Maintaining Homeowner’s Insurance – Tree Trimming

One frequent issue we are getting calls over recently is insurance companies either threatening to discontinue coverage or outright cancelling the policy.   Trees add value to a property. Not only can they lower energy bills, but they are also beautiful. A...

What Animals Eat Trees?

Taking care of the trees on your property is important. However, caring for trees goes beyond pruning them and being on the lookout for early signs of disease. Another potential threat to be aware of is animal damage to trees, which can be caused by any number of...

Understanding the Different Types of Pruning

When was the last time the trees on your property were properly pruned? If it’s been a few years—or if you’ve never had your trees pruned—it’s time to schedule a tree pruning service to protect the health of your trees before it’s too late....

Cutting Down a Tree? Ask ATP

Reasons to Consider Cutting Down a Tree The decision for cutting down a tree is not always an easy one to make. Typically, you have reasons for wanting a tree removed, but some reasons may be better served by trimming the tree or pruning it. Be sure you make an...

3 Atlanta Fall Foliage Day Trips

Explore All the Fall Fun Metro Atlanta Offers Leaves are falling in Atlanta and if you haven’t noticed some of our trees are starting to turn. During the season, many families like to load up the car on a weekend and head out to see the changing of the leaves. Create...

Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Tree Removal?

Previously, we discussed various scenarios about who is responsible for fallen tree removal when a tree falls on your property or your neighbor’s property. This month we discuss the question “does homeowners insurance cover tree removal?”   The...

Where Do Trees Come From?

At Atlanta Tree Professionals, we talk a lot about removing trees and trimming trees – that’s our business. But isn’t it amazing just how big trees can grow. From a small seed to a huge tree – how does that happen? So for all of the tree...