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From tree planting to tree removal, Foxfire Tree Care can handle all your residential and commercial tree service needs.
We’ll help your landscape thrive by giving your trees the extra care they deserve. From rejuvenating lilac bushes, to trimming large hedges, from fruit tree pruning to removing deadwood on 150 year old sugar maples, we do it all safely and efficiently, with the long term health of the trees in mind.
No job is to big or to small. We’ll can assess your trees health and create a plan that works for you. Our efficient crew, led by a Certified Arborist, is up the challenge of any tree removal. We follow industry safety standards and utilize compact equipment to minimize any disturbance to the surroundings.
The world deserves more trees. Foxfire Tree Care can help you determine what trees will grow well in the conditions of your landscape, as well as suggest trees that have the characteristics you’re looking for. We’ll plant the tree in a manner that follows industry standards and will provide decades of benefits to you and the wildlife surrounding you.
Since trees don’t grow overnight, we understand the desire to keep them as long as possible. When a tree shows signs of defects or decline, all is not lost. Well send a Certified Arborist to evaluate the situation and create a plan to mitigate the defects or slow the decline. Whether the problem is in the roots or the upper canopy, we can often target the issue and make lasting corrections.
If you are in the unfortunate situation of having trees suffered storm damage on your property, we can help. Whether it’s pulling a tree off of a structure or dislodging a broken top from another tree, we’ve got you covered. Foxfire Tree Care can safely deal with the aftermath of a storm as well as help you prepare for future ones.
With the beginnings of an Emerald Ash Borer infestation in Vermont, if you haven’t made a plan yet, now is the time. We advocate for a management approach of identifying trees that will be hazardous if they are infested and removing them, as well as trees that may fit into a larger management plan.