Palm Tree Removal
Florida is well-known for its palm trees. In fact, the sabal palm (Sabal palmetto) has been designated as the state tree by the 1953 Florida legislature. The palm tree even appears on the state seal. Needless to say, there are countless palm trees across the state including Volusia County. There are many varieties of palm trees and while most of them stay strong and mighty for decades, some need to be cut down. Aardvark Tree Service is here to assist you when you need palm tree removal services.
Our team is extensively trained to carry out all kinds of tree maintenance services no matter how simple or complex the job may seem. Because of the abundance of palm trees across our Volusia County service areas, we can say that we are widely experienced in palm tree removal. As much as possible, we are all about saving trees and keeping them healthy and alive for a long time, which is why we offer tree maintenance services. However, there are times when tree removal is necessary especially when a tree has become hazardous.
Here are some palm tree pruning techniques that might help you save a pam tree from being removed.
Removing Palm Trees in Ormond Beach
The palm tree is an iconic Florida symbol. While some palm trees have been around for decades, some are planted for aesthetic purposes. Landscaped homes and commercial properties are lined with beautiful palm trees that exude a lovely tropical feel. And so many were devastated when news broke about how these palm trees in Florida are under attack by a deadly disease. Lethal bronzing has now become a nearly statewide infestation. It starts when a small plant-hopping insect infests a palm tree. Once infected by the fatal disease, the palm tree dries up within months. Since it is beyond saving, property owners simply have no choice but to get the palm trees removed.
It is difficult to avoid such infestations; however, with proper and regular tree maintenance, you can at least have the peace of mind that your palm trees remain safe and healthy for a long time. For instance, you probably already know by now that there are numerous palm tree species found in Florida. They vary in terms of height and spread. When planting a palm tree on your property, you must plan carefully because you need the right plan in the right place. Some palm varieties simply grow better in certain parts of the county while they struggle in other areas. For example, if you have a property by the sea, it is important to remember that not all palm species can live with salt spray. To lessen the chance of removing a palm tree sooner than expected, consult with an expert on what variety would grow best in your property. Also, it would be great to check out these palm tree watering tips.
It is always best to contact a professional to remove palm trees on your property. The process can be dangerous and risky for you and your property. Prevent damages caused by improper tree removal by calling an expert to assist you. Read about the dangers of palm tree removal in New Smyrna Beach.
Call for a Free Palm Tree Removal Estimate
Palm trees, although strong and mighty, still need some care and maintenance. When newly planted, growth can be assisted by the right amount of fertilizers. They like moist yet drained soil so you need to make sure that you have good quality soil in your property and you water them quite frequently especially when they’re young and newly planted. Proper tree trimming must also be observed – only those dry and dead leaves must be removed. For expert assistance in Ormond Beach palm tree removal and maintenance, call Aardvark Tree Service. We are available in Port Orange, Daytona Beach, New Smyrna Beach, DeLand, and surrounding areas in Volusia County. You may reach us at 386-310-8022 for a free palm tree removal estimate.