Birmingham, AL (WiredPRNews.com) Alabama homeowners now have a potent ally in the war against kudzu. The professionals at Premiere Tree Services; one of Birmingham’s most experienced arborist firms, are experts in the removal of the troublesome vine.
Home and property owners may need professional kudzu removal because the vine can actually kill trees. It cuts them off from food, sunlight and water and saps their vitality. This can make them susceptible to diseases and insects and destroy the value of a property.
Since they are professional arborists, Premiere’s crews can safely remove kudzu without threatening the life of a tree. This can save valuable shade and ornamental vegetation and protect property value. It can also ensure that the vine does not spread and threaten the rest of a property.
Kudzu Removal Experts
Premiere’s people are kudzu removal experts they have been fighting the vine for years. They can actually remove the vine and keep it away by taking out even the roots.
The reason removing this plant requires experts, is that it can borrow deep beneath the ground and come up again later on. The Premiere team knows how to find those roots and eradicate them to clear a property of this blight.
Premiere’s kudzu services are available throughout Alabama so no home or property owner has to put up with the vine. The value and beauty of land can be protected and ensured.
Free estimates from these kudzu removal experts are available. Therefore homeowners take no risk when they call Premiere for help.
In addition to kudzu removal, the arborists can also remove trees killed by the vine, and plant new ones to restore a property’s pristine appearance. They can also perform all other tree services including spraying, pruning and limb removal.
A property can now look as if it was never infested by kudzu in the first place. Expert removal is now available throughout Alabama. For more information about Premiere Tree Services of Birmingham, 1401 Doug Baker Blvd. Ste. #107-169,Birmingham, AL 35242, phone: (205) 598-2104, email: [email protected] or visit http://birmingham.premieretreeservices.com/.