Pine Tree Removal
Looking for professional assistance in pine tree removal? Aardvark Tree Service is here to help. We have a team of experienced, extensively trained and fully equipped staff who can assist you with all of your tree maintenance needs. Though cutting down a pine tree seems like a fairly simple task, it is still highly recommended for you to work with a licensed contractor. These trees can grow anywhere from 50 to 150 feet. Especially if you have a residential or commercial property, it is important to keep your surroundings safe by trimming or removing potentially hazardous pine trees.
Pine trees are strong and beautiful. Fresh ones are most popular during the December holiday season for those who use these as Christmas trees for their homes. Note that not all pine trees are meant for this purpose, but most of them are useful as lumber or habitat for wildlife. With proper care, maintenance, and when planted in rich soil, some pine tree varieties can grow up to 3 feet per year. Within a few years, it is likely for you to have an incredibly tall pine tree on your property.
Pine Tree Varieties in Florida
Many of them look very similar to each other but there are numerous varieties of pine trees. Several Florida pine tree varieties grow on our state’s soil including the following:
- Slash Pine
- Longleaf Pine
- Spruce Pine
- Sand Pine
- Shortleaf Pine
- Loblolly Pine
- Pond Pine
Pine trees grown specifically to be used as Christmas trees in Florida include the Sand Pine, Spruce Pine, Leyland Cypress, Virginia Pine, and the red cedar. If you choose to use a fresh Christmas tree for your home this coming holiday season, consider getting one that’s grown in Florida. Other than the fact that it is less expensive, you can help boost Florida’s economy while supporting the state’s farmers. Furthermore, less fuel is used to transport the tree, which, of course, is good for the environment.
Sometimes, you don’t have to remove a pine tree complete, you simply need to trim them to make them beautiful and healthy again. Here’s how to trim a pine tree. Better yet, call the tree trimming experts at Aardvark Tree Service!
Daytona Beach Pine Tree Removal
Christmas trees are only one of the things pine trees are used for. Since these evergreen trees grow quite quickly, they’re an excellent habitat choice for wildlife. In addition to just holiday decor, pines may be used commercially as lumber and paper. Whether you’re planning to remove a pine tree so you can use its wood for another purpose or you’re simply freeing your property from potentially hazardous trees especially when it’s hurricane season, Aardvark Tree Service is here to assist you.
Removing pine trees in Daytona Beach can be very risky when you’re cutting one that’s close to the structure of your home, place of business, your driveway, roads, or commercial areas where people are. Their great height makes it challenging to remove these trees safely without damage to property or injury to humans. Ask help from a licensed tree contractor since these companies have the knowledge, experience, and more importantly the right equipment to carry out any tree removal job that you require.
Here are some pine tree removal tips you might find useful.
Aardvark Tree Service offers tree removal services for all kinds of tree varieties that grow in the Florida area. We also provide other tree maintenance services like tree trimming, tree pruning, stump removal, preventive tree maintenance, and many more. Aside from Daytona Beach pine tree removal service, we are also available in Port Orange, Ormond Beach, New Smyrna Beach, and surrounding areas. Schedule an appointment with our team today. You may call us at 386-233-5069 to get a free estimate!