Are you tired of the same old tree company that shows up when they want and does a subpar job? You know, the ones who break your sprinkler heads and don’t fix them. They don’t ware any safety gear and you worry about them hurting themselves on your property. Worse yet dropping a limb or tree on your home. We know your pain―and we’re here to offer you our professional tree care and tree removal services and to all of Wesley Chapel area. With over 26 years of experience, our team of qualified individuals offer quality tree removal in Wesley Chapel at a low cost.
We are always available to help. Our tree care services for Wesley Chapel include:
• structural pruning, tree shaping
• hedge trimming and shaping
• bush hogging
• stump grinding
• diagnosis of tree health
• dangerous removals
• mulching and weeding
• top soil provider
Tree Care by Robert Miller Inc. has been in business since 1990. Our longtime employees have a combined total of75 years’ experience climbing trees and providing tree services in Wesley Chapel. We are all very knowledgeable in our field and are very familiar with our local tree species.
My father the founder of Tree Care by Robert Miller Inc. we built this family business on professionalism, integrity and ethic. It shows in every job. Please take the time to go to the better business bureau and read some of our reviews.
As a consumer you have been told lots of untruths about tree care. Uneducated tree guys like to tell you that removing the limbs in the center of your tree will give the wind somewhere to pass through and this will help in a storm. This is NOT true. That is a practice called lions tailing and is highly frowned upon in the arboriculture industry. It will make your tree weaker and more likely to sustain damage in a storm.
Water your trees – When your trees look like they may be stressed one of the only things you can do to help is make sure they have water. Be mindful of not over watering your trees though. That can cause just as much if not more damage. When you water your trees do not water the trunk of the tree. The absorbing roots are a few feet away and spread out 2 or 3 times the width of the canopy.
Prune your trees – fall is the best time to prune or trim trees this is because trees need to store their water and nutrients while they are dormant. The mass majority of people prune trees in the spring. We are used to trimming in the spring but I think it will be worth your time to research your particular species of tree. It will be interesting to learn what horticulturist, botanists and arborists say about caring for your species. Do not count on what you have learned in the past by word of mouth. Every year new studies are showing that we had it all wrong in the past, arboriculture has grown leaps and bounds in the past 10 years. As a certified arborist I must complete 30 hours of continuing education every few years. This is because new technology and advances are discovered. The ISA requires we know about them.