Did you know?
Connecticut’s eastern hemlock trees can be infected with an insect known as the hemlock woolly adelgid. Dry, white woolly patches can be spotted on the stems of hemlocks infected with the insect. These insects feed on the stems and may inject toxic saliva into the tree, turning the hemlock’s needs a yellowing or gray color. If left untreated, death of major limbs may occur within two years of the outbreak.
What Customers in Salem CT Have to Say
At Sandra’s home in Salem, we cut down one tree close to the house, removed four trees in the woods, and landscaped a portion of her yard. Here’s what Sandra had to say:
“I had a branch fall from a large tree onto my front walk, barely missing the front porch & house. Eric came the day I called him & gave me an estimate. The next day he had a crew there to remove the branch & within 2 weeks, had the crew back to remove trees that were threatening to the house. The crew did an excellent job & put all the wood where I wanted it. They cleaned up the yard of all debris, then put down topsoil & reseeded the yard. I was very pleased with the way they handled everything.” – Sandra, Salem, CT Customer