Tel: 512-215-1551
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Trimming and Pruning

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There are reasons to prune a tree, reasons like maintaining the health, training the plant, rejuvenating the tree, improving the quality of branches, flowers and the tree as a whole. When beginning a job, the specialists at Joe’s Tree Care take an objective look at the job before them. They take into consideration the health of the tree and the client’s request. First we remove all dead branches back to the stem, this sometimes opens the canopy enough so that the consumer is satisfied, but other times due to requests of the client, infestations or disease on the tree, the team must continue. Removing lateral or sick branches is a way to insure the health of the tree and to guarantee that it is trained according to the requirements the client. Finally we dress the wounds made by trimming and pruning because there is strong evidence that diseases can get in through said wounds if they are left untreated. Contact us to set up a free estimate.

Tree Removal

Dead trees are aesthetically displeasing, although they are not the only trees with that quality. Dead trees are dangerous because they are easily lit on fire. They are susceptible to…

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Reforestation

Joe believes reforestation is necessary to maintain Central Texas beautiful. Due to this belief, Joe’s Tree Care offers a free tree with every removal done. The company has teams with the…

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Trimming and Pruning

There are reasons to prune a tree, reasons like maintaining the health, training the plant, rejuvenating the tree, improving the quality of branches, flowers and the tree as a whole….

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Raised Canopy and Roof Clearance

Many times trees near your house grow branches that get too close to your roof. Although these branches might be perfectly healthy they pose a threat to your home, whether…

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Stump Grinding

After removing a tree the tree stomp remains. some people decide to keep this stump as a reminder or as decoration, however the space the stump occupies cannot be used…

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