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Newnan, GA Tree Services

770-TREE-GUY has the right certifications, skills, and expertise to deliver an uncompromising standard of excellence in care for the trees on your landscape. If you are looking for state of the art tree services, trust 770-Tree-Guy to provide the right solutions. We are available 24/7 to provide emergency services for your trees. We also offer tree pruning, tree wellness, tree removal, and much more. Every tree is valuable so we strive to provide the highest quality services for optimal tree care.

A Trusted Tree Service Company

In Newnan, GA and the nearby areas, we are proud to be a trusted tree service company.. With an ISA certified arborist on staff, your trees will be in capable hands. If your tree is sick, our arborist can find the cause of the illness and make the best recommendations for improving your tree’s health. In addition to care for the sick, our tree service also offers preventative care to ensure the longevity of your trees.

Stay Safe with Tree Service

Whether dodging falling limbs or navigating tree stumps, trees can sometimes pose a danger on your land. The safety of your family and home is of the utmost importance. Using safe and arboriculturally appropriate methods, our trusted tree service can remove damaged trees, fallen limbs, and tree stumps.. Because we are TRAQ (Tree Risk Assessment Qualified) certified, you can have peace of mind about the safety of your property and home. Before a tree becomes too precarious, contact 770-Tree-Guy to assess the potential hazard. All our suggestions will be prioritizing your safety as well as the livelihood of your trees.

Contact Us

Contact 770-TREE-GUY to receive a free estimate or  request our local tree service by calling us at 770-873-3489 today. We look forward to providing the top-quality tree care services you can depend on.

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  • Why Tree Topping Should Not Be at The Top of Your List: Part 1

    Even after 25 years of research and documentation about the harmful effects, tree topping is still a common practice. Tree topping is easily the most harmful pruning technique possible, yet people will choose to harm their trees in this manner.

    What is Tree Topping and Why would someone choose to top a tree off?

    Simply put, tree topping is a practice of cutting branches off to stubs or weak lateral branches without concern for the long-term health of the tree. Tree topping can also be referred to as “tipping”, “heading”, “hat-racking”, or “rounding over”. By pruning the tree in this manner, the tree’s future is greatly in question, resting upon an irrecoverable stump or a branch not able to be the central core of the tree.

    The excuses given for utilizing the topping method generally are– “The tree is getting too big for my yard,” or “The tree looks like it might fall on my house.” Although the tree’s size is reduced by this arboreal method, the risk posed to your property is not actually neutralized.

    Why is Tree Topping so bad?

    1. Topping stresses your tree out!

    The human body has many adverse reactions to undue stress, so it is no surprise that a tree also has many detrimental effects from too much stress. The top of a tree is extremely important because 50-100% of the leaf-bearing crown is located there. Leaves may not seem that essential, but they are necessary for a tree to be fed. When removed at an alarming rate, the tree goes into starvation mode and survival mechanisms kick in at full force. Basically, the tree is desperately trying to regenerate itself in any way possible. Blooms which should have remained dormant are encouraged along too quickly and the tree forces new growth through off shoots below every cut. Obviously, this intensely fast regeneration takes a great deal of energy. If a tree is not already quite hearty nor holding much reserved energy, the tree will likely die, or will be severely weakened at best. It is easy to see how negative stress and starvation would be for a person and trees are no different.

    1. Topping can lead to decay and disease!

    The issue is with topping and not with pruning in general. Pruning can be done in an appropriate way which will not endanger a tree. Proper pruning methods dictate that all cuts are made at the point of attachment, beyond the branch collar. Think of these cuts like a scrape on the knee of a toddler. The body is prepared to heal small scrapes without any sort of serious medical intervention. Healthy trees are similarly equipped to handle pruning cuts made at the appropriate junctures when the size of the wound is not too big. Topping methods involve making cuts between branches which leaves a stub that the tree may not be able to naturally heal up. Over time, the exposed wood tissues will start to decay. Although a tree will try to contain the decay, dealing with multiple wounds caused by the topping process may cause the decay to overpower the tree and spread throughout the originally healthy parts. The open wounds on the tree will also attract insects and disease which combined with decay will be insurmountable odds for a tree to overcome.

