If you’re in need of tree service, consider DLC Arbor. We are an arbor service company that has been proudly serving the Denver area for over 30 years. We are a BBB accredited business and endorsed by Team Dave Logan. Please call 303 378-8000 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment.
The city of Denver is known for its beautiful variety of parks and scenic tree-lined streets. There are about 1.4 million trees in the Denver area. What many don’t realize is the amazing fact that most of the trees were planted. Generations of horticulturists have toiled to develop trees sturdy enough for the rigors of the Front Range. Despite the many challenges, a wide variety of tree species not only survive the Colorado climate, they prosper. Got a problem tree or need a tree insect inspection? Why not call DLC - a trusted and license residential arbor company?
Take Action Against the Emerald Ash Borer Now
Ash trees make up about 15 percent of the urban forest in Denver or over 200,000 ash trees. According to the Colorado State Forest Service and Denver City Foresters, mature ash trees should be treated for emerald ash borer (EAB) this year. This tree pest has devoured tens of millions of ash trees in the eastern part of the U.S. because American ash trees have no immunity. The EAB is now in Colorado and homeowners should act now to save their ash trees. To save money, DLC Arbor recommends that ash trees be protected for both the EAB, lilac borers and other ash tree pests. Click here for the latest news on the EAB insect control.
Silver Maple and Oak Tree Pruning
Silver maples and oak trees are some most popular trees in Denver neighborhoods. Many were planted 50 to 100 years ago. Both trees need to be pruned to help them withstand Denver's snow storms and prevent storm damage. Click here for more information about DLC's tree pruning services.
Large Tree Removal and Stump Grinding
The polar plunge in November 2014 effected many trees in the Denver urban forest. There was a dramatic drop in temperature that month. Since trees had not hardened, many trees in Denver got flash frozen. Homeowners with oak trees in their yard should look for black shriveled trigs or dead buds. If the tree does not bud, it has probably died. Oak and maple trees tend to be large. DLC Arbor has the equipment to remove the largest trees found in the Denver area. Click here for more information about large oak and maple tree removal.