When you want the best in tree and shrub trimming for your Johnson City property, think of us first!
There is a big difference between what Mother Nature thinks trees and shrubs should look like and what you want for your Johnson City, Tennessee property. She thinks they should grow in a million different directions, usually unevenly. You, on the other hand, want conformity and neatness. The way to overcome her zealous overgrowing is with our tree and shrub trimming services. At Englewood Lawn & Landscapes, we can make your trees and shrubs not only look better, but also be healthier in the process.
Tree and shrub trimming is needed for shaping, as well as to remove dead and diseased branches. By getting rid of these early, you can avoid the entire tree or shrub dying. Trimming also encourages healthy new growth and can protect your home if the branches are endangering your roof or other structures. Dead limbs could also endanger your family or guests to your home. With our tree and shrub trimming services, you will have peace of mind that your property is safe.
You can trust the more than 150 years of combined experience of our five fully equipped crews to handle your tree and shrub trimming properly. With our certifications, including horticulturist, nursery professional, and more, you are assured that your trees and shrubs are in the best care. We are professionals in catching plant health problems, such as the dreaded Japanese beetle, and taking care of them so the landscaping does not suffer.
Trees and shrubs can take a long time to grow to maturity, so you do not want to hand them over to just any tree and shrub trimming company. Trust our professionals to do the job right, and you will have healthy and beautiful trees and shrubs for many years to come. We are Your Personal Gardener®.
At Englewood Lawn & Landscapes, we offer tree and shrub trimming services in Bristol, Chuckey, Church Hill, Colonial Heights, Elizabethton, Kingsport, Limestone, Mount Carmel, Piney Flats, Johnson City, and Unicoi, Tennessee, as well as Abingdon, Big Stone Gap, Bristol Gate City, and Weber City, Virginia.