Trees are known as a constant force in life to many. They blossom in our backyards, city streets and neighborhood parks, lending an air of humble nobility of our daily routines. In northern climates, the changing characteristics of trees signal the arrival of new upcoming season. The red, orange and yellow leaves sheds with the approach of winter, and fresh buds and green growth appear during spring, a time of renewed life.
Tree owners know the impact that trees have on a landscape transcends their size and height. Trees make life pleasant for us and also offer social benefits. While painters and writers have been inspired by aesthetic and spiritual appeal of trees, hospital patients have been known to recover from surgery more quickly when their rooms offer view of trees.
Because of their potential for long lives, trees are frequently planted as living memorials. Counted among the Earth's longest living and largest organism, many trees last between 100 and 200 years, or even longer. Even smaller trees, which are considered short-lived, typically survive between 60 and 80 years.
Not only do trees provide social benefits, trees alter environment in which we live by moderating the climate, improving air quality, conserving water and providing refuge to wildlife.
We provide Morris County tree removal to the following communities: