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Bristol CT Tree Service & Tree Removal
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Bristol CT Tree Service & Tree Removal, Winter Tree Removal Service, Deep Root Fertilization, Tree Trimming, Tree Spraying, Tree Fertilization, Stump Grinding, Land Clearing, CT Arborists, Gypsy Moth Treatment CT
Servicing Bristol CT, Hartford County, and over 95 Connecticut Cities and Towns
Call (860) 798-5672
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Text (860) 228-8425
What Customers in Bristol, CT Have to Say About Eric’s Tree Service
Our state-of-the-art crane minimizes damage to your property. We are able to reach obscure locations at a distance, safely and efficiently.
“Eric’s Tree Service did an excellent job in removing 6 trees, including one very tall tree, from around our home. The crew came on the day Eric gave in his quote and finished all work in one day. They used a large crane that reached from the driveway to each tree, even those on the far side of the house, with no damage to the lawn or driveway. As requested, they chipped and removed all of the trees and even removed some existing brush piles around the house. They did a great job of cleaning up and after they left, it is hard to tell they had been there. A very professional company and work crew.” -Bristol, CT Customer
Did you know?
The gypsy moth caterpillar has been a significant issue for Connecticut’s trees following periods of drought. While the insect primarily infects oak trees, it has also been known to affect apple, birch, poplar, and willow trees. The gypsy moth damages trees by defoliating them and limiting the tree’s ability to photosynthesize and produce the energy it needs to sustain life.
If you are concerned about a potential insect infestation in your yard, call or text Eric for a free consultation.
Owner of Eric’s Tree Service, Eric Person, Jr., is a licensed arborist over thirty years of experience in tree service and tree removal.
Did you know?
Verticillium Wilt, a fungal disease that impacts more than 350 species of trees, have symptoms that often emerge in mid-summer. Once infected, a plant cannot be cured. Severely infected trees and plants, including dead plants and debris, should be removed and replaced with resistant varieties. In trees and shrubs, the infection can be managed by pruning affected branches, followed by sterilization of pruning tools. Fumigating contaminated soil can also reduce the spread of infection. Measures should be taken to ensure that new plants being planted do not have the disease, and only resistant varieties should be planted in potentially contaminated soil.