KTCA Tree Care, Inc. provides a full range of tree care services to the greater Albuquerque area. KTCA is owned and operated by Kyle Taylor, certified Arborist and New Mexico native. Kyle is certified by and is a member in good standing of the International Society of Arboriculture, or ISA. Our mission and focus is on helping you safely grow and enjoy healthy attractive trees and to provide our customers with the highest level of professional, courteous and quality tree care service.
The New Mexico Climate
The high desert New Mexico climate is particularly challenging to the ongoing health and beauty of trees. With such a small amount of annual rainfall our dry New Mexico climate can make New Mexico trees vulnerable to disease and infestation. KTCA is committed to providing tree care services that will help your trees survive and thrive in our challenging and dry New Mexico climate. Growing healthy and attractive will trees will improve the value of your home your quality of life and help you create your own version of the Urban Forest. We are fully qualified professionals and we offer a full range of tree care services; selection planting and fertilization, treatment ofdiseased trees, infested trees, stump removal and cabling, scheduled tree care,consultations as well as tree trimming and pruning. You shouldn’t have to worry about the health of your trees. That’s our job. You should just enjoy the beauty and serenity and the shade they can bring to your yard.
The Approach of Spring
Spring is rapidly approaching and is just around the corner. Soon the birds will be returning and the trees will start to bud and we will all want to come out from our winter hibernation. Now is the time to contact KTCA and get your trees off to a healthy start for the growing season. Don’t wait until the middle of the growing season, as that is usually not the best time trim, or to apply any necessary preventative measures, or fertilization. Booking your appointment in advance of the Spring rush is a highly recommended, as we have a tendency to get as soon as the daytime temperatures begin to rise. Contact KTCA now and reserve an appointment for a consultation and learn how you can get your trees started off right for the coming growing season.