With 2-15 Landscaping, you can rest assured that your trees will be pruned the right way the first time. We follow the latest tree maintenance techniques and best practices in the industry, and we will never suggest pruning that will harm your trees or shrubs. Contact us today (702) 443-1689 to learn more about how we stand out among tree service companies.
Pruning And Tree Cutting Services
Large Tree Pruning & Tree Removal: We can remove weak, dead or low limbs, enhance shape and limb structure, and thin rubbing or crossing branches. Pruning for structure is especially important on new or young trees.
Shrub Pruning: We can prune your shrubs to maintain size or shape, promote flowering, or minimize disease occurrence. In addition, we can create an annual pruning program that will allow our Lawn Works Pros to prune each of your shrubs at the optimal time of year based on blooming and growth cycles.
Stump Removal: Whether you have an apple, pine, oak, maple or other type of tree, we will grind out the stump left behind from tree and shrub removals.
Insect and Disease Control
Our professional tree service programs will keep your plants healthy all year long. We are honest and will tell you when a plant is not worth saving. Sometimes treatment is throwing money away.
Our local tree disease and insect control offerings
- Ash: Emerald Ash Borer has reached the Midwest. We offer preventive treatments to help save your ash tree from this pesky borer.
- Crabapples and Hawthorns: With our fruit tree care services, we can keep leaves green and healthy all year long and prevent crabapple tree diseases. No more raking leaves in August! Three applications per season.
- Pine: Brown needles on pines are usually not normal. We can keep your evergreens healthy and thriving. Two to three applications per season.
- Oak: Pale, yellow leaves and early leaf drop are the result of a nutrient deficiency. We can restore iron to your tree to restore its health.
Our local tree service can protect your plants from bagworms, sawflies, mites, aphids, scale, lacebugs, webworms, and borers. Also, new trees benefit from root fertilization. Fertilization helps damaged or stressed plants rebound and heal.