The emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis) is an emerald green beetle native to Asia. The emerald ash borer (also referred to as EAB) is an invasive species and is highly destructive to ash trees. emerald ash borer was first discovered in America in June 2002 in Michigan. It was accidentally brought to the North America in ash wood used in shipping materials.
Due to an overwhelming number of calls regarding emerald ash borer treatments, we may not be able to visit your property in as timely a fashion as we’d like in order to look at your tree. We can quickly provide you with a proposal for treatment of your ash tree with cost to be determined based on our measurement at the time of treatment. If this is something that you are interested in having done to your ash tree, please click here to email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will send you a proposal for your review. If you want to move forward, simply sign the proposal and send it back to us and we will get you put on the treatment list. If you have more than one ash tree, we can get the per diameter inch price down some.
Click the link below for a short video on how to determine your tree’s diameter.
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