One reason to love living in West Chester, PA is the beauty of the autumn season. As September comes and changes into October, the trees throughout our neighborhoods and the forests beyond begin transforming into a fantastic display of reds, oranges, purples, and even golds. This seasonal change is something our team of arborists always looks forward to when tree trimming and pruning in West Chester, PA. But the change is more than just simple aesthetics; when leaves change we are reminded that the time for fall maintenance is upon us. The following is a look at some of the more important fall maintenance tips to keep mindful of and what services to call for when it comes to tree trimming and pruning in West Chester, PA.
Winters can be harsh in our area, so preparing in the fall is a smart way to ensure your plants and trees are ready for the weather. Tree trimming and pruning in West Chester, PA in the fall can help prevent the need for emergency storm clean up in the winter. For more fall tips, contact us at Stein Tree Service today.
Stein Tree Earns Permit to Work in Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine Areas
Stein has a permit to work in spotted lanternfly quarantine areas in Pennsylvania and Delaware. Tree Service Companies have to be trained in proper moving and disposal of materials to avoid spread of the spotted lanternfly and Stein has completed the training courses. Learn more.
Emerald Ash Borer Inspection
In the spring, destructive emerald ash borer (EAB) adult beetles begin to emerge. These invasive pests can destroy your ash trees. Our specialists are certified to treat for EAB in Pennsylvania and Delaware. For a free consultation, contact us today.