North Eastern Tree Service offers a full range of tree services for both commercial and residential properties in Norfolk, Massachusetts. Our team of professionals has the knowledge and expertise to safely complete your tree service projects, from removing unsafe trees and branches to making aesthetic alterations to your property. It can be extremely risky work to remove trees or heavy branches, which is why you should only work with properly certified and insured company. As the most responsive, trustworthy, and knowledgeable tree care company in Norfolk, MA, we use superior tools and employ highly qualified certified arborists.
Do you have a tree on your property that you believe may be unsafe, decaying, or simply not in the best location? We provide hazardous tree removal as well as crane-assisted tree removal. In addition, we provide stump grinding after the tree is removed. We can assist if you’re concerned that a tree in your yard poses a risk to safety. For emergency tree removal, give us a call at (508) 222-8733
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Norfolk, Massachusetts is a small town with a blend of rustic charm and natural beauty. Our neighborhood is important to us, and we want to provide high-quality tree care to maintain its health and beauty. Our licensed arborists are capable of handling everything from regular pruning to urgent tree branch removal. With years of experience and certifications from the Tree Care Industry Association and Utility Arboriculture, you can rely on our staff to deliver excellent services supported by regional knowledge. Some of the reasons why you should partner with our team include:
One of the greatest times to remove a tree, if it has a less serious issue, is in the dormant season, which is late winter or early spring. A qualified arborist can trim and handle the branches of dormant trees considerably more easily because they are lighter and lack leaves.
Branches that are superfluous are pruned, whereas trimming encourages robust growth. To create a more beautiful and healthy landscape, both treatments are carried out at various periods of the year using different equipment. To achieve the best results, it’s important to understand the difference.
The visible traces of the tree are removed via stump grinding, but the roots of the old tree continue to extend below the surface, often up to 4, 8, or 12 feet beyond the stump. These roots will naturally fade after grinding, but it will take some time. The roots may take more than ten years to completely decompose.