Trees & Bees Tree Service
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Trees & Bees is the company you can count on whether you need one time trimming or ongoing tree service in NH. Our New Hampshire tree care partners use modern equipment, insured workers and offer competitive pricing. Trees are the most visible accent on your property and taking care of your trees will keep your entire yard looking great. If you put off getting a tree removed in New Hampshire or ignore a tree with large branches hanging over power lines or property, you could end up with a hazard. When high winds or storms hit, you will be glad you have a professional tree service company in NH that has been looking out for you. Get started now and provide a few details about the types and number of trees on your property, any potential obstacles to accessing your trees and the team at Trees & Bees will get to work.
When you look for the cost of tree service in New Hampshire with Trees & Bees, you know that there won't be any extra fees or markups with our transparent pricing. Many New Hampshire tree care companies will cut corners by not ensuring their employees or by hiding fees until the tree work is completed. Trees & Bees makes sure there is no bait and switch and our NH experts have over two years of experience in the tree care field and can provide:
If all or part of a tree is on New Hampshire land then you will likely need a permit. Generally, homeowners who want to remove a tree in their own backyard or one that is under 10 feet tall do not need prior approval.. Removing larger trees in New Hampshire can cause problems however, as they have larger and deeper roots that are more likely to impact utility or plumbing lines buried nearby. When in doubt, a Trees & Bees pro can help.
The most important factor for your yearly costs of tree service in NH is the type of trees you have. Certain breeds of tree are more difficult to trim, prune and maintain (palm, willow, etc.) while some grow extremely fast and therefore require more frequent trimming (poplar, empress, willow, sycamore). Scheduling a yearly checkup on the health of your trees will also help you avoid diseases that can result in expensive removal and replacement of your trees.
Most people in New Hampshire take care of their trees while they are young, but at a certain point the tree height makes it difficult for the average homeowner. Handheld arborist tools will only get you so far, and using a ladder and winging it can be time consuming and potentially dangerous. Also note that New Hampshire tree trimming is a bit of an art, especially with saplings. Shaping a tree properly during its growth is critical to ensure a beautiful tree years down the road and Trees & Bees are experts at shaping all breeds of tree.
We get this question all the time, as it is difficult to tell the difference between New Hampshire tree care companies without actually using them. You are already halfway there, as Trees & Bees partners in New Hampshire are licensed and insured and have met our reputation standards for providing great service. We always recommend that you ask for specifics on how a company will service your trees, including equipment used (do they use bucket trucks or heavy equipment for large trees?), tree trimming methods used (make sure they do not use 'topping' or other aggressive approaches that can weaken a tree), and how many clients do they have in New Hampshire? Asking these questions of New Hampshire tree trimming companies should give you a good feel of the right fit for your trees.
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