1. Are Your Trees a Hazard After Matthew?

    Hurricane Matthew may have been downgraded by the time it got off the Virginia Shore and turned out to sea before sitting and dumping rain on us for too long, but the winds and drenching rain had some people sitting in the dark and others cleaning up downed trees. If you are one of the many people who got more than their fair share of rain and wind, and you fear one of your trees is now uprooted,…Read More

  2. Felling a Tree is Dangerous Business

    Most of us hate the idea of having to cut down a tree. We know that the tree has taken years, or decades to reach its current height, and gives so many benefits to the surrounding area, the animals, houses and the inhabitants that are shaded by its outreaching branches. Trees play a large part in our memories; we remember climbing trees as children, under which we had our first kiss, or played wit…Read More

  3. Pruning Basics

      Here in Richmond, we are blessed to live where we have an abundance of tall healthy trees and in a town that values trees.  In 2016, we were designated a “Tree City” for the 25th consecutive year by the Arbor Day Foundation. Yes, Virginians love their trees, but loving trees doesn’t mean always understanding the best ways to care for them. To learn some basics of tree care, keep read…Read More

  4. Planting Trees for Climate Change

    Whatever your thoughts on the mechanism behind global climate change, it’s pretty obvious that our planet is experiencing a profound change. As your Richmond tree service, we are out in nature nearly every day, and our thoughts turn to trees and the effect that this change will bring to the landscape of trees. None of us know if our specific location will end up dryer or wetter. If you are in a …Read More

  5. Tell-tale Signs Your Tree Needs to Be Removed

    When you suspect that your tree is sick and needs to be removed, call your reliable Richmond tree service,  CallTree Services. If it is decided that it has to come down, we’ll get the job done, quickly and safely. But how do you know when to call? How do you know when a tree is really so sick it has to come down? We tend to want to put off cutting down a tree as long as possible since trees add…Read More

  6. Tree Damage from Extreme Weather?

    Call Tree Service is the Richmond area’s tree service to turn to for all your tree pruning trimming,  removal and even stump removal. Winter’s extreme weather can weaken your branches or your whole tree. If you suspect a branch has weakened, and needs to be removed before it causes property damage, call us for an appointment. We had quite the winter weather spell for the last few weeks. The s…Read More

  7. Turn to the Professionals for Storm Damaged Tree Removal

    Call Tree Services is the tree removal service to turn to when you have a downed tree that needs to be removed fast! From our two locations, in Richmond and Ashland, we provide professional tree removal services to the whole Richmond, Virginia area. Whether it’s a tree that needs to be removed complete with stump grinding, or tree topping to make sure the top doesn’t endanger the power lines a…Read More

  8. Call for Safe and Professional Tree Removal Services

    Call Tree Services provide expert, safe and professional tree removal services to the Richmond area. We have two locations, in Richmond and Ashland so we can reach most areas quickly and safely. We survived Winter Storm Jonas, but there is cleanup to do and we need to do it fast. According to the weather channel,  there is a low-pressure system heading north, and if it lays down a layer of ice on…Read More

  9. The Sweetgum Tree

    Call Tree Services services the whole Richmond area from its two locations, Ashland and Chesterfield. From these two locations, we can effectively service the whole area. Our services include tree trimming and pruning, tree removal, and stump removal & grinding. If you need a lot cleared, call us. If you need a tree topped, call us! We pride ourselves on being prompt and courteous. We’ve bee…Read More

  10. The Effects of the Warm Weather on Area Trees

    In the last decade, we’ve seen some harsh winters; who doesn’t remember the Snowmageddon or Snowpocalypse of 2010?   That winter, storm after storm heaped feet of snow at a time on the region. But this winter is different, it’s so warm, nature is confused. Instead of cold snaps and the occasional snow, this year has been nearly balmy. The forecasted high for Christmas eve is 74! The daytim…Read More