Timmy's Tree Service

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Timmy's Tree Service
Timmy's Tree Service offers Tree Services services in Boise ID.

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Timmy's Tree Service has an overall ZapScore of 76. This means that Timmy's Tree Service has a higher ZapScore than 76% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Boise, Idaho is 37 and in the Tree Services category is 27. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Tree Fun Fact Friday! Did you know that people have used the bark of the Red Maple to produce both blue dye and black ink?


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Topping trees is an overused, crude pruning strategy where the Arborist cuts all the major branches such that blunt ends are left without any secondary branches left to assume the dominance. Topping is not an acceptable pruning method and should rarely or never be used.

Wood Chips For Sale! We our offering wood chip delivery up to 20 yards for $100 per delivery. Please call us at 208-412-5647 to setup your delivery.


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FUN FACT FRIDAY! ---- Most Trees Don't Actually Have Deep Taproots Most trees do not have a taproot; they tend to be more shallow-rooted than you might think. While some trees do have a taproot when they are saplings, after a few years the main root system changes to a widespread system with mainly horizontally growing surface roots and only a few vertical, deep anchoring roots. Tree roots have to be shallow to stay within the loose, oxygenated soil near the surface. They are extensive, spreading to several times the width of the canopy. Damage to roots is a major cause of decline, death, or physical failure. Roots are injured or destroyed by soil compaction, soil removal, severed roots, fill soil over roots, flooding, or drought. (Source: PNW ISA) www.timmystrees.com


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