Spokane Tree Company Launches New Site

May 22, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Spokane Tree Service, a tree services company based in Spokane, Washington, has announced that they have just launched their new website. The company has certified and licensed arborists who are capable of properly evaluating and managing tree projects of any kind. They also point out that safety is their utmost concern in their provision of tree care services. They always take the necessary precautions to protect themselves and the property. More information about this can be gleaned from their new website.

Carrie Huffman, a representative for Spokane Tree Service, says, “We are very happy to announce that our new website is up and running. We expect this new site to make it clear that we are leading tree removal experts and know how to properly remove your tree while keeping the rest of your property intact and looking great. We have been serving Spokane and neighboring areas for more than 10 years with regards to tree removal and other services. We know how to get the job done safely and efficiently. We are fully licensed and insured.”

The Spokane tree company is a full service tree care business. Their services include tree removal, stump removal, tree trimming and pruning, stump grinding, lopping, fertilization, tree cabling and bracing, and lot and land clearing.

Their primary service is tree removal. This is an essential service, particularly for homes and establishments that have trees in their yard that are dead or dying or branches that are rotten and could fall down anytime, possibly causing injury to people or property. Tree removal has various purposes. It can be aesthetic, functional or for emergency reasons. It could be part of an overall landscape plan. Or it could be needed to clear the yard, or a storm could have damaged some trees. Those trees that are heavily damaged, including broken branches, need to be cut off.

Another important service is tree trimming and pruning. This is important for damaged trees and branches, and also for improving the health of trees. Trimming may also be necessary for those trees with overgrowth where the branches can possibly hit a part of the home or electric lines when blown by the wind. These are potentially dangerous situations that have to be avoided. Tree branches hitting electric lines can cause a short circuit and power failure. Branches hitting the property can cause damage to windows or other parts of the home. To prevent these from happening, tree trimming and pruning need to be done regularly.

Homeowners and property owners can make arrangements with tree care companies like Spokane Tree Service to take care of the regular maintenance of trees. It should also be noted that while the task of trimming and pruning trees may appear to be easy, homeowners and property owners should refrain from doing this themselves as it is a dangerous task. There have been many cases of accidents involving this activity and most have been due to amateurs doing the trimming and pruning.

And for those who have tree stumps in their yard, Spokane Tree Service can remove these eyesores by grinding them. Whether these are small or large tree stumps, the company can offer professional tree stump grinding services that can get rid of those unsightly stumps as quickly as possible. According to the company, tree grinding is the best method for getting rid of a stump. Getting the services of a professional tree service company can save homeowners and property owners the cost of renting a tree stump grinder and paying for the disposal of any remaining wood chips. Furthermore, attempting the do the stump grinding themselves can be dangerous without the appropriate training and care.

Spokane Tree Service is a locally owned and operated tree care service company that has been serving Spokane and nearby areas for over 10 years. Those who require more information can visit their website at https://tree-service-spokane.com or call them by phone or contact them by email. They are open for business from Monday to Sunday, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm. For emergency tree services they can be contacted 24/7.

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For more information about Spokane Tree Service, contact the company here:

Spokane Tree Service
Carrie Huffman
(509) 904-4000
contact@tree-service-spokane.com
4207 E Main Ave #32 Spokane, WA 99202, USA

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