    Tune back in for even more reasons to consider other alternatives to tree topping as well as solutions to trees overgrowth!

  • Show Your Tree That You Care: Mulch

    Mulch can be your tree’s best friend. Proper mulching can encourage the growth and long-term health of your tree.

    Benefits of proper mulching:

    • Helps protect your tree’s soil from the extremes of cold or hot temperatures.

    • Holds water to keep your tree’s roots ideally moist and reduce loss by evaporation.

    • Prevents weed growth.

    • Keeps the soil from being compacted.

    • Limits lawn mower damage.

    • Improves soil quality and fertility.

    • Prevents certain plant diseases.

    • Encourages aesthetics of your yard by having a uniform well-maintained look.

    Mulching essentially is helping your tree have a more natural experience. In the natural world, a tree’s roots are insulated by a healthy blanket of leaves, organic material, and organisms which renew these nutrients naturally. In more urbanized areas, the soil quality is greatly impacted, and trees can suffer greatly. Whether your home is in a city or otherwise, creating a 2-4-inch layer of organic mulch can simulate a more ideal natural setting which will improve the health of your plants.

    A little mulch goes a long way!

    • As with many good things, moderation is still key. There is no benefit to doing more than the recommended 2-4 inches of mulch for your plant. There are detrimental effects on your plant from improper mulching.

    • Organic mulch must gradually decompose. If too much mulch is placed, the decomposition process can become out of balance.

    • If mulch is too deep, it can hold too much moisture and cause root rot.

    • If mulch is piled up too high, it can cause stem problems as well as open your tree up to disease, insects, or even rodent’s gnawing teeth.

    • If mulch has a high fresh grass content in the mix, left unprocessed, it can impact the soil’s pH and deplete vital nutrients in the soil.

    • If the mulch is too thickly blanketed, it can limit the water and air which gets to the soil.

    • If mulch sits too long without proper decomposition, vile smells can start to emit as well as alcohols and acids can form which can easily kill off a young or weak plant.

     

  • Why You Need a Professional Tree Service Removal

    You may think the extra trees in your yard are good, in reality they’re actually dangerous. Click here and understand why you need tree service removal.

    Are you unsure about hiring tree service removal?

    You might not be sure if it’s a good time to remove trees from your property. Or you might be thinking that when the time comes, it’ll be easier to just remove the trees yourself.

    The truth is that there are many reasons you might need tree service removal – and a lot of them have to do with safety. Trees can become dangerous on your property in certain situations, and when you try to remove them yourself, you only add to the danger.

    Fortunately, there are professional removal services to help you out. In this guide, we’ll show you exactly when and why you might need those services. Keep reading before you decide what to do with those trees!

    When You Need Tree Service Removal

    The following situations are good times to call a removal service in. Seemingly harmless situations can actually spell potential disaster if you don’t get these trees removed.

    1. Roof Covered in Debris

    Is your roof getting cluttered with debris from nearby trees?

    Those leaves, branches, and other detritus can potentially damage your roof. At the very least, you should hire a professional to trim away the branches that are hanging directly over the house.

    However, it’s sometimes safer to remove those trees altogether. If a big storm hits, they could end up right on top of your house.

    2. Leaning Trees

    When trees get older, they often start to lean in one direction. Shifts in the soil and root system cause this lean, and it tends to get worse with time.

    Typically, a small lean is fine, but if it becomes drastic and is tilting in the direction of your home, you should get that tree removed as soon as possible.

    3. Unhealthy Trees

    When a tree becomes visibly unhealthy, you should hire tree service removal.

    Not all diseased trees are clearly unhealthy at first glance, but there are often a few giveaways. Look for dead or dying branches, roots that are exposed from the soil, or sprouts that have taken root in the trunk of an old tree. These trees might be dying or already dead.

