Winter can pose as a treacherous time when it comes to trees near and around your home. Heavy snow, ice, and heavy winds can create a recipe for disaster on trees, causing them to drop large branches or fall entirely. These types of incidents can endanger your home, vehicles, and family if they are not properly taken care of. Here are three reasons to consider KMA Tree Service for your tree removal in MA.
One thing that sets KMA Tree Service apart from the rest is the fact that owner and operator, Kevin Amero is a certified arborist. What does this mean for you? Becoming a certified arborist requires a higher degree of knowledge and understanding when it comes to the maintenance and treatment of trees. In addition to passing a formal exam, continuous education is also required in order to withhold the arborist certification. While this certification isn’t required for tree removal in MA, Kevin takes pride in offering the trusted knowledge and best experience that comes with the certification to each and every customer.
Years of Experience
In addition to being a certified arborist, KMA Tree Service also has the years of experience to back it up. Over 25 years in the business makes the KMA team well-versed in all aspects of tree services. If trees and branches are not removed properly, it can put your property and family at risk for damage or even injury. Years of experience in the field allows KMA to be at the forefront of safe and effective tree services, no matter the situation.
Fast & Accurate Service
The ever-changing New England weather can pose as a hazard for weak or damaged trees on or around your property. This is why it is important to have your tree removal services done accurately and promptly the first time. You never know when the next snow or ice storm or heavy winds are coming, and trusting the service of KMA will assure you the job is done correctly in no time.
For more information on tree removal in MA, call KMA Tree Service at 978-373-1779.
Native to Russia and Asia, the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is a beetle that has made its way to the New England region causing significant damage to the Ash tree population. Attacking and burrowing in Ash trees, the Emerald Ash Borer significantly damage and eventually kill off a high amount of Ash tree containing forests. Here are some signs that trees may be infested with this beetle, and when tree removal is necessary.
Where Does It’s Name Come From?
The Emerald Ash Borer gets its name from its dark, metallic green color. It also has a purple-colored abdomen underneath its wings, and averages at around half an inch long. The larva of this beetle, which burrow paths and tunnels between the bark and the wood of the Ash tree are creamy white in color, legless, and contain bell-shaped body segments. Most adult EABs can fly about half a mile from where they hatch, but most infestations occur from the transportation of infested ash wood such as firewood, logs, or nursery trees into an uninfested area.
What Trees Are At Risk
Small, dying, or stressed trees are highly susceptible for an EAB infestation, as the beetles prefer to lay their eggs in these conditions, but healthy Ash trees are also vulnerable to an attack. Signs such as D-shaped exit holes, traces or paths in a back and forth pattern, or vertical fissures or cracks on the bark of the tree can signal an EAB infestation. A telltale sign of an infested tree is seen within its canopy. You will notice a die back from the top third of the Ash tree’s canopy, making its way down until it is completely dead. Small Ash trees can die withing one to two years of infestation, while larger and healthier trees could take up to four years.
What do I do if I have Infested Trees?
It is important that infested trees be removed in order to help combat this nationwide and highly threatening issue. Tree removal in MA is especially important since the EAB does not have any known predators in the area, making it extremely difficult to get rid of. If you suspect an EAB infestation, have it taken care of by calling KMA Tree Service at 978-373-1779 or send an inquiry through our Web form Click Here