This season has been a hot one! The heat and dry weather of the summer months can have a very negative effect on trees and plants. Acquiring tree services in MA during the warm season is extremely important in order to keep them strong, healthy, and looking beautiful throughout the year.
Whether you need tree trimming, limb clearing, pruning or full tree removal, summer is the best time to focus on tree services in MA and care so that you have healthy trees year-round! It is definitely safe to say that KMA Tree Service knows a thing or two about tree maintenance. Here is a list of the best ways to care for your trees this summer:
Inspect your trees and shrubs.
Keeping an eye on your grass and flower beds are the easy part! In fact, this probably happens regularly, but remembering to look up once and a while to check the health of your trees can be easily forgotten. Especially after the harsh New England winter, it is important to check your trees for damage. Also, be sure to check for insect infestations and diseases, wounds, and decay. If there is any sign of concern, KMA Tree Service is here to help!
Prune dead or unsafe branches.
Not only does summer bring the sun, the sand and fun activities, it also brings in those strong summer storms! It is always the perfect time to prepare your trees for any weather that may come. Ridding the tree of unsafe, dead, damaged or diseased branches will help ensure the structure is strong and will also encourage healthy future growth.
Prune large established trees.
When it comes time to prune large trees, it is best to hire a qualified tree care professional who has the proper skill and equipment needed. When pruning your trees try to consider the natural form of the tree whenever possible. However, a professional tree service in MA, like KMA Tree Service, not only has the skill and proper equipment, they are also ISA Certified Arborists and therefore know what is best for your trees!
For more information about tree service in MA or other maintenance tips, contact KMA Tree Service at (978) 373-1779