About Jerry’s Tree
Jerry’s Tree Service is a locally owned and operated family business with over 30 years of experience. We work hard to ensure the absolute best results no matter what kind of tree issue is being resolved. Our company has the equipment, motivation, and know how to provide the customer with the most hassle free and seamless experience possible to take care of their trees.
- Tree preservation
- Tree pruning
- Tree removal
- Tree stabilizing
- Stump grinding
- Licensed & Insured
- Competitive pricing
Dead, decaying, ugly, problem trees, and annoying stumps? Jerry’s Tree Service has the knowledge and equipment to mitigate these problems in the least invasive way possible.
With over 30 years serving SWLA, Owner and Arborist Jerry DeBarge and his experienced crews are ready to help you with any tree or stump issues or problems you might have!
Jerry’s Tree Service owns and maintains all of our service equipment. We purchase and use the newest and safest equipment available to the industry. With the success and satisfaction of our business and customers, we take pride investing in our tools and equipment and the quality of our service reflects our dedication!
A pruned tree is a healthy tree. Removing unnecessary limbs and weight from your trees allows growth in all the right places and also decreases sail, which is the number one cause of storm damage to trees. The occasional haircut for your trees will give you a sturdier and prettier all around tree.
Vertical cracks, seams, dead branch stubs and large, older wounds suggest internal decay. Severe damage to the main trunk often warrants removal of the tree. If the damaged area is less than 25 percent of the circumference of the trunk, the wound could gradually heal over and no permanent injury should result.
Grinding is the quickest and most efficient way to get ugly stumps out of your yard. The process completely erases any remnants of stump and leaves a healthy amount of mulch which can be used for landscaping or can be hauled off to show a clean flat surface where your stump once was.