Homeowners rely on Davey's tree care knowledge to ensure the health and beauty of their trees and landscape.
It is our commitment to you to perform all work safely and effectively, which is why we are bonded, insured, and licensed.
Our ISA Certified Arborists provide professional lawn care and local tree services near you in Bethel Park, Mount Lebanon, Steubenville, and many other locations throughout South Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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Your local Pittsburgh Davey arborists are ISA Certified, bonded and fully insured.
What does that mean?
It’s our commitment to you to provide the best tree services for the health and safety of your trees and landscape. With the ISA Certification, we have deeper knowledge in the art and science of tree care for diagnosing and treating your trees.
Davey is also recognized as an accredited tree care company. Our TCIA accreditation represents our position as a tree service company committed to safety, expertise, and professionalism.
Our local Pittsburgh arborists are here to answer all your tree care questions!
Manager: Miles Stephens
Address: 207 Freedom Dr, Lawrence, PA 15055
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The dormant season usually arrives in your region within the early winter weeks. Trees enter the dormant or “resting” season based on a decrease in temperature and daylight received.
The best time to trim (prune) trees is anytime between late fall and early spring.
In fall and winter, trees enter a dormant stage, halting their growth. This inactivity along with dropping temperatures creates an ideal setting for pruning.
If you prune after new growth has started, you can limit the plant’s bloom potential for the year.