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Bolton CT Tree Service & Tree Removal
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Bolton CT Winter Tree Removal Service, Tree Trimming, Tree Spraying, Tree Fertilization, Stump Grinding, Deep Root Fertilization, Land Clearing, Certified Arborist Services, Gypsy Moth Prevention
Serving Bolton CT, Tolland County, and over 95 Connecticut Cities and Towns
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What Bolton CT Customers Are Saying About Eric’s Tree Service
Founder of Eric’s Tree Service, Eric Person Jr. is a licensed arborist with over 30 years of experience in the tree industry. He is trained to diagnose trees affected by insect infestations and can recognize early warning signs that may save your trees from future damage. If trees must be removed due to disease or infestation, Eric and his crews have the skill and equipment necessary to complete the job efficiently, without damaging your property.
“Eric’s Tree Service removed two large trees from a mulch bed on my property. The trees had two and three trunks, respectively, so they looked like five trees. The crew had the most heavy-duty impressive equipment that I’ve seen. They did an excellent job that concluded with grinding the stumps well below ground level, cleaning up, and restoring the appearance of the mulch bed (which is surrounded by stones). I should mention that they have an arborist who initially diagnosed the disease that necessitated removal of the trees. All in all, this is a does-it-all high quality tree service.” – Bolton, CT Customer
Our Teams Work Efficiently To Get The Job Done Right
Our crane makes it easy to tackle a tree removal job of any size and complexity.
Eric’s Tree Service in the Bolton, CT Community
Eric’s Tree service is a proud member of the Tolland County Chamber of Commerce. We value the opportunity to connect with other local businesses in the Bolton CT area and surrounding towns.
Did you know?
Phomopsis Tip Blight, a fungal disease that can affect several types of coniferous trees and shrubs, generally emerges in the spring through early summer, particularly in high humidity conditions, but can also be seen through late summer. The fungus spores are spread by wind and rain, and over-watering or fertilizing can increase the risk of infection. Infected plants should be pruned to remove affected branches. Removed branches should be destroyed and the pruning shears should be disinfected after use with bleach or alcohol. The risk of developing this disease can be greatly reduced by providing sufficient space between plants to allow for draining, sun exposure, and air circulation. Over-fertilization should also be avoided as this can increase risk of infection. Overhead sprinklers should be avoided and watering should be limited to the morning. There are a few products available for homeowner use to treat Phomopsis Tip Blight. Consult an arborist to determine the best course of action for your specific circumstances.