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Milwaukee Tree Trimming and Tree Care Answers

Common Wisconsin tree service questions from Milwaukee tree removal to Madison tree trimming answered by the Wisconsin tree care specialists at Buckley Tree Service of Wisconsin. For all your Milwaukee tree service needs, contact the Wisconsin certified arborists at Buckley Tree Service in New Berlin call 262.547.4732 or Mequon area residents call 262.242.2040. Buckley Tree Service, the tree care specialists. 
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  How often does my tree need to be pruned?
  Is stump removal included as part of Milwaukee tree removal service?
  My tree has dead branches. Is there a way to save it, or does the whole tree need to be removed?
  My tree is not accessible from a bucket truck. Can it still be pruned?
  What is a certified arborist?
  What is the difference between tree pruning and tree trimming?
  Why do tree stumps need to be removed?
  Why is it important to prune trees?
  Why is it important to prune your shrubs?
  Why is mulch used?
  Will a Mild Winter Mean More Insects?

  How often does my tree need to be pruned?  TOP
  Trees should be pruned regularly, at least once per year. The best time to prune your trees is during the dormant season. Contact Buckley Tree Service to schedule your next Milwaukee tree pruning service. Buckley Tree Service Wisconsin makes sure all your Milwaukee trees and shrubs are pruned according to industry standards.

 
  Is stump removal included as part of Milwaukee tree removal service?  TOP
  Milwaukee stump removal is not normally part of our Milwaukee tree removal service. This is an additionally quoted service we offer for complete Wisconsin tree removal.

 
  My tree has dead branches. Is there a way to save it, or does the whole tree need to be removed?  TOP
  If your tree has dead branches, you need to call Buckley Tree Service Milwaukee right away, as dead branches are a major safety risk. At Buckley Tree Service Milwaukee, we are tree care professionals with the expert knowledge to treat your specific plants. We will remove any safety and plant life threatening branches, diagnose plant health care problems and discuss any pre and post treatment concerns we may have. Contact Buckley Tree Service Wisconsin to schedule your Wisconsin tree consultation today.

 
  My tree is not accessible from a bucket truck. Can it still be pruned?  TOP
  Yes, Buckley Tree Service Milwaukee tree pruning specialists are trained and experienced climbers. It is important to select a professional for pruning your trees as many risks come with Milwaukee tree pruning.

 
  What is a certified arborist?  TOP
  A certified arborist is tree care specialists who fully understand the needs of trees, trained to provide complete plant health care for your trees and shrubs. Buckley Tree Service is certified arborist accredited by International Society of Arboriculture (ISA), identified throughout Wisconsin as qualified, knowledgeable tree care professionals. Learn more about our plant health care programs.

 
  What is the difference between tree pruning and tree trimming?  TOP
  Both tree trimming and tree pruning is the process of cutting and removing dead branches. Tree trimming usually refers to shrubs and tree pruning usually refers to trees. Buckley Tree Service Wisconsin is experts in both Milwaukee tree pruning and tree trimming services.

 
  Why do tree stumps need to be removed?  TOP
  The two main reasons for Milwaukee tree stump removal is for safety and aesthetic appearance. A tree stump left in the ground after Milwaukee tree removal is a major safety concern for both people and pets. A tree stump left in the ground overtime becomes soft making it an ideal home for insects like bees. Contact Buckley Tree Service Wisconsin for tree and stump removal services throughout Milwaukee, Mequon, Madison, New Berlin, and Waukesha areas.

 
  Why is it important to prune trees?  TOP
  Trees need to be pruned regularly. When many think of the reasons for tree pruning, they only think of aesthetic appeal or simply removing branches blocking the view. Both your safety and the plants health is at risk if you ignore your trees pruning needs. Dead tree branches can fall at any moment crashing down on your garage, house, or worse children or pets. By pruning your tree regularly, you can eliminate these dangerous outcomes. Trees growing close to power lines need to be pruned regularly to eliminate the risk of limb damage. Power lines can cause damage to the tree limbs which are an invite to insects and disease. Our Milwaukee tree pruning specialists are experts in overall plant health care. As a Wisconsin certified arborist, we know your trees specific needs, and will prune your tree according to industry standards. Contact Buckley Tree Service Wisconsin to learn more about our Milwaukee tree pruning services.

 
  Why is it important to prune your shrubs?  TOP
  The main reason for pruning shrubs is for aesthetic appeal. Trimming your shrubs can open up walkways, clear window view, and create an overall cleaner look. Our Milwaukee tree and shrub pruning professionals are a team of certified Wisconsin arborists. Buckley Tree Service Milwaukee to learn about our Milwaukee tree and shrub trimming services.

 
  Why is mulch used?  TOP
  Mulch is one of the most beneficial ways to maintain the health of your trees and shrubs. Mulch keeps tree roots cool and moist in the summer and insulated in the winter. However, too much mulch can choke the roots and cause decay. At Buckley Tree Service Wisconsin, we are experts in complete plant health care with the experience and knowledge to fully understand your trees mulch needs. Contact Buckley Tree Service Wisconsin today to learn more about our Wisconsin plant health care plans.

 
  Will a Mild Winter Mean More Insects?  TOP
 

Does the mild winter compounded with drought stressed trees mean more insect problems? We will be watching closely for insects including borers, spider mites, scale and the return of gypsy moths. Mild winters typically mean an increase in insect populations the following season.