Tree Service always begins with a little hard work, but the end result is nothing less than rewarding.
Some trees need to come down because they are growing too close to our homes or other buildings. Perhaps because of the way they grow on an angle may cause a shift in weight that eventually will cause the tree to fall.
Other trees however, may just need to be pruned and when done correctly, can provide years of enjoyment.
Whatever the case may be, it’s good to know what kind of trees you have and know that Wolfe Tree Service is just around the corner to help you.
We’ve composed a whole section on the different tree types of North Carolina to help you learn more about the trees on your property.
If anything, these are a fun way to get to know your trees.
Eastern Hemlock Eastern hemlock, Tsuga canadensis, is a large evergreen tree that is native to eastern and central North America. It is found growing in the
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Trees of North Carolina