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We Offer a Complementary Tree Hazard Assessment

We Offer a Complementary Tree Hazard Assessment

The weather has already let us know who’s in charge in the new year! Inches of rain, intense winds, and even a chance of snow. Hopefully you didn’t end up with any storm damage but many of our Upstate neighbors are now having to contend with broken limbs and branches,...

Are Codominant Trees Dangerous?

Are Codominant Trees Dangerous?

Let’s begin by first defining what a codominant tree is. Any tree that has two or more branches, also known as stems or leaders, emerging from the same main trunk is considered a codominant tree. While it’s not unusual to see a codominant tree with three main...

Call Today to Schedule Your Fall Tree Maintenance

Call Today to Schedule Your Fall Tree Maintenance

The weather is turning cool and falling leaves have begun taking the place of acorns, cascading all over your yard, deck and driveway. And now is the perfect time to call Out on a Limb Tree Service to schedule your end of the year tree inspection and pruning...

Get Ready! It’s Acorn Season!

Get Ready! It’s Acorn Season!

You sit outside on the deck enjoying your morning coffee and you get bopped in the head. You stroll around your yard checking out the flowers and shrubs and you get bopped in the head. You do nothing more than walk out to check the mail, and yup, you get bopped in the...

The Difference Between Tree Pruning & Tree Trimming

The Difference Between Tree Pruning & Tree Trimming

Many people often use tree pruning and tree trimming as if they have the same meaning.  And while yes, they are very similar, there is a slight difference, which one day depending on the circumstances, you may need to be aware of. So let’s find out what’s...

Are Your Trees in Distress?

Are Your Trees in Distress?

Your trees are still lush, full and green. But you’ve begun to notice little things like an unusual number of small broken twigs, leaves turning fall colors and dropping in the middle of summer, or a distorted growth pattern. These might be signs of your trees in...