    A professional can evaluate the tree’s condition and tell you what the best course of action will be.

    4. Power Lines Nearby

    If you have trees that are growing close to power lines, don’t delay to get them removed. Big trees near power lines, or trees with branches growing over the top of the lines, can cause power outages and dangerous downed lines.

    5. Damaged Roots

    The root system is often the first sign of problems with a tree that otherwise looks fine.

    The roots will tell you whether or not the tree is healthy, and how likely it is to fall. If recent work on your property damaged the roots of a tree, or if you see roots coming up out of the ground, you should probably have that tree removed.

    6. Damaged Tree

    If other parts of the tree are damaged, that also makes it a good candidate for removal.

    Bad weather, construction work, and other factors can all damage a tree. Trees can recover from some small damages, but if more than half of the tree has been affected, you’ll definitely want to remove it.

    One exception to this rule is when herbicides caused the damage. Most of the time, these problems will go away after a while and you won’t need to take out the tree.

    7. Poor Trunk Condition

    The trunk is the pillar that holds up the tree. If the trunk is compromised, it’s likely to fall, so you should call tree service removal at the first chance you get.

    Even if the rest of it seems just fine, serious trunk damage is almost always impossible to recover from. However, if less than a quarter of the trunk is damaged, the tree can probably be saved.

    What are some types of trunk damage to look for? Vertical seams and cracks, large gashes, and stubs of dead branches are all bad signs.

    Surprisingly, though, you don’t always need to remove trees with hollow trunks. Many trees can stay stable for years with a hollow trunk. You’ll only need to remove it if it starts to lose stability.

    Not sure about a hollow tree? Check to be sure that’s it’s only one-third hollow or less. If the hollow trunk takes up over a third of the tree, it probably won’t last long and you should have it removed.

    8. Poor Location

    Some locations just aren’t ideal for trees. If a tree is growing near water on your property, or close to a ledge of rock, the root system will probably be shallow and unstable.

    These trees can easily become damaged when environmental factors change just slightly, so it’s best to remove them altogether.

    9. Undesirable Species

    Not all trees are the kind you really want on your property.

    What makes a tree undesirable? It might have weak wood that breaks easily, debris that drops frequently, naturally shallow roots that will mess up your lawn and sidewalks, or frequent infestations of insects. It might also be prone to disease, or be an invasive species that’s threatening to take over the area.

    A few trees that are almost always undesirable:

    • Siberian elm
    • Black locust
    • Mulberry
    • Boxelder
    • Poplar
    • Norway maple
    • Tree of heaven
    • Mimosa
    • Willow

    You might be surprised by some of the popular trees on this list. But just because they’re beautiful doesn’t mean you want them on your property with all the complications they can bring.

    Looking for Tree Service Removal?

    Most of the time, safety is the number one reason a tree needs to be removed. That’s why it’s important to contact tree service removal as soon as possible, before a single tree becomes a major problem.

    Removing trees safely takes a lot of professional equipment and expertise, so don’t try to do it yourself.

    Do you need trees removed in the Peachtree City, Newnan, and Fayetteville area? Contact us today for a consultation

    Why You Need a Tree Trimming Service

    You may think the extra trees in your yard are good, in reality they’re actually dangerous. Click here and understand why you need tree service removal.

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    Are you unsure about hiring tree service removal?

    You might not be sure if it’s a good time to remove trees from your property. Or you might be thinking that when the time comes, it’ll be easier to just remove the trees yourself.

    The truth is that there are many reasons you might need tree service removal – and a lot of them have to do with safety. Trees can become dangerous on your property in certain situations, and when you try to remove them yourself, you only add to the danger.

    Fortunately, there are professional removal services to help you out. In this guide, we’ll show you exactly when and why you might need those services. Keep reading before you decide what to do with those trees!

    When You Need Tree Service Removal

    The following situations are good times to call a removal service in. Seemingly harmless situations can actually spell potential disaster if you don’t get these trees removed.

    1. Roof Covered in Debris

    Is your roof getting cluttered with debris from nearby trees?

