Experienced Tree Removal Services
Call: (207) 504-6284 | Brunswick, ME 04011-0673 | email: Bob@driscolltree.com
Experienced, Fast, Reliable Tree Service
Driscoll Tree Service is a complete tree service company in Brunswick, Maine, owned by Mr. Driscoll. This professional crew are experts with 3 licensed arborists on staff. They specialize in difficult tree take downs and complete tree services. They service the communities of Freeport, Brunswick, Topsham, Bath, West Bath, Phipsburg, Woolwich, Bowdoin, Bowdoinham, Edgecomb, Harpswell, Lisbon, Lisbon Falls, Wiscasset, Richmond, Pownal, Georgetown, Arrowsic, and Durham. Since 1985, they have been helping residents and businesses in and around the mid coast area keep their property free of dead or diseased trees. They also provide view cutting, storm restoration and stump grinding services.
This very experienced team helps Maine residents protect themselves and their property from dying trees that may fall because of the
stress of high winds or the weight of snow in the winter.
Residential and Commercial Tree Service
We carry Worker's Comp Insurance and Liability Insurance
Open Monday through Saturday 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Driscoll Tree Service would enjoy the opportunity to service you in your landscaping needs. Click on the link to visit our landscape service page for details on our services.
This project was completed in Wiscasset Maine. We started by clearing out all of the overgrowth in the area. Installed a new lawn. Planted Junipers along the hillside along with mulch. Added new trees. Lastly we installed 2 surface water drain systems to keep water away from the house
When Should Trees be Pruned?
This depends on why you prune. If you need to do light pruning and remove dead wood then it can be done anytime. Otherwise, here is a tip for summer. But, remember that individual species may differ.
If you want to direct the growth by slowing the branches or to "dwarf" the development of a tree or branch the pruning should be done soon after seasonal growth is complete. The slowing effect will reduce the total leaf surface, thereby reducing the amount of food manufactured and sent to the roots. Pruning in the summer can also be for corrective purposes. The defective limbs can be seen more easily or limbs that hang down.