Certified Arborists are individuals who have achieved a level of knowledge in the art and science of tree care through experience and by passing a comprehensive examination developed by some of the nation’s leading experts on tree care.
The healthier your trees are, the safer they are against damage. Pruning trees correctly, to ensure balance, can also help mitigate issues caused by strong winds and storms.
Pruning trees correctly is more complicated than many people think. Contact our North County San Diego tree service for expert advice from a certified arborist and highly trained workers. Putting off pruning can cause a variety of different issues.
There are often complications that arise when a new tree is planted next to a tree stump from a tree that was infected with a disease. Let one of our arborists make a few suggestions before you start purchasing and … Continue reading
It might be, but it might not be. There are many different factors that affect whether or not you should plant a tree near your home. One of our certified arborists can give you all of the information you need … Continue reading
Tree Reduction is often used interchangeably with Topping but they are not the same! Topping is one of the most harmful tree pruning practices, yet many tree service companies still do it. Tree Barber can help reduce the size of … Continue reading
Our certified arborist at Tree Barber will be happy to visit your property and give you specific recommendations. In general, we recommend the removal of dead or dry branches, pruning lower branches of trees 12’from the ground, and the removal … Continue reading
Missing bark can be an indication that a tree is sick. Overexposure due to missing bark could also potentially attract an insect infestation.
You might. A certified arborist can tell you whether or not a leaning tree is a safety hazard in any given situation.
Again, it is important to have an arborist look at the tree in question. It could be a sign that the tree is unstable and could uproot during a storm.