Tree Care That Enhances Curb Appeal

NexGen Landscaping offers Tree Care that enhances your community’s respiratory health, as well as bring shade and curb appeal to your property.

Shrub Pruning

Shrub pruning is the practice of selectively trimming branches and foliage of shrubs to promote health, shape, and aesthetics. It involves removing dead or diseased branches, thinning out crowded areas, and shaping the shrub to desired size and form. Proper timing is essential, with most pruning done during the dormant season or after flowering. Regular maintenance ensures shrubs remain healthy, well-structured, and visually pleasing additions to the landscape.

Storm Damage

Storm damage refers to the destruction caused by severe weather events such as hurricanes, tornadoes, or heavy rainstorms. It includes structural damage to buildings, fallen trees, power outages, and flooding. Assessing and repairing storm damage promptly is essential to ensure safety and prevent further deterioration. Homeowners and communities may need to collaborate with professionals such as contractors, arborists, and utility workers to address the aftermath of severe storms effectively.

Tree Removal

Tree removal involves cutting down and removing trees from a property. It may be necessary for various reasons, such as disease, structural damage, or safety hazards. Professional arborists assess tree health and provide recommendations for removal when necessary. The process typically includes cutting down the tree, removing branches, and grinding the stump. Proper disposal and recycling of tree debris are essential to minimize environmental impact.

Emergency Tree Care

Emergency tree care encompasses immediate response to tree-related hazards, such as fallen or damaged trees posing safety risks. Arborists prioritize rapid assessment and mitigation to address dangers to people, property, or infrastructure. Services may include tree removal, limb removal, and temporary stabilization measures. Quick action helps prevent further damage and ensures safety. Communities and homeowners should have emergency plans in place and contact qualified professionals for tree care.