ACE Tree Serviced removed female Ginko trees at Hoover City Hall today to eliminate the fruit falling all over the police cars.
ACE Tree Service participated on a tree debris clean up after horryfying hurricane Michael hit Florida.
Ace Tree Service removed a tree in Birmingham, Al. We also used our stump grinder to grind the stump at the customer's backyard.
Ace Tree Service cut down a tree in Birmingham, AL . We utilized our 38 ton Crane not to cause any damage to the customer's beautiful yard. For any tree service in Birmingham, Al call ACE Tree (205) 332-7757.
Ace Tree Service removed a large oak tree in Homewood, AL . We utilized our 38 ton Crane for safe removal and no damage to the customer's beautiful yard. The oak tree was old and limbs kept falling on customer's roof and yard.For any tree service in Birmingham, Al call ACE Tree (205) 332-7757.
ACE Tree earned Angies's list super service award for providing oustanding service to its customers!
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Our newest piece of equipment! A Carlton stump grinder. It can grind any stump you have quicker and more economical than before. It also does a great job with large root balls that have been blown over. Track machine helps to take care of your beautiful lawn!
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ACE Tree Service had to remove 5 mature red oaks at Samford University for a new dorm. Hate to see them go but plenty more valuable trees on campus including many mature live oaks they we take care of annually.
There is a large ambrosia beetle infestation at Aldridge Gardens in Hoover, Al - Birmingham area. In particular these four Magnolias are Eddie Aldridge's pride and joy so we were hired to prune out every single dead limb that the beetle was inside to try to save the tree. The ambrosia beetle bores into the twig and and leaves a fungus that kills the twigs.
The beetle is no bigger than the point of an ink pin. But it can cause major damage.