Let's say you have a tree that's either diseased or damaged or perhaps even already fallen. These could be good indicators that it may be time to call a professional tree removal company. If this sounds like you, call Huntington Tree Service to remove the tree and provide excellent customer service, all for a great low rate. After many years of serving the Huntington area, we have grown in the areas of customer service, careful and efficient tree removal services, and have been able to maintain our affordable rates along the way.
Depending on the tree's shape, location, and appearance, it can add or subtract from the value of your home. In some cases we've seen trees that provide a perfect amount of shade in the backyard while maintaining a rounded and healthy shape. Trees like this can provide a young family a cool backyard to play in, and make your home more desirable should you consider putting your home on the market. However, on the other hand, we have also seen trees that are poorly located and that have even taken away from the landscape of your home. Not to mention, some trees pose a risk to the health and safety of people and property around them. This is where we come in, we can provide the expert inspection and recommend either removing the tree or trimming the tree back. Over the years, we have made sure to provide honest, unbiased tree removal recommendations. Call to get your FREE inspection and estimate today from Huntington Tree Service.When you think about trees causing damage in a neighborhood, most people often think about the trunks or the branches falling and creating a hazard.
While this happens a lot, there's another thing that secretly crawls around your yard and has the potential to disrupt the foundation of your home. The roots of the tree. While most times we spend our days removing branches and tree trunks, tree roots can have an enormous negative impact on the foundation of your home or business. We've also seen cases where the roots or trunks grow into the property’s fencing, most often chain link fences. Once these roots grow into chain link fences, it takes a professional to be able to extract the tree trunk without damaging the fence. While it may seem appealing to plant trees along the side of your house, most people don't pay attention to the distance between where the tree is planted and the start of your home's foundation. Years later, this leads to damaged foundations and more money to fix it. If you have a questionable tree that is close to the foundation of your home, give Huntington Tree Service a call today.
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