Orlando Certified Arborist

Orlando Certified Arborist

McCullough Tree Service is a family-owned and operated tree care service in central Florida. We have three certified arborists, also known as 'tree doctors,' who can help anyone in Orlando with her tree problems. Our arborists know all about cultivating and managing any tree and plant, from shrubs to vines.

Becoming an Orlando certified arborist is no small feat. Our on-staff arborists have at least three years of full-time work experience in the tree service industry. They also took and passed an arboriculture exam. This is all through the International Society of Arboriculture. A certified arborist knows everything about trees in Orlando; biology, identification, the relationship between tree, soil, and water, nutrition, fertilization, planting, trimming and pruning, preservation, and risk management.

If you need a tree removed, an arborist can help. We will explain how to safely remove the unwanted tree without damaging your home, business, or other plants. The arborist can also trim trees for you. Tree trimming or removal can improve curb appeal, which is essential if you are a homeowner who wants to sell.

Spanish moss is unsightly and bulky; it shades leaves, breaks branches, and hinders growth. It can prevent sunlight from fully shining down and prevent growth. Leaves play a vital part in the overall health of a tree. The only solution is demossing; the arborist climbs up the tree and removes it. Moss removal must be done by a professional.

McCullough Tree Service prides itself on improving the life of a tree. The relationships we build with customers in Orlando are also vital. By hiring one of our certified arborists, you will receive; risk assessments, written and verbal reports, maintenance plans, fertilization, injections, cabling, and guying.

A tree injection is the precise injection of pesticides, plant resistance activators, and fertilizers. This protects the tree from pests and fixes nutrition deficiencies. Tree cabling means to install a cable into the canopy. Cabling a tree prevents limb failure, preserves a damaged or weak tree, and protects it from falling. Tree guying provides wind protection and allows for straight growth.

If you cannot decide which trees to plant, here are McCullough's top recommendations;

  • Black Olive trees are native to the Florida Keys. It typically grows between 40 and 50 feet tall and is green year-round. The trunk is smooth and develops a full crown while aging. Leaves must be raked regularly to avoid stains.
  • Live Oak trees are robust and can sustain hurricane winds. They provide excellent shade and protection from the sun.
  • Mahogany trees are now on Florida's Endangered Tree list because they are cut down so often. They are sustainable and shaped like a canopy, which means great shading. They take 25 years to mature fully.
  • Ficus trees grow very well in tropical climates. They can grow to 100 feet tall and 100 feet wide. Leaves are either dark green or variegated. Regular pruning will help maintain its shape.
  • Gumbo Limbo trees have a peeling red bark and branches that hang low.

For more information about an Orlando certified arborist, please call 407-734-5854. You can also send a message on the contact page or through private email at info@mcculloughtreeservice.com.

Orlando Certified Arborist
McCullough Tree Service
4077345854
125 W Pine Ave
Longwood FL 32750 US

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