At Bethel Tree Services We Are Tree Experts

There is no type of tree in Tennessee we can't properly remove, trim, care or enhance with our arborist services.
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Emergency Tree Service
Before You Need It

When it comes time to call for an emergency tree service, every second wasted puts your property at risk!
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and Surrounding Middle Tennessee

High Quality Service

At Bethel Tree Services our specialists have the expertise to do the job right the first time for both residential and commercial properties. Our Tree Service Team specializes in a wide variety of tree services, from removal and grinding to trimming for preventive maintenance.
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Look For Signs

A tree's owner is legally responsible for damage or injury that occurs because of tree failure.

How to Spot the Early Signs of Tree Failure to Minimize Danger on Your Property.

Decaying trees on your property pose a danger to you, your home, and even your neighbors. If you have trees around your home, learning to recognize the potential signs of tree failure is your responsibility to your community.

When evaluating trees on your property for any signs of potential failure, it is important to understand the way a tree can fail, why it will fail, and the warning signs you should keep an eye out for.

You want to start inspecting your trees for possible failure at the ground. Signs of possible failure at the ground level indicate that the entirety of the tree is at risk of failure. If you see signs of distress in a tree’s canopy such as loss of leaves, dead or brittle branches, it could actually be caused by something within the structure or roots.

If you are noticing any signs of distress in your trees, consult an experienced arborist at Bethel Tree Services for an assessment to avoid the possibility of catastrophic failure.

Homeowners should consider any potential risks associated with trees during storms and seek professional guidance when necessary. By being proactive and responsive, homeowners can take steps to mitigate risks, such as removing weak or diseased trees, pruning branches near structures and securing large trees with professional-grade straps or cables. Protect your Home & family before it is too late!