Numerous ash trees have become victims of emerald ash borer damage, an invasive wood-boring beetle.

Emerald Ash Borer Damage

Numerous ash trees have become victims of the ash borer, an invasive wood-boring beetle.

Signs of emerald ash borer damage:

  • Crown dieback
  • Vertical cracks
  • Unusual hoots growing out of the lower trunk
  • D-shape exit holes
  • Bark loss
  • Yellowing foliage
  • Woodpecker feeding holes

If caught early, there’s a chance your tree could be saved by a professional arborist. If caught late and the tree has suffered irreparable damage, the tree should be removed to protect your property from potential damage should the tree start to lose branches or even topple.

When you need professional, effective, and efficient tree removal, contact WoodChuck Tree Service. Call 716-774-8717 or request your free estimate.