Tree Service in Hooksett, NH
Your trees are only one element in a complex ecosystem that surrounds your home or business. Sunlight, water, wind, soil content, elevation, and view are all important when caring for the trees and shrubs on your property.
Collins Tree Service in Hooksett, NH, specializes in working with more than just trees alone. We are experts in pest and disease problems, which are often at the root of environmental issues. Combined with our numerous other tree services, this expertise is just what you need to keep your trees looking healthy and beautiful.
Pruning or trimming should be done regularly to control shape and keep branches from harming surrounding structures or people. Pruning should always be performed sparingly. In some cases, however, pruning is absolutely necessary because damaged limbs pose a threat to other healthy parts of the tree or surrounding structures.
You can trust Collins Tree Service to know the difference. Our experience ensures that our pruning recommendations will not exceed what it takes to get the job done right.
As certified arborists, our approach to tree care is a little different. In most situations, our first thought is what can be done to save the tree. There are many cases in which tree removal is the only option.
Our crews can handle any situation. Whether it’s a dead tree hanging over the pool or a small tree in your front yard that is blocking the sun, we’re prepared to handle it.
If you need the entire stump removed immediately, there is no better tool than a stump grinder. We have the equipment to complete this task – a high-speed disc with specially designed teeth that grind the stump and underground roots into small chips. We accomplish this with little to no impact to your landscape.
Insects and disease pose two of the most serious threats to your trees’ health. As soon as you notice any abnormality in your trees’ appearance, reach out to our team. By examining the specific symptoms of damage and understanding their causes, we can diagnose the problem and select the proper treatment.
Fertilizer is another important aspect of tree health care that is best applied in the fall or early spring. In addition to providing nutrients, fertilizers increase the amount of three major nutrients in the soil: nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium. Because nitrogen is rapidly depleted from the soil, we strongly recommend replenishing regularly.