Finding tree services in Southbury, CT just got a lot easier. Apache Tree Service is the answer to all your tree health care needs.
We have been providing competitive pricing and memorable experiences to Southbury and its surrounding areas since 2013. Our family-owned business is devoted to the well-being of your trees.
We are HomeAdvisor screened and Green certified. Green materials are utilized whenever the opportunity presents itself.
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Caring for your trees can be an intimidating task, especially if the trees are large or in disrepair. Understanding when to prune and when to uproot is a challenge that our arborists are prepared to walk you through.
Tree Removal: Oft times a tree has been damaged in the midst of a storm. But, in other instances, trees suffer injury from insects and disease. We will do our best to heal your trees, but sometimes you have to remove them.
Tree Trimming: Trimming unwanted limbs, or those that appear dangerous, is highly advisable. Pay close attention to the condition of the leaves on the limbs and where they hang. Limbs over your home pose a definite risk and should be trimmed.
30 Yard Dumpster Service: Whether you are cleaning up after a storm, remodel, or child going off to college, dumpster services are quite beneficial. We will give you the place to put the debris and get it hauled off for you.
Neighborhoods & Service Areas in Southbury, CT
North of Oxford and Newton, Southbury is 80 miles from New York City. It includes historic districts, rural areas, and suburban neighborhoods. And, Apache Tree Service provides tree services throughout the town of Southbury including these sections:
Southford Road: Southford Road is home of the Aaron Bronson House. This home was built in 1785. It’s an 18th Century Cape home. There are some beautiful trees accenting the Aaron Bronson House as well.
Hurley Road: Hurley Road is where visitors and locals find the Hurley Road Historic District. It joined the National Register of Historic Places in 1993. Eight Mile Brook is found to its east.
Russian Village Road: Russian Village Historic District is located on Russian Village Road and Kiev Drive. It is also known as Churaevka. Russian immigrants established a summer retreat there.
Little Pootatuck Brook: There is an archeological site nearby the Little Pootatuck Brook that is considered a protected historic place. It has a lot of Native American significance.
Free Estimates in Southbury, CT
Apache Tree Service offers tree health care services to the whole of Southbury, CT. We want the trees in that area to be in optimal health.
Therefore, if you are in need of tree maintenance expertise, you can schedule a free, no-obligation quote today. Our arborists are available by phone or through the online form. We look forward to caring for your trees soon.