At M&G Tree Service, we take care to provide our customers high quality services personalized for their unique needs. We are available to take your order 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our staff members are professional, courteous and efficient.
We provide a variety of services including:
Properly maintained trees add great value to your property
which increases every year. Pruning or Trimming can improve your trees in many ways.
•Elevating lower limbs.
•Thinning for light and wind filtration.
•Eliminating weight at end of limbs to prevent splitting or limb failure
•Thinning for visibility
•Shaping of ornamental trees, shrubs and hedges
Root pruning is used to prevent roots from growing into and uplifting driveways, walkways and foundations. It is also used on construction sites to protect the trees from damage from crushing, ripping or compaction in non-protected site areas.
is the best and most economical way to get rid of your stump below grade. We have several stump grinders ranging in size depending on the size and location of your stump
Mulch can help keep shrubs and flower beds healthy and attractive. It can help retain moisture and prevent weeds, as well as insulating plants from temperature extremes. Watch an expert video on this topic.
Trees often require fertilization at some point in there life span. Lawns and landscaping usually absorb the majority of fertilizer that is broadcast. Deep root feeding places these nutrients below the surface where the root hairs can easily absorb these important elements. We inject these into the soil in a grid pattern to maximize coverage of the root system. Sick trees or trees in decline may require several applications per year.
Ranging from small lots to large commercial sites our crews are able to handle any size clearing job. There are many advantages in using our company for clearing rather than large equipment.
24 Hour Emergency Service
Tree removal may be required for many reasons, especially when a tree has become a hazard to people or property.
The following are examples:
• Decayed trunk or root rot
• Storm damaged trees
• Dead, dying, or diseased trees
• Trees with cracks or splits in trunks
• Trees outgrowing a safe area