Friday, January 11, 2013

Tree Care In The Winter: Call True Cut Tree Care!

Most people tend to forget about their trees in the winter, when it's grey and cold and nasty outside, but actually it is a very good time to trim and prune trees - especially oak trees, because this is the time they are dormant and it is less stress on the tree.

If you have a tree that is dead or dying, now is also a great time for you to call and set up a free estimate. A dying tree is a very dangerous liability for a homeowner and the sooner you get it taken care of the better. A lot of people try to wait, whether its for financial reasons, time constraints, they want to see if the tree bounces back...and well - we take credit, and in some cases can set up payment options, you don't have to be there on the day of the removal, and most likely if your tree is dying, there's not much you can do. If it rots out and gets worse, its only going to be more dangerous to remove (especially if there's a storm and falls over ) which will end up costing you even more. We will come out and go over in detail the work that would need to be done and how we will do it.

The crew at  True Cut Tree Care work all year long, the sleet and snow don't scare us off. We have the large equipment and machinery ready to do the worst of jobs, especially after an ice storm when the trees are fallen, or very hazardous to climb. Our large bucket truck makes a lot of tree jobs easier for us and safer for our customers. And we are licensed and insured with a large general liability policy and workman's comp, and we are highly experienced safe workers.

Call Frank at (248) 798-5909 to set up your free estimate!

True Cut Tree Care works all over the Metro Detroit area. Here are some of the cities we service:

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  • Hey Everybody! True Cut Tree Care urges everyone to plant a tree this year! Call us for advise on what kind of tree will work for your property!  And don't forget about ARBOR DAY this year, on April 26th!