WILD BILL TREE SERVICE offers quality tree care services for communities across Utah’s Wasatch Front and Wasatch Back. We are a professional tree care contractor that serves residential and commercial clients. We are locally owned and we have been serving the surrounding communities for many years. Our objective is to provide our customers with the highest quality services as well as consistently outstanding customer care.
Are your trees, shrubs or hedges starting to look a little overgrown? Having them professionally trimmed by WILD BILL TREE SERVICE will do more than enhance their beauty. It will also improve their health. That’s why you should be calling our certified arborists to take care of your Greater Salt Lake City, Utah area trees.
When bushes begin to reach the point of overgrowth, those extra limbs and foliage become a substantial weight that the tree must support — both structurally and nutritionally. In fact, overcrowded branches can actually limit the total amount of light the plant receives, hindering it from achieving its maximum photosynthesis potential.
Proper tree trimming will greatly improve the appearance of your Utah property. It will also ensure stability and the perfect environment for the growth of trees, shrubs, and hedges.
We know very well it’s easy to fall in love with your trees. We understand you might be worried about cutting a favorite tree. You’ll be happy to know WILD BILL TREE SERVICE is an expert at tree pruning in Utah.
Think about tree pruning as if it were surgery for a tree. Pruning removes dead and diseased branches so that new and healthy branches can grow unimpeded. A tree pruner needs knowledge and the right tools to perform an operation. Wild Bill Tree Service has years of experience caring for trees, and we know what keeps them healthy. Our skilled experts preserve your tree’s health and beauty while removing unnecessary branches.
Before making a cut, we evaluate the situation. Among other considerations, we determine a tree’s age and species, and we examine its location and growth rate. Armed with this information, we can prune the tree according to what’s best for the tree. After everything is considered, we set to work making the necessary prunes and cuts. We don’t make a single cut unless it contributes to the overall health of the tree and the ecosystem of which it is a crucial and integrated part.