As the weather gets warmer and the days get longer, it’s time to start thinking about Tanasbourne Tree Service tree care for spring. Tree Time Tree Service of the Portland, Metro offers a variety of spring tree services. Our Tanasbourne Tree Service is one of a kind and our trained professional staff will help you with all your tree care needs. From trimming and pruning to tree removal and stump grinding, we have the experience and expertise to get the job done right.
For trees that have been damaged by the winter weather, our Tanasbourne Tree Service can help. We can assess the damage and recommend the best course of action to take to restore your tree to its former glory. We also offer a variety of other tree services. Check out our video above!
Why choose Tree Time Tree Service for Tanasbourne Tree Service?
- We are a local, family-owned business.
- We have over 20 years of experience in the tree service industry.
- We offer a wide range of tree services.
- We are fully insured for your protection.
- We offer free estimates.
Does Tree Time Tree Service offer free estimates for spring tree services?
Yes, we offer free estimates for all of our tree services. Simply contact us today and one of our trained professionals will be happy to provide you with a free estimate. Spring is a busy time of the year for Tree Time Tree Service and our Tanasbourne Tree Service is top rated. There is a lot of work getting trees ready for the warmer weather. We are committed to providing our customers with the best tree care possible, so please contact us today to schedule a free estimate. Thanks for choosing Tanasbourne Tree Time Tree Service!
Spring Tree Cleaning Starts at the base of the Tree
Remove debris, such as twigs, leaves, and other waste that may have accumulated beneath and around trees. It’s time to remove any protective plastic or coverings you may have put up during the winter months, which is a sign that it’s time to get some bright ideas for summer. Raking up any detritus that has accumulated beneath or around the tree, such as fallen fruit or old leaves, is a good idea because it protects the tree from disease and fungus.
Examine Trees for Their Condition and Disease Status
Look for symptoms of tree illness, such as broken branches, holes, molds, and fungus. Also, pay attention to which branches do not produce flowers or leaves. If you don’t live near a healthy tree, there may be some dead and ready-to-be pruned wood on the ground. In this circumstance, it’s best to remove them by a skilled Portland tree trimming service such as Urban Forest Professionals. When plants dry out in cold winter weather, they can suffer from winter desiccation, also known as “winter burn.” Another problem is that the sun’s rays are more intense during summer, causing sunscald. Sunscald on branches results in vertical cracks in tree bark. The discoloration is another indication that something may be wrong. If a plant absorbs too much water, it can turn yellow.
If you have concerns about damage, consult with a knowledgeable arborist for expert advice. When to cut branches, when to add supportive cables, and when it’s best to remove the tree entirely instead of risking it crashing during the next storm are all questions that our Portland ISA-certified arborists can answer.
Fertilize your Trees
Fertilizing in the spring months is also possible. When soil is nutrient-deficient in the macronutrients and micronutrients that trees require to grow, fertilizer is a smart choice. Take a look at the shoot development of an existing tree to determine if it requires fertilizer. Take notice of the growth that occurs in a single year, especially on trees that have been there for many years. Fertilizer may be required if the shoot growth is less than 2 inches in length. Of course, arborists that are certified consider a variety of criteria while determining the best fertilization technique.
Foliage color, soil type, and the yard’s history should all be considered after soil testing. It’s best to provide a slow-release fertilizer before the tree’s spring growth spurt in order to avoid any issues with timing. Fertilization timing differs by location, soil type, and species, but applying fertilizer as soon as the soil is workable in the spring is a good rule of thumb.
The best Tanasbourne Tree Service and tree care for spring
You can rely on Tree Time Tree Service for everything from tree removal to pruning, fertilization, and more throughout the spring. Our clients appreciate how far we go in terms of tree service. Tanasbourn residents are so pleased with the work that they’ve given us over 60 Google reviews, putting us at the top of our field. Please contact us immediately to schedule a spring Tanasbourne Tree Service, and tree assessment for your property.