    Those leaves, branches, and other detritus can potentially damage your roof. At the very least, you should hire a professional to trim away the branches that are hanging directly over the house.

    However, it’s sometimes safer to remove those trees altogether. If a big storm hits, they could end up right on top of your house.

    2. Leaning Trees

    When trees get older, they often start to lean in one direction. Shifts in the soil and root system cause this lean, and it tends to get worse with time.

    Typically, a small lean is fine, but if it becomes drastic and is tilting in the direction of your home, you should get that tree removed as soon as possible.

    3. Unhealthy Trees

    When a tree becomes visibly unhealthy, you should hire tree service removal.

    Not all diseased trees are clearly unhealthy at first glance, but there are often a few giveaways. Look for dead or dying branches, roots that are exposed from the soil, or sprouts that have taken root in the trunk of an old tree. These trees might be dying or already dead.

    A professional can evaluate the tree’s condition and tell you what the best course of action will be.

    4. Power Lines Nearby

    If you have trees that are growing close to power lines, don’t delay to get them removed. Big trees near power lines, or trees with branches growing over the top of the lines, can cause power outages and dangerous downed lines.

    5. Damaged Roots

    The root system is often the first sign of problems with a tree that otherwise looks fine.

    The roots will tell you whether or not the tree is healthy, and how likely it is to fall. If recent work on your property damaged the roots of a tree, or if you see roots coming up out of the ground, you should probably have that tree removed.

    6. Damaged Tree

    If other parts of the tree are damaged, that also makes it a good candidate for removal.

    Bad weather, construction work, and other factors can all damage a tree. Trees can recover from some small damages, but if more than half of the tree has been affected, you’ll definitely want to remove it.

    One exception to this rule is when herbicides caused the damage. Most of the time, these problems will go away after a while and you won’t need to take out the tree.

    7. Poor Trunk Condition

    The trunk is the pillar that holds up the tree. If the trunk is compromised, it’s likely to fall, so you should call tree service removal at the first chance you get.

    Even if the rest of it seems just fine, serious trunk damage is almost always impossible to recover from. However, if less than a quarter of the trunk is damaged, the tree can probably be saved.

    What are some types of trunk damage to look for? Vertical seams and cracks, large gashes, and stubs of dead branches are all bad signs.

    Surprisingly, though, you don’t always need to remove trees with hollow trunks. Many trees can stay stable for years with a hollow trunk. You’ll only need to remove it if it starts to lose stability.

    Not sure about a hollow tree? Check to be sure that’s it’s only one-third hollow or less. If the hollow trunk takes up over a third of the tree, it probably won’t last long and you should have it removed.

    8. Poor Location

    Some locations just aren’t ideal for trees. If a tree is growing near water on your property, or close to a ledge of rock, the root system will probably be shallow and unstable.

    These trees can easily become damaged when environmental factors change just slightly, so it’s best to remove them altogether.

    9. Undesirable Species

    Not all trees are the kind you really want on your property.

    What makes a tree undesirable? It might have weak wood that breaks easily, debris that drops frequently, naturally shallow roots that will mess up your lawn and sidewalks, or frequent infestations of insects. It might also be prone to disease, or be an invasive species that’s threatening to take over the area.

    A few trees that are almost always undesirable:

    • Siberian elm
    • Black locust
    • Mulberry
    • Boxelder
    • Poplar
    • Norway maple
    • Tree of heaven
    • Mimosa
    • Willow

    You might be surprised by some of the popular trees on this list. But just because they’re beautiful doesn’t mean you want them on your property with all the complications they can bring.

    Looking for Tree Service Removal?

    Most of the time, safety is the number one reason a tree needs to be removed. That’s why it’s important to contact tree service removal as soon as possible, before a single tree becomes a major problem.

    Removing trees safely takes a lot of professional equipment and expertise, so don’t try to do it yourself.

    Do you need trees removed in the Peachtree City, Newnan, and Fayetteville area? Contact us today for a consultation.

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