Sally Storm Damage

Hurricane Sally is making her way through Atlanta, complete with rain, flood warnings and more. Hopefully, the metro area will escape the worst of the storm, but homeowners should start making plans to check their properties for remaining elements of Sally storm...

Summertime Tree Trimming

Trees do most of their growing in the springtime. But by summertime, branches can be encroaching roof tops, power lines and preventing the sunlight from shining into your yard. But is summertime really the best time of year to be pruning and cutting trees? Here are a...
Assessing the Risk of Hazardous Trees

Assessing the Risk of Hazardous Trees

Many of us would agree that trees add to our enjoyment of outdoor experiences, whether in forests, parks, urban landscapes or our own back yards. However, we may not always be aware of the risks associated with defective and hazardous trees included in the landscape....

Tree Lightning Damage?

The Tree Looks Ok … So you have a tree that has been struck by lightning. It may look ok, but tree lightning damage can be very subtle. In some cases, when lightning strikes, it can target the thick layer underneath the bark that we’re unable to see. As a...

Thinning Trees Correctly

Thinning trees is an appropriate technique for maintaining the health and safety of your trees. Thinning involves the selective removal of a tree branch back to the main branch or tree trunk. Typically the cut is made at the point of origin of the branch that is cut....

Who Pays for a Fallen Tree?

It certainly has been a rainy winter and spring! All that rain has softened the ground, generally making our trees more vulnerable to falling over and damaging property. All it takes is a strong wind gust! So the question arises: when Mother Nature unleashes her fury,...

COVID-19 Announcement

Axemen Tree Services continues to take care of our customers in this time by following best practices.