves the health and appearance of trees, prolonging their useful
life by removing undesirable branches, whether they are dead,
weakened, diseased, or insect-infested.
Depending on your goals, a number of pruning options are available:
Maintains the tree's natural shape, but removes foliage throughout. A
good option for improving your view without sacrificing your trees.
Removes the lower limbs of the tree. Also a good choice for enhancing
Removes branches to form a window, thus improving the view.
A specialized pruning technique frequently performed on large trees,
especially dense pine trees, located near buildings. Generally not
more than a third of the total area is removed in a single operation.
The process allows wind to move through the tree, which reduces the
chance of tree failure. In addition, more light and air can reach the
inner portion of the tree, which reduces needle drop. Overall, crown
reduction can make for a healthier, safer, more attractive tree.
The removal of problematic branches from the tree's crown including
dead, dying, diseased, crowded, or dangerous branches. Very little of
the live crown is removed.
A quick, clean, and efficient way to remove stumps from your
landscaping. First the stump is ground down 6 to 8 inches below
ground level. Stumps in many instances will last for decades and
become very unsightly as they age. Suckers and shoots can
continuously become a problem until the stump dies. Grinding the
stump allows immediate use of the area where a stump used to be.
Chipping is an excellent option for debris removal -- more economical
than hauling and safer than burning. An added bonus is that our
customers can use the resulting chips for mulch, landscape bark, or
even for dust and erosion control.
Insect and Disease Control
Damage and destruction caused by insects and diseases can severely
limit a tree or shrub's ability to manufacture the sugars and
substances needed to remain healthy. As a tree's health suffers and
declines, the odds for defoliation and death sharply increase. A
specialized program for trees and shrubs is the most logical step
toward managing the spread of harmful insects and devastating
Proper pruning improves the health and appearance of shrubs. It
prolongs their useful life by removing undesirable branches, such as
dead, weakened, diseased, or insect-infested branches. We know the
proper pruning procedures to help promote healthy growth.
Storms can rip through an area and leave major damage in their path.
Our qualified technicians provide the expertise needed to carefully
clear trees, branches and debris to help alleviate further damage to
life and property.
Precision Tree & Landscape LLC provides Tree Services from a NJDEP Certified Tree Expert to Warren, Sussex, & Hunterdon Counties NJ and Surrounding Areas Including: Hackettstown, Phillipsburg, Belvidere, Newton, Sussex, Flemington, Readington, Clinton, Frenchtown, Blairstown, Allamuchy, Knowlton, Hardwick, Vernon, Sparta, Wantage, Andover, Stillwater, Jefferson, Rockaway, Mount Olive, Roxbury, Chester, West Milford, Hope, Washington, Mansfield & More |