Tree Care Specialists Beaumont, CA
Tree Care Specialists Beaumont are your best choice for all your tree care needs. We handle everything from tree trimming and removal to evaluation of the health of trees and ongoing maitenance of trees on your property. We provide expert insight into the tree-care process. Trees and shrubs are one of the greatests assets to a home's "curb appeal." Whether you are looking to prepare your home for selling and need it to look its very best or you simply want to come home to a well-kept haven at the end of each day we can keep your trees and shrubs in tip-top shape. We love working directly with you to ensure our tree care meets your needs and allows the beauty of your home to shine. In an effort to help you determine which services we offer might best fit your needs and to give you a general overview of the tree care process we have listed some of our most frequestly recieved questions and their answers below. Keep reading below to find answers to frequently asked questions.
How Soon Can You Be Here?
We do offer same-day tree removal and emergency tree removal though. We recommend scheduling as early in advance as possible to avoid emergencies and allow us to suggest appropriate plans of action before emergency tree removal is necessay. Trees that exhibit signs of leaning, decay, or unhealth are giving warning signs of a potentially dangerous fall. Falling trees can be dangerous and cost huge amounts in repair if they fall on structures. Avoid this situation by letting us begin helping today!
Can you remove trees (including the stump)?
Yes, we offer trimming, limb removal, branch removal, pruning, and full tree and stump removal for residents of Beaumont, CA and surrounding areas.
What is the average cost to have my trees trimmed?
It is difficult to give a one-size-fits all answer here, but most residential jobs cost between $500-$1000. Our goal is to provide you with excellent service at fair and honest pricing. We work to provide you with exceptional value and honest treatment for excellent pricing.
Do you provide commercial tree care services?
Yes, please call us here for more info.
What are some signs of an unhealthy tree?
Trees that are unhealthy usually exhibit signs of disease or other problems which are warning signs that action needs to be taken. These warning signs often include...
Presence of Mushrooms or Mildew- Trees often decay from the inside out making it very difficult to know beforehand that there is a problem until it is too late. An early warning sign is the presence of mildew, mushrooms or other fungi. If you see a powdery grey or white substance on the trunk or base of the tree, this could likely be mildew. The primary concern with mold and mildew is not that it directly kills the tree. Instead, the mold and mildew weaken and stiffen the tree so that it becomes stunted in its growth and prone to snapping and breaking- a dangerous situation.
Discoloration or shriveling of the leaves- Any change in the color of the leaves which is not associated with the change of seasons should be indication that the tree may need attention. Discoloration. of leaves is a sign of poor health along with poor leaf density or uneven patterns of growth.
Insects in or on the tree- Insects in, on, and around the tree are a further warning sign. Some insects are harmless and part of the general ecosystem in which the tree lives, while others carry harmful bacteria which can infect the tree. Our services will help ensure that such care and attention is devoted to your trees to keep them healthy and distinguish benign signs from those pointing to more serious situations.
If you note any of the above signs in your trees please contact us immediately so that we can assess the health of your trees and help you ensure the safest environment possible for you, your family, and your home.
When should I get my trees trimmed?
Trees that bloom in Spring and summer need to be pruned as early as possible to ensure healthy growth and reduce insect or pest infestation. This can pair well with gutter cleaning or other exterior services on your home.
I am planting a new tree, do you have any tips on selecting and caring for the right tree?
Tree care begins when you select which tree to plant. In many cases you will not be able to make this choice, such as when you buy a new home. However in some cases you are able to select which tree to plant. In these cases a number of factors come into play for achieving the best outcome.
The next most important step after selecting the tree is the initial care of the tree at the beginning of its life. These initial years will determine the tree's shape and growth patterns for the rest of its life.
Choosing the Right Type of Tree
Consider the tree's purpose. Do you need this tree to be used as a windbreak, for shade, for curb appeal? Your goal will determine which tree is best for your situation.
Consider the limitations of your location. What is the hardness of the soil? Is it rocky? How much space is available for the tree to grow and spread? How much sun will the tree receive in this location?
Choosing a Healthy Tree
If using bare-root seedlings, the roots must be moist and contains lots of fibers.
If using balled trees or burlaped trees, the root ball should be firm, and especially so near the trunk.
If planting a container grown tree, the container should not have large, encircling roots which go around the entire container.
The roots should be enjoined tightly with the soil and not hanging loosely together.If planting an already developed tree, look for strong, bright, healthy-looking bark. Ensure that the trunk and the limbs are free of insects or any other visual damage. The branches should be evenly distributed around the trunk.
Early Tree Care: Mulching
Mulch serves many roles, and is incredibly helpful to young trees. Mulch insulates the top layer of soil, which serves to provide a buffer from the changing temperatures and ensures the retention of moisture, especially in the summer months. Mulch also prevents the soil from becoming to compacted, weeds from choking out the young tree's root system, and even keeps the tree safe from lawn mower damage. To add mulch, remove grass around the base of the tree in a 4-8ft radius (depending on tree size). Pour the mulch about 3 inches deep without touching the trunk of the tree.
Early Tree Care: Watering
Watering is a vital part of tree care, but the exact guidelines for watering vary immensley depending on region and type of tree. What follows are general recommendations for trees in the southern California climate of Beaumont.
Water new trees immediately after planting. Aim to fully soak the seedling, which is usually accomplished in about 30-60 seconds with a full stream.
Insufficient water is harmful for any plant, but too much water is also undesirable. The goal is to keep the soil moist without becoming soggy. Soggy soil is fully saturated with water and does not dry out. Moist soil feels slightly cool and damp to the touch but not overly saturated. The soil should be moist to about 2 inches of depth, any more than this and the tree is over-watered.
Early Tree Care: Pruning
Winter is the most common time to prune as the tree is dormant and allows new growth to occur. Pruning during the summer months can help restrict the growth of the tree or direct the growth in certain directions, but should be done with care as it can affect the future growth of the tree. Pruning in the Fall is undesirable as it can damage the tree and make it susceptible to fungus.