Bob Ray Co., Inc., Services
Bob Ray Co., Inc., has been offering a variety of commercial and residential tree services in Louisville for nearly 60 years.
Bob Ray Co., Inc., offers the following list of tree services:
Have a troubled tree on your property? Learn what options you have to make your property as safe as possible, look great, and help to increase its value.
Residential · Commercial · Municipal · Pruning/Trimming · Removal · Stump Grinding · Cabling/Bracing · Storm Damage · Clean Up · & More!
Healthy trees have both a financial and environmental impact. A healthy tree increases the value of your property and it provides energy savings and air quality benefits for the owner.
Fertilization · Emerald Ash Borer Treatment · Dutch Elm Disease Treatment · Insecticide Spray and Trunk Wash · Fungicide Spray · Dormant Oil Spray · & More!
Progress and change is a part of life, which sometimes includes Land Clearing. This division uses its large array of equipment to complete services ranging from selective thinning for residential property to clearing for all sizes of commercial developments.
Selective Thinning · Storm Clean Up · Commercial Development · Municipal Projects · & More!
Finding a local, responsible and certified tree care company can be difficult. Bob Ray Co. Inc. is dedicated to providing the most professional and safe service possible. Just see what the many happy customers of Bob Ray Co. Inc. have to say.
Great work. Have used the Bob Ray company several times. Always satisfied.
Crew did a great job pruning multiple trees and cleaned up around our office. Will use Bob Ray company again.....
Price quoted surprisingly competitive with other tree services. I have used them in the past and always find them to be incredibly responsive, one time coming out the next day to get a tree off my car and driveway during a busy storm season. Tree trimming away from the house looks great. Came earlier than scheduled which I requested.
Excellent work! Fast and professional.
The best tree care company in Louisville. If you are searching for an arborist in Louisville Bob Ray Co. Is the best!
The guys were great. Very knowledgeable about our problems with our two trees. I could tell they took pride in a job well done. Very impressed and will use them again!
Thanks for having an arborist available. Laura came out last week and assessed the health of our trees and provided extremely helpful info to care for them. We were very pleased with a large job Bob Ray did in the past and you didn't disappoint this time. We appreciate Bob Ray having a knowledgeable and considerate arborist available!
Bob Ray Company did an outstanding job topped off, crowned and trimmed our very old honeysuckle, and removed two stubs from another old honeysuckle and removed a large stump and its roots and grind them away to nothing. It was a pleasure doing business with their workers. They were very friendly, professional and courteous and left the site area very clean. Would highly recommend Bob Ray Company for any kind of tree servicing. Thank you Bob Ray Company.
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Here is a very common question we receive almost daily regarding tree care:
I've been doing a fair amount of investigation prior to I beginning a couple of larger trimming projects. I feel I've a good grasp on where and how to trim the live limbs but I'm not certain on dead ones. If a limb has died and the branch collar is extended down the limb exactly where do I cut the branch collar? Do I trim the dead limb flush with the extended branch collar or trim it back closer to the truck?
Cut back as far as you are able to with out cutting the live wood. The branch at this point has compartmentalized around the dead limb. In the event you were to cut it off at the branch collar now, you'd just be opening one more wound. Occasionally customers complain if the cuts are plain sight, since it does not look pretty.
Just bear in mind the larger the cut, the larger the wound, the larger the wound, the harder and longer it takes to heal, if it ever does. Some trees it may not matter that much, but others it could be the beginning of the end.