Our crews have the experience to safely and efficiently remove trees from your landscape. We will be respectful of your property and communicate with you throughout the project until it is completed to your satisfaction. Excellent yard clean up after the job is done is our trademark.
Proper pruning techniques, performed by skilled and experienced trimmers are essential for the long-term health and safety of your trees. Improper pruning can ruin the looks and branch structure of your trees and cause problems for years to come. With over 40 years’ experience, K&B has the know-how to properly care for your trees.
We can handle shearing your yews and arborvitae, thinning your lilacs, 'winterizing' your spirea and anything in-between. We have several men on staff with years of shrub pruning experience. Call for a free inspection and quote.
Call K&B if you’re tired of your overgrown shrubs. We’ll easily remove them, plus we can till up the old shrub bed to make it ready for re-planting, or we can add topsoil, level and seed if you want grass instead. We can also re-plant shrubs for you.
We can eliminate any stump from your yard - large or small. Do you have a 5 ft monster stump? No problem! Small stumps from old shrubs? Difficult access into a backyard? We have a small walk-in grinder that will fit through a 3 ft. gate. Our stump grinders will reduce it to chips in short order. We'll do the grinding and clean up, backfill with topsoil, seed and mulch. Or, to reduce costs you can do the clean up or backfill yourself.
Did you know?
Well maintained trees will have a strong and balanced branch structure, meaning less damage from storms and a tree canopy that 'fits' into your landscape, providing beauty and shade for many years.
If you have any ash trees on your property, you may want to act quickly with treatment or removal before it’s too late—the Emerald Ash Borer will absolutely kill your ash tree if not treated. Please contact us for more information, and to start a course of action before any damage is done.
Prune young trees every year or two for the first 10 years. This is the most important time to train the tree limbs for proper development. Things to consider are proper branch spacing, determining the height of your lowest limbs, removing 'v' crotched branches, keeping one central leader, and removing dead or broken limbs. As with any pruning, knowledge and experience are essential. Improper pruning cuts can ruin your tree.