Waterloo Tree Lopping
Black Hawk County is a pretty cool place to live. The trees, in particular, look quite nice, especially with Waterloo Tree Service Pros looking after them. For instance, when you call us for a tree lopping job, you get peace of mind knowing that the work will be carried out neatly and proficiently. In other words, we don't leave any mess behind, nor do we cut corners with the job.
Tree Lopping--That Sounds Final; Is It?
Tree lopping does not mean we come along and "lop" the tree down like a bunch of wannabe Paul Bunyans. Rather, lopping is the term used for trimming or shaping a tree to a safer size or to create better harmony with its environment. It is also done to remove damaged sections of a tree so new parts can grow healthy.
We care about trees and love to see them flourish. This being said, a tree can sometimes become a threat to houses, power lines, cars, and people. It happens when the boughs get too big, or the trunk gets too tall. In these cases, it is necessary to call in the experts at Waterloo Tree Service Pros for some lopping.
We're not saying that you have a problem tree or anything like that. But if you're unsure about the health of your tree or its surroundings, please give us a call, and we would be happy to take a look for you.
Can't I Do Tree Lopping Myself?
Untrained persons shouldn't attempt tree lopping. We can't have you falling from the top of the tree or making a bad cut that causes one of the branches to smash through your neighbor's nice new garage door.
Tree lopping is a dangerous task. You can wind up doing damage to yourself, someone else, or the tree. That's why we recommend that you leave it to the professionals at Waterloo Tree Service Pros.
We have the experience and equipment to do a safe and proper job, and we're always happy to take care of your trees. So if you're in Black Hawk County, give us a call. We would be happy to help.
Why Is It Called Lopping And Not Pruning?
Lopping and pruning are two different things. Lopping is the term used for trimming or shaping a tree to a safer size or to make it look better with its surroundings. Pruning, on the other hand, is more about trimming away diseased or unhealthy parts of the tree to protect it from sickness.
We offer both services. Upon inspection, our team will let you know which one the tree needs. Some beautiful specimens we've worked on around Waterloo include:
- Maple trees
- Oak trees
- Sycamore trees
- Elm trees
No matter what kind of tree you're worried about, get in touch with our team so we can lay those fears to rest. Our courteous and efficient staff will answer all of your questions before coming out to take care of the job.
For more information, call us today at (319) 346-3331.