Can my tree be saved?
We often get calls from people who have noticed changes on one of their trees. From insects and disease to storm damage, there are many things which can put a tree at risk. Below are some common signs which indicate a tree may need to be examined:
- Partial or total leaf loss
- Leaf discoloration
- Leaf damage
- Bark discoloration
- Fungus or other foreign growth
- Insect colonies
- Cracks, splits or splintering
Only an onsite consultation with an arborist can determine if the tree can be saved, the extent of damage and the proper course of treatment. Clemmons Tree Care is experienced with indigenous species such as our majestic Live Oaks, Magnolias, Palmettos, Wax Myrtles and Cypresses, as well as the diverse range of ornamentals found throughout the Lowcountry, such as the Crepe Myrtle, Red Bud, Dogwood, Japanese Maples, Cherry and more.