Broward tree services offer to the landscape. Our landscaping crew is excellent and has many years of experience in the landscape field. We do not have a landscape architect and do not do design-build. Our landscape crew specializes in mulching, edging, landscape bed cleanup and weeding, and small shrub and bush pruning and shaping. We are not a nursery and cannot guarantee the trees or plants. Broward tree services no longer plant trees for our customers. We find ourselves in competition with the local nurseries and feel that they can offer our customers better prices and guarantees for tree planting than we can. We are not a design-build or landscape architects. Our crew simply does the smaller landscaping needs for our customers. This usually includes mulching, and landscape bed cleanup including weeding, edging, and trimming small shrubs in the landscape. Our crew has an excellent touch many times. Our customers know that our landscape crew is here to provide the miscellaneous services in their yards also. Tasks such as yard cleanup, cutting and pulling Ivy off trees, spreading playground woodchips, spreading woodchips for nature trails, and even being creative with wood on our customer’s properties. Call us; you will be surprised with what our landscape crew can do. Our Certified Arborists offer great planting choices. Whether you need a shade tree, a privacy hedge, or just simply need to advise on what to do with your yard, our arborists make great recommendations. Having a property covered with beautiful trees may seem like the ultimate dream for many homeowners. While trees can live for hundreds of years, they don’t last forever. Whether due to storm damage, lack of maintenance, or insect activity, a tree on your property may die at some point. The question is: do you really need to go through the trouble of removing dead trees. The answer, as any Broward tree services will tell you, is a resounding yes. Here are the convincing reasons why? The most common reasons homeowners will remove dead trees is, simply put, they aren’t attractive. Dead trees tend to look withered, bare, and sad overall, Whether you’re thinking of putting your home on the real estate market in the coming months or you simply want to improve your curb appeal to be the envy of the neighborhood, removing a dead tree is a valuable move to make. You might not realize it, but one dead tree could easy become several if you fail to take action. If the tree in question has some kind of infectious disease, such as powdery mildew, that diseased can quickly take hold of other trees on your property, If you don’t remove that tree, you’ll likely have a much bigger problem on your hands if you end up with a lot of hazardous trees, you’ll be in dire need of professional help. Dead trees also attract pests, which can make their way into your home if you aren’t careful. Although you might not love the thought of saying goodbye to this tree, it’s often for the good of the others.