Long Beach Tree Experts Handles Dead Tree Removal At Hilltop Park
October 25, 2021 at 18:17
Long Beach, California – Working towards improving the overall health of the urban forest in Long Beach City, Long Beach Tree Experts spent the whole of yesterday removing dead trees from Hilltop Park. Taking advantage of its experienced team of tree cutting professionals and modern tree service tools, the company managed to remove more than 10 dead trees.
“The Parks, Recreation, and Marine Department has to take care of more than 160 parks in Long Beach,” said the Long Beach Tree Experts CEO. “Irrespective of how hard the department works, some of the parks will have to wait for years before they get the attention they need. When our team of tree cutting professionals in Long Beach took a stroll in Hilltop Park and noticed a large number of dead trees, we knew we had to do something. Yesterday, we removed dead trees from the park to create space for new healthy trees.”
Long Beach Tree Experts plans to follow up the dead tree removal with tree planting. Within the next one week, the company plans to plant 10 healthy trees in the spaces that had been occupied by the dead trees.
“Trees carry numerous benefits,” said the company’s CEO. “From cleaning the air we breathe to offering shade and minimizing the greenhouse effect, trees are an essential addition to the environment. However, these benefits are only provided by live trees. Dead trees are hazards – they can catch fire or decay, break and fall on important utilities. This is why we will be replacing the dead trees we removed yesterday with new trees next week.”
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“We will not abandon the trees after planting them,” said the company’s CEO. “We will take care of these trees until they reach maturity. After planting the trees, we will ensure they are watered daily to keep them from drought-related death. By the time the trees are one year old, we will start trimming them – this will help the trees develop a nice shape while approaching maturity. Tree trimming will also help reduce overcrowding, ensuring that the branches aren’t competing for nutrients or lacking enough sunlight.”
Long Beach Tree Experts notes that it is using this project as a way to give back to the community. According to the company’s CEO, the team of qualified professionals in Long Beach does not expect any type of compensation from the city.
“We have been working in Long Beach city – and neighborhoods like Bixby Highlands, Artcraft Manor, North Alamitos Beach, Downtown Shoreline, and Broadway Corridor – for the past 25 years,” said the company’s CEO. “It is the residents in these areas that have kept us in business throughout this period. Our project in Hilltop Park is meant to be an appreciation to our community. It is our unique way of saying thank you to the awesome community.”
Even though this is the first time that Long Beach Tree Experts is giving back to the community, the company plans to handle more projects like this in the future. Next year, Long Beach Tree Experts intends to work on at least two public parks, handling tree care procedures like tree pruning, tree trimming, tree removal, or stump grinding to improve safety.
“We have modern tree service tools,” said the company’s chief of field operations. “Our team boasts more than 25 years of tree service experience. This puts us in a position that allows us to handle the most complicated tree care procedures in Long Beach city. For this reason, we will be helping the Parks, Recreation, and Marine Department with risky procedures that need the special attention of a professional company.”
Long Beach Tree Experts base of operation is located at 1461 W 14th St, Long Beach, CA 90813, United States. Property owners, however, can communicate with the company by simply dialing +1 949-691-3726 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about Long Beach Tree Experts, contact the company here:
Long Beach Tree Experts
1461 W 14th St, Long Beach, CA