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It’s the end of September and you know the Fall winds are on the horizon.  As you begin packing up the back-yard bar-b-q equipment, your eyes settle on that giant maple tree that drops its leaves all over your roof and yard.  This year, you’ve decided you’re done with raking leaves every other day, it’s time for that tree to come down!  You get on the phone with local tree care services only to find out that they are booked out too far to get you out of leaf raking detail for the year.

Have you had a similar experience?
Every year we have customers that face a scenario just like this one.  Let us help you take some of the frustration out of the end of Summer.
Here are a few things you can do keep your yard in top shape while bracing for the Fall weather:

Consider a thorough walk-around and inspection of your yard on a quarterly basis.
This will allow you to identify any signs of distress with your trees, shrubs, and ornamentals.  Catching and addressing a problem while it’s small can help you avoid bigger trouble down the road.

Consider scheduling work early in the season.  Wait times for schedule dates are typically much shorter in the late Winter and Early Spring.
If you’ve noticed a dead tree or a hanging limb, don’t wait until the end of Summer to get it taken care of.  We are here for you, year-round!

If you are concerned with a tree or ornamental in your landscape, contact us!
One of our professionals would be happy to make a site-visit, identify any potential concerns, and provide an always free, written cost estimate.
No obligation, no high-pressure sales tactics.

Enjoy your landscape and leave the hard work to us!

 

Laura Graybill
Manager
Darrel Emel’s Tree Service

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