The state of Maryland requires everyone that sells, advertises or performs tree work
to be licensed through the Department of Natural Resources. This is you assurance
that the person or company is competent and insured. You can check the status of
any Tree Expert License or insurance with the DNR.
My trees are to tall
Can I have them topped?
Topping trees is probably the most detrimental punning technique being practiced
today. The result is ugly trees that in time are more dangerous.
Why should my trees
By thinning a tree it allows the wind to pass though the tree with reduced resistance.
On a stormy day thinning greatly reduces the risk of trees failing and becoming
damaged. Additionally, in the process dead limbs and limbs that have bad spots are
Where are you located?
The office is located in Laytonsville but we actually operate out of a location in
Wheaton. We do serve the entire county.
What do you look
evaluating a tree?
When a customer invites me onto their property to look at a tree we look to see the
overall health of the tree. We will look for anything dangerous such as:
-large dead limbs
- cavities or rotted spots
- cracks or weak spots
- limbs broken or hanging
-the condition of the roots
-trees that are dying back or giving other signs of trouble.
We also will take the opportunity to look at other trees. Many times we find different
trees that are in greater need of attention than the tree we were asked to look at.
It is all a part of the service we provide.