Do you need urgent tree removal service due to a storm? Don’t worry! Rutherford Tree Service offers emergency tree service available throughout the day, no matter the day of the week. There is no holiday when it comes to providing emergency service because it can happen at the most unexpected time. Whether your emergency occurs in the evening or the wee hours, you can count on us to be there to extend our service!
As a locally-run tree company, Rutherford Tree Service offers reliable and safe tree care to all residents of the community. Our unparalleled dedication is what sets us apart from our competitors as well as our utmost professionalism. We know how much you want to keep the beauty and safety of your tree, which is why we intend to help in every way possible. We want to be there for when you need a team to improve the aesthetics and the structure of your tree. Our arborists are trained, skilled, and experienced, so you can have the peace of mind that all your concerns are taken care of.
Do you want to find out whether your tree is at risk of falling or not? We have listed some common signs of an unhealthy tree below.
Presence of damaged and dying branches
If the branches look damaged and unhealthy, it may be a sign that your tree requires treatment. Your tree may begin to lose foliage, and its branches will show signs of decay. This is a sure sign that your tree is in danger and may die soon enough. If this is the case, don’t hesitate to call professional tree service for help.
Drooping tree limbs
If you notice some hanging limbs, it is high time to get in touch with a professional tree company to prevent accidents caused by falling branches. It is never ideal for keeping a tree that has hanging limbs because they are a potential hazard to you and other pedestrians.
Cracks at branch origin
Some trees that have thin bark are vulnerable to splitting. This may be due to outside elements such as changing weather and natural phenomenon. When you notice cracks and splits in any of your tree’s branches, call us right away to fix the situation.
Decayed trunk or branches
Not getting enough nutrients or sunlight are some of the common reasons for rotten trunk and branches. In some instances, insects inhabit the tree, which causes the eventual decay. This will cause the tree to have a weak trunk that can lead to its fall.