Almost any palm tree will truly thrive in wet Florida ground. They are a famous landscape mark that signalizes warm weather, long beaches, and vacation time. But if you live in Florida and own palm trees, you know that they are not just fun.
Like any other trees, they need regular care. Sometimes, the care includes just palm tree pruning & trimming, while other times palms might be damaged or infected, so the best choice is to remove them. If you go for removal, do not take any risks. Stay safe and hire a professional tree service to remove your palm trees for you!
Palm trees come in various shapes and sizes. Some reach for the sky while others grow their fronds closer to the ground. Whatever type of palm tree you have on your property, the most important thing you can do for your tree and your safety is to take care of them. Sometimes, you have no other choice but to remove them. We will help you to do it in the safest way possible.
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Small palm trees can be a great property asset. But do not let their size fool you. They can be dangerous, and it is not easy to remove them. If you wish to remove a small palm tree from your property, we will help you to do it in the safest possible way.
Removing large palm trees is a dangerous and demanding job. Because of their size, the falling trunk could destroy everything in the fall zone. Removing fronds is equally menacing – heavy branches can destroy buildings and vehicles. We will help you remove the large palm tree without causing any damage to you or your property.
Palm trees have thick, heavy trunks, which despite being flexible and able to withstand harsh winds, can break and leave a lot of damage on your property. Such palms are emergencies and you should remove them as soon as possible. Hire an experienced tree service and rest assured that your property is in good hands!
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For all tree removals in West Palm Beach, we give our customers the option of whether they would like us to haul the wood away or whether they would prefer to keep it. In many cases, a removed tree can be a good source of firewood.