Long Island Service Areas

Tree service in Long Island, NY offering trimming, removal, treatment, hedge trimming, cabling, tree purchases and planting, ball moss removal, and stump grinding, all after a thorough diagnosis and assessment by an ISA certified arborist on staff.

We are a full-service tree care company that serves the entire Long Island, NY area. Customer satisfaction is our top priority. We provide dependable, high-quality service that Long Island residents and the rest of New York have come to rely on. All trimming and removal is done by highly trained climbers who have been thoroughly educated by a certified arborist on staff.

We provide same-day emergency tree removal and storm damage service when trees on your property pose an immediate threat that must be fixed quickly.

Service Areas on Long Island

Certified Arborists are needed to keep up with arboriculture guidelines in order to maintain their certification. They have years of professional experience and have passed the International Society of Arboriculture‘s required testing.

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How to prune and trim your trees

Prune all branches that are more than four feet long and growing toward the central core of the tree. Always cut back to a bigger trunk branch. Instead of cutting to see over branches, cut to see through them. Remove any branches that cross, rub against the trunk, or are dead.

In New York, tree trimming or pruning is generally best done after temperatures have cooled in the fall and before buds begin to grow in the spring. Limbs that are dead, broken, or damaged can be removed at any time. The very worst time to trim a tree is right after it has budded out in the spring. Because the tree has already expended its energy to begin new growth, it will be unable to recover as well or as quickly from the trimming. Tree trimming is the most popular service we provide on Long Island, and it is critical to the health and safety of our urban forest.

Tree trimming has a way of halting novice pruners in their tracks. When you’re frozen with a pruning saw in your hand, staring up the tree in question, a slew of questions begins to race through your mind. Should I cut this branch? So, how about that one? Is now a good time to prune? What if I cut down too many trees? Get answers to all of your queries so you can feel confident in adding longevity to your trees and beauty to your landscape through smart pruning. Pruning properly is an art as well as a science. You can trust your eye for the visual elements of pruning once you understand some of the science behind it. Then, take some deep breaths and begin cutting.