Tree Service Atlanta
Tree pruning, removal, and more – from our sister company,
We fertilize and protect ornamental trees and shrubs from insects and disease. For everything else, including care of native trees, there’s Arbor-Nomics Tree. Like our techs, the team at our sister company is well-trained and highly knowledgeable.
Meet Barry Smith, the Owner of Arbor-Nomics Tree
Barry earned a degree in forestry from Kentucky State University and has practiced urban forestry ever since. With his wealth of knowledge and decades of experience, you are in good hands when you reach out to Arbor-Nomics Tree.
Trees should be pruned at least every two years. Why is pruning important?
- Removing dead or damaged branches improves health and appearance.
- Pruning increases air flow, which discourages insects.
- It also lets in more sunlight, encouraging grass under the tree to grow.
When a tree is dead or too damaged to be saved, removing it safely is our top priority.
- We opt for limb-by-limb removal vs. using heavy equipment.
- This is the best way to prevent damage to your lawn and landscape.
- Then we clean up, so you won’t be able to tell we were ever there.
- Tree Fertilization
- Shrub Maintenance
- Tree Appraisals
- Insect & Disease Control
- Lightning Protection
- Stump Grinding
For a free estimate on any tree services, please call 770.368.0072 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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