Buckley Tree Service, Wisconsin’s tree care specialist, is dedicated to enhancing the natural beauty of your trees and shrubs. When choosing Buckley Tree Service, you will experience complete devotion to Milwaukee tree pruning satisfaction. At Buckley Tree Service Wisconsin, we take pride in our Wisconsin tree pruning making sure all your Milwaukee trees and shrubs are pruned according to industry standards.
Buckley Tree Service certified arborists will prune branches to shape and thin your Wisconsin trees improving the trees overall aesthetic appearance. Buckley Tree Service will safely remove any unnecessary view obstructing branches without affecting the trees overall health.
More than just a pleasing appearance, Wisconsin tree pruning is crucial for strengthening the structure of the tree. Pruning your Milwaukee trees and shrubs regularly will reduce the risk of limb breakage preserving beauty and prolonging life. Contact Buckley Tree Service Wisconsin to schedule your next Milwaukee tree pruning.
Milwaukee Tree Removal Services Throughout Wisconsin
Buckley Tree Service Wisconsin strives to preserve and prolong tree life, although this is not always the case. There are many distributing factors where Milwaukee tree removal becomes necessary from diseases to aging to safety hazards. Our certified, trained tree care professionals will remove your unwanted tree in a safe and efficient manner with minimal property disturbance and complete debris cleanup. Buckley Tree Service is fully insured and makes sure all safety standards are strictly followed, keeping our Milwaukee tree removal clients’ minds at ease. Buckley Tree Service certified arborists are experienced in the most difficult tree and stump removals making all Milwaukee tree removal jobs a breeze.
Buckley tree care specialists are equipped with the top-notch Milwaukee tree pruning and tree removal equipment. With the aid of best tree care equipment, we are able to fulfill our mission of offering our clients the best Wisconsin tree care available. At Buckley Tree Service Wisconsin, we provide overall tree care preserving and enhancing the natural beauty of your Milwaukee trees and shrubs.
Tree Trimming in the Fall Keeps Your Greenery Fit for Spring
With fall in full swing, the ground begins to harden and the leaves start changing colors. This is the perfect time to trim your healthy trees and shrubs while removing the dead ones. In preparation for winter, your trees will start to go into hibernation. This is why the trees change color and drop their leaves. Once a tree has dropped its leaves, it will be in hibernation and ready for trimming.
The benefits of trimming your trees include:
-Preventing hazardous situations caused by falling dead branches
-Keep the tree healthy for the next season
-Maintain the visual appeal of the tree
If you live in West Allis, Brookfield or Cedarburg then Buckley Tree Service is your local expert in tree pruning and tree removal. Our top notch arborists will professionally prune your trees, giving them the high level of care they need. We trim trees throughout the greater Milwaukee and Madison areas.
Tree Pruning Facts
- Oaks and elm trees are the only trees needing to be pruned in the dormant season to prevent the spread of oak wilt and Dutch elm disease. The beetles that spread both diseases enter the trees through open wounds or pruning cuts.
- Pruning operations in the winter can cause less damage to lawns, landscapes and perennial plants.
- Leafless canopies allow our arborists to see the entire structure of the tree making it easier to see deadwood, decayed, damaged limbs and poor structure.
New Berlin Arborists Treat Diseased Maple Trees
Maple wilt, otherwise known as verticillium wilt, is a disease of water conducting tissues in maple trees - caused by the fungi verticillium alboatrum or verticillium dahlia. This disease is especially common in young maple trees throughout Southern Wisconsin, between the months of May and October. Starting at the roots of the maple tree, the disease spreads up until it reaches the branches.
Once maple wilt reaches the branches of a tree, the disease begins to yellow or brown the leaves until they begin looking scorched. After the color changes, the leaves dry up and start wilting. Internally the tree develops streaks of olive-coloring in the sapwood - a telltale sign the tree is infected with the fungus. Left unchecked, maple wilt will cause the branches of your maple trees to die and within two seasons the entire tree will follow.
Types of maple trees affected:
- Norway (highly affected by the disease)