Tree service in Citrus County from Tree Care by Robert Miller

Our crews are lead by ISA Certified Arborists. We will help you protect your home by removing a dangerous tree limb hanging over your roof. Or, simply keep your landscape in top shape with proper palm tree trimming and large tree pruning. Whatever your needs, we can help.

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Our Services

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Large And Dangerous Tree Removal

Our well-equipped crews are led by experienced climbers. The pairing of best-in-industry equipment with vast experience means you can rest easy. We specialize in the removal of large and dangerous trees. If your tree is in a tricky location or has stood for generations, we can help remove it with care.

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Emergency Tree Removal Services

We handle emergency removal of fallen trees, lightning struck trunks or other situations that require immediate assistance. If you’re in Citrus County, get emergency help for your downed trees and more by clicking here.

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Hurricane Inspection For Your Trees

Inspection for your yard and trees prior to hurricane season can mean safety for your property and its residents through this unpredictable time of year for West Central Florida. If you call Black Diamond or the Villages, you know how stressful hurricane season can be. We will help you make sure your yard is prepared. Call us for a free inspection, April 1st through August 31st.

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Palm Tree Trimming

Keep your property’s palm trees in Florida-friendly shape by trimming and maintaining with the experts at Tree Care by Robert Miller. No over-trimming or lion’s tailing that damage your trees. We will properly trim each palm. Fall and winter are the ideal time to trim your palms in Citrus County.

Our favorite tidbits learned while serving Citrus County homeowners…

The crew at Tree Care by Robert Miller has been serving families just to our north from our home base in Brooksville, since 1990. Throughout the past 30 years, we’ve learned some interesting facts about the area. Including…

This unincorporated area in North Citrus County is often thought to be named for its more famous Hollywood-area counterpart. But that’s only a rumor.

The heart of Citrus County, this area is known for the manatees that fill the waters of King’s Bay each year. You might think Crystal River, being in the middle of Citrus County, would be home to many Citrus trees. But that is not the case today. The most common tree variations in this area are oak and scrub pine.

The area known as Lecanto is one of Central Florida’s many unincorporated areas. It’s a great place for enjoying rural Citrus County life. The Lecanto High School band is one of the most decorated in the area, in recent years. Fun fact, the color guard director shares a rare last name with someone on our staff (no relation).

Black Diamond Ranch features gorgeous golf courses designed by famous golf architect, Tom Fazio. These courses are private and we haven’t played, but we always enjoy catching glimpses when we’re working in the area.

Believe it or not, this tiny piece of old-Florida charm ballooned in population in the late 1900s. For several years, the Floral City’s population was larger than that of Miami! This was due to phosphate mining, an important part of Nature Coast history.

Nestled between the Rainbow and Withlacoochee rivers is the city of Dunnellon. We can’t decide if tubing on the river or wandering the tree-shaded historic district are better past-times. The area used to be popular with tourists seeking Florida adventures, housing submarine boat tours, and other 1960s-era attractions. The construction of I-75 and the opening of Disney World caused the flow of visitors to weaken. However, the area still attracts nature lovers from all over the world.

The City of Inverness is known as a “Tree City” by the National Arbor Day Foundation. The town was first awarded this designation in 1995. That makes it one of our favorite places in the area to visit! Inverness is an example of an old-Florida small town at its finest.

Not to be confused with the county we call home just to the south, Hernando used to be a city but was disincorporated in the early 1970s. Today, the area is home to many golfers, nature lovers, and families.

Best known for Homosassa Springs Wildlife Refuge, now a state park and manatee rescue, this area is one of the gems of old-Florida charm. The park works in partnership with Zoo Tampa to rescue, rehabilitate, and release injured manatees.

Ozello operates one of just a handful of blue crab farms in the USA. Residents of the area are a close community that enjoy boating, kayaking, and sunset watching. These activities are at the top of the recreational favorites.

The residents of Sugarmill woods sure do love their golf! We’ve heard plenty of stories about the tree-lined courses at Sugarmill Woods and Southern Woods Country Clubs. The golf courses, like many in Florida, were grounds for cattle grazing for nearly one hundred years before they became a haven for those who love the links.

Wherever We Go In Citrus County, We Are Honored To Serve You And Hear Your Stories About The Area.

Servicing homeowners in Citrus County has taught us a lot over the years. We continue to be grateful to you for sharing your stories, fun facts about the area, and for trusting us to service your trees.

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