Saving Trees Damaged by Storms and Hurricanes

Here in the Gulf Coast States, we are prone to heavy storms and hurricanes which we all know can cause some major tree damage. If your tree has suffered a major injury such as large split branches, exposed roots, or a tilted trunk, there is a good chance that your tree can still be saved… but you may not have much time; so, call us right away!

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Year Round Professional Tree Care

All trees, even historic Live Oaks, grow every year. In order to properly maintain and preserve these trees, they should be professionally trimmed and pruned by trained arborists on an annual basis.

While many New Orleans and Baton Rouge homeowners take on tree trimming as a DIY project, it’s something you should never do. Without studying and understanding tree biology – as our arborists do – you can inadvertently shock your tree by trimming too much, or leave dead or diseased limbs on your tree which are difficult to spot with the untrained eye and can spread throughout your tree.

Mulching and Fertilizing Your Trees Promotes Healthy Growth

All trees should be mulched and fertilized on a regular basis – especially on commercial properties where doing these tasks on your own is often not an option. Our skilled arborists know exactly how to identify what needs to be done to preserve each tree on your residential or commercial property, making Bayou Tree Service the perfect firm to trust to preserve your trees for years to come.

Don’t Remove Your Trees – Transplant Them

At times, especially on commercial properties, trees are located in less than ideal places as the buildings, walkways and parking lots on those properties evolve and expand over the years. But trees that are planted in less than ideal places don’t always need to be cut down. At Bayou Tree Service, we have a long history of transplanting trees to more ideal locations, allowing you to preserve their beauty and contribution to your property.