Based in Pembroke Pines, Florida, Empire Property Services (EPS) is a company that likes to go above and beyond simply providing high quality, professional landscaping and tree services. This includes giving people in Southeast Florida areas helpful tips that can help them make important landscaping and tree decisions. A good example of this is a recent blog post the company posted on its website that explains why tree removal is sometimes necessary and what to do after felling a tree. Greg O’Connell, co-owner of the business with his wife, says, “We are a tree service provider that recognizes the important role trees play in our environment. Not only do they provide a significant amount of oxygen that we breathe, but they also help filter pollutants from that air. This is why we prefer to maintain the trees instead of cutting them down, but sometimes the cutting down of trees is necessary. Our new blog will help home and business owners better understand when cutting down a tree is the right choice.
This new EPS blog began by mentioning that several factors go into making a decision to cut down trees. This includes the condition that the felling of trees counts, the cost of felling the tree, and even the emotional ties to trees that have been part of a family for generations. He also talked about how trees that are isolated and away from structures can die naturally, but that is not the case for problem trees. These are trees which, if they or some of their large branches fall, pose a serious risk to nearby people and property. That’s why tree felling is often recommended for trees that are dead or dying or growing too close to houses and other structures. Trees that grow too close to power lines and become so overgrown that they overpower all other trees and plant life in a landscape are also candidates for removal. Also mentioned in the new EPS Landscaping and Tree Service LLC’s article is that companies like them have experienced arborists who are always happy to help with the decision to fell a tree. This blog post also explained what to do after removing a tree. This includes planting a new tree which will once again help to replace the privacy and environmental benefits the removed tree once provided. A home or business owner will also have to decide whether or not to remove the stump left behind after a tree has been felled. This is a necessary step if the ground area where a tree once stood will be replanted or used for other purposes. The blog ended by stating that the best way to repurpose the area where a tree once stood is another yard planning step that landscaping experts like those at EPS are always ready to help.
Whether EPS Landscaping & Tree Service LLC’s experienced crews remove trees or perform any other type of specialty tree service, customers often praise the company’s work in the reviews they write. Gina Maria Marin said, “I called EPS Landscaping and Tree Service to trim my palms before the last tropical storm. Not only are my palms fantastic, but I haven’t had to go out after the storm to pick up anything in my yard. The team was knowledgeable and courteous, and the customer service was exceptional. Greg and Jessica will take care of you the right way!” This 5-star review and many others like it can be viewed on the company’s Google Maps business listing at https://goo.gl/maps/nZ6jQR9ig4DPDcgw9. O’Connell added that in addition to tree and stump removal, the company is also among the best in the Pembroke Pines area when it comes to one-on-one lawn mowing, lawn and lawn insect control and can bundle these services together so that they can offer a customer additional savings. He said they can also install and repair lawn irrigation systems, expertly trim and trim all the different tree species in their area, and help with a wide variety of landscaping services. Those who would like more information about the landscaping and tree services offered by EPS can contact them by phone, email or through the contact form on the website.
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