Who we are and What we do
Newark, NJ Tree Service
Are you in search of an experienced and professional tree service in or around Newark, NJ? Newark Tree Service is composed of skilled arborists and other tree work professionals who's mission is to provide our clients with the highest quality service. Whether you are in Newark, Bloomfield, East Orange, Irvington or another area in Union or Essex County, you'll want to get in touch with us for all of your tree service needs. Some of the services we offer include tree removal, tree trimming, tree pruning, stump grinding, stump removal, tree bracing, tree cabling, land clearing, pest control and removal, brush clearing, tree felling, tree maintenance and many more tree related services. Get in touch with us today to schedule a free no-pressure consultation by clicking on the number above to see what we can do for you.
Our company is among the most skilled and capable in the area and we are dedicated to the art of tree care, quite different than just grabbing a chainsaw and letting it rip. Without our track record, we ensure our clients that we are the right company to hire for comprehensive service. All of our workers on staff are seasoned professionals not only in their craft but also customer service. They are friendly and helpful and won't make you feel inferior for asking questions. We understand that though we work with trees all day everyday, the average property owner is not as knowledgeable and we are happy to share our knowledge to serve our customers without sounding like know-it-all jerks. We feel our approach to serving our clients really sets up apart in the marketplace.
Besides the appeal of our commitment to our craft and the execution of our work to commercial and residential property owners, we believe in providing a good balance of quality and affordability. At Newark Tree Service we provide options to our clients and partners, just as to a hammer everything appears to be a nail, to a guy with just a chainsaw every tree issue looks like it's ripe to be chopped down, the most extreme example of this being the destructive practice of tree topping. We are not just guys with chainsaws! We take a wholistic approach to solving tree issues, and while in many cases some branches, foliage and twigs will be removed, the art and science of that the heart of of practice. We always want to do what is best for the tree, the customer, the environment and the community, and we partner with clients and customers to come up with that solution, as they are unique to every circumstance and tree.
WHy hire a Professional Tree Service
There are several reasons to hire a professional tree service for tree care needs. Trees can be beautiful and majestic components of a property. The right kind of trees increase the appeal and enjoyment of a property while also helping to add oxygen into the air, providing shade, habitat for birds, beneficial insects and other creatures, fruit, and many other benefits. Healthy well-placed trees can even increase the value of a property. Because trees are so important to the environment by functioning in so many important ways, they need specialized attention and care beyond what the typical property owner is equipped to handle or even a general purpose landscaping company. The highest quality care of tree will come from a professional tree service.
One particular reason to hire a professional company specialized in tree work to attend to trees on a property is their specialized knowledge. Every tree species has a particular biology, which include conditions most supportive of it's thriving, pests that endanger it, growth rates and tendencies, and strengths and weaknesses. Besides the specific tree, where the tree is in relation to building structures and the particular stresses is it up against play into how a tree problem can be best handled or, in the best case avoided. How much and when to water, trim, prune, cut, plant and mulch are all considerations that a tree expert can weigh when developing and executing a plan of care.
Another reason to hire professionals is the danger inherent in tree work. As we all know trees can be many stories in height, and, perhaps less well known but intuitively obvious is that trees also weigh a many thousands of pounds, such a great weight suspended at such great heights are constantly set against gravity, wind, and physical forces. It requires tremendous strength the hold up so much weight for the average lifespan of a tree which can range anywhere from 50 to hundreds and hundreds of years. It is because of this that we use trees' wood for some many applications but that strength and durability can be extremely hazardous in tree work, trees that are already damaged can splinter and puncture, there's also the risk of part or all of the tree falling. Trees cut improperly can become structurally unsound in the future and come down dangerously for that reason as well. In the present, trees being cut need to be rigged up and controlled properly to avoid damage to person and property. Taking a risk by hiring unqualified personnel to do tree work or attempting it yourself, is simply not worth it.
Related to safety as a strong reason to hire a professional tree service for tree work is skill and equipment. Even if you are willing to take the risk of undertaking the tree work yourself or hiring a cut-rate tree service, the work simply will not be done to the standards of true professionals. It will also likely take much longer to complete. This is because unlicensed amateur tree services do not have the requisite equipment and skill to do a good job efficiently. Besides equipment they also usually lack the right amount of skilled manpower. Beyond the risk to property and people, getting the job done wrong the first time around sows seeds for more hazard down the line. We have seen time and again trees that were improperly pruned, cut, topped, removed or jobs otherwise left incomplete, causing trees to have even greater potential to cause severe damage besides being eyesores. For example, improper tree pruning can cause gradual death, drying out the tree into deadwood that is slowly rots until it falls over, potentially into a home, car or worse. We've seen limbs hacked off indiscriminately causing new shoots to grow weakly attached and themselves dry out and collapse under their own weight, again sometimes into a home, car or other property. An ounce of prevention is always worth more than a pound of cure, and that's assuming there is a cure. With tree work, it has to be done right the first time, there are sometimes no second chances.