Tree Service Newport Beach – Rob’s Tree Service has trimmed trees in every part of Newport Beach, from the ocean to the hillsides. Whether it’s for a large estate, a commercial property or a seaside cottage, Rob’s Tree Service can expertly tackle any tree job in Newport Beach.
Tree Service Newport Beach
Rob’s Tree Service provides expert tree trimming and understands that your trees are an investment. We specialize in every aspect of a tree’s health, targeting specific branches and limbs to increase the long-term and overall health of the tree.
Common reasons for tree trimming include:
Remove dead, damaged, or diseased sections.
Increase the safety of property and surrounding homes.
Clear private utility lines and meet requirements of city codes.
Remove obstructive limbs.
Comply with common insurance requirements.
Increase sunlight for turf and improve overall aesthetics of your yard.
Add beauty and structure to your landscape.
Opening up a view.
It takes the experience to know what time of year is best for each tree, how extensively it should be trimmed, and how to shape it properly for healthy growth and to maximize its beauty. We’ll discuss your needs in detail when we examine your property and give you a quote.
Effects of Improper Trimming
Improper pruning techniques not only harm a tree’s current structure but also they can stifle future healthy growth.
We use the most current practices when trimming, which helps your trees and the surrounding environment thrive.
We can Remove your Tree Safely
Since 1979, our team has the experience needed for safe tree removal. Because of the risk, the work should only be done by trained, experienced professionals who are fully licensed and insured.
Special precautions are taken when removing trees, especially near homes. Dangerous branches are roped down. Once the limb has been cut, it is gradually lowered to the ground. Or, if the tree is in a dangerous or difficult location we will use a crane for the job. Safety is always the 1st priority.
Common Reasons for Tree Removal:
The tree is growing too close to the home and could be causing foundation problems.
A tree is blocking sunlight; the other trees cannot grow properly.
Your tree is dead, dying, or diseased and poses a threat to your home or property.