Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Tree Removal San Jose

Here we are in our 4th year of this historic drought, mandatory water reductions, dead grass, plants and shrubs becoming non existent, and our trees dying off.

With a 25% mandatory water usage cut back, many people are choosing not to turn on their sprinklers in fear of fines and have more or less just let everything go. This is not good! Many arborists and state officials are worried about a ripple effect: Nearby urban trees going neglected and becoming diseased and dying.

Did you know?
Across the state over 12 million trees have died in the last year due to lack of water according to the U.S. Forest Service. Though the bulk of these trees have died outside of urban areas, we are now finding that the same is now happening in our urban areas where mandatory water restrictions are heavily enforced. 

You do not want to cut back on water to your trees, because your trees cannot adjust. What studies are finding is the trees that are lacking in water are now more susceptible to diseases and are ultimately killing off your trees. What this means to you is their is now a greater chance today then ever before of a tree crashing down and endangering not only your home, your family, but also anything in it's surrounding area.

What do I do?
  • First off, if you are even slightly worried about one of your trees, you need to give us a call. (408) 226-8733
  • Make an appointment
  • Emergency? We offer 24hr emergency services
  • Click this link: Tree Removal San Jose
Here at Anderson's Tree Care Specialist, Tree removal is not a service we like to emphasize, but it is a very necessary part of arboriculture and one that Anderson's executes professionally and safely. Our goal is, and has always been, to provide services that keep trees healthy, but there are instances when removal is the best alternative for the landscape and owner of the property.

For more information,

108 Stockton Ave
San Jose, CA 95126
(408) 226-8733