1. Spotted Lanternfly:
The spotted lanternfly comes out in the summer, attracted by Ailanthus trees but also Maples, fruit trees, and Evergreens. Not only are they everywhere, but they attract bees and other insects as well.
Cabling utilizes high-strength cables to help limit the motion of large branches and, more importantly, branch unions.
3. Pre-fall Coloring:
A common sign that your tree is in bad health is lead discoloration. If leaves start to change into their fall colors too early, this could be a sign that the tree is sick or dying.
Here at Timber Works Tree Care, we care about our customers, your trees, and your property. Each job is a chance to show you our great attitudes, strong work ethic, and a desire to meet and exceed every customer’s expectations!
We treat every client and co-worker with respect and professionalism
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