Tree Care, Lexington, NC

You can turn to our experienced team members for help with all your tree care needs.

Tree Care in Lexington, North CarolinaOur team at Miller Tree Service has extensive experience in working with trees, and we know having trees on your property comes with several benefits, such as extra shade and increased protection against soil erosion. However, we also know poorly maintained trees can cause a variety of problems, such as increasing the risk of storm damage and damaging your foundation with their roots. To help you avoid these problems, we offer a full range of tree care services to ensure your trees continue to grow strong and get rid of any trees that pose problems for your home or business.

The tree care services we offer include tree trimming, which involves removing dead or weak branches and trimming back the crown to ensure it doesn’t become tangled with power lines or threaten your roof. In addition, we can assess the trees on your property to determine if any pose a threat to your buildings or underground utilities—if any of them do, we can take care of the tree removal process for you. Our goal is to prevent your trees from becoming problematic whenever possible, but when they cause problems despite our efforts, we’ll remove them for you to protect your home or business.

We are proud to serve the Lexington, North Carolina community, and we want to help you keep your property’s trees healthy and strong. If you are looking for tree care services, just give us a call to find out what we can do for you.

At Miller Tree Service, we offer tree care services in Winston-Salem, Clemmons, Advance, Lexington, Mocksville, and North High Point, North Carolina.


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