Introducing Winkler's Tree and Lawn Service! Founded in 1975, Winkler's has grown to be one of the largest comprehensive tree and lawn care specialists in the Chicago land area. In addition to being Illinois' first nationally accredited tree care company by the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA), Winklers is a Certified Arborist and member of both the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) and the Society of Commercial Arboriculture (SCA).
Winkler’s 40+ full-time professionals provide a full range of arboriculture services to residential, commercial and governmental customers. We are licensed, bonded and insured. Therefore, you can rest assured knowing that our number one priority is safety!
As a local Batavia, IL 60510 tree and lawn care contractor, we do more than just remove trees and trim trees. We also provide various tree preservation services such as root pruning and/or crown pruning that can be performed as regular maintenance or can assist in minimizing impact to trees during construction projects. We also offer various fertilization programs, disease treatments and pest control treatments that can protect your trees from disease and/or invasive insects that make seek to use your trees as a host or home. Winkler's specializes in performing preventative care treatments for Emerald Ash Borer, Dutch elm disease, crab apple scab, oak wilt, hawthorn rust and more.
Winkler's Tree Service employs a team of full time Arborists and technicians which allow us to accurately identify your trees species and diagnose your trees issues. We provide Arborist Assessments and Tree Inventory Services per our customers request or as required by many local municipalities permit processes (resulting from local tree preservation ordinances). Employing a Certified Arborist to author your tree inventory and action plan will result in an accurate and intelligent plan to preserve and maintain the trees on your property.
In addition to our tree and shrub services, Winkler's also provides a complete line of lawn care services which include aeration and fertilization programs that include grub and insect control as well as broadleaf weed control.
Healthy looking lawns do not happen all by themselves. Our team of experts can prescribe a fertilization and treatment package that will be tailored specific to your property’s needs. Our staff will take the time to explain the circumstances that are specific to your lawns deficiencies. We can help you achieve the well-manicured lawn that will make your lawn the talk of the neighborhood.
If you are seeking a local tree contractor or lawn care provider in Batavia, IL then look no further. Contact Winkler's Tree and Lawn Service to schedule an appointment.
The Illinois Department of Agriculture (IDOA) confirmed the emerald ash borer (EAB) is in Batavia.
The infestation was discovered by an employee of Kramer Tree Specialists, Inc. while responding to a customer inquiry. This discovery was reported to the City of Batavia and the IDOA. After the confirmation of EAB by the IDOA, they responded immediately with a survey team to identify the limits of the visible infestation. The results of the survey identified that the emerald ash borers were found in 43 (forty-three) trees in the Batavia Industrial Park, located in the far northeast area of Batavia. The infested trees are located on private and City of Batavia property.
Batavia has nearly 1,700 ash trees on its parkways, which is about 18 percent of the city’s 9,500 parkway trees. Additionally, there are thousands of ash trees on private property in Batavia. Ash trees were widely planted in the city and in much of northeast Illinois because they are fairly inexpensive and generally quite tolerant of soils and climate in this area.
Since 2000, the City of Batavia has minimized the planting of trees that exceed 10 percent of any one species. In addition, the City of Batavia has not planted any ash trees since the fall of 2003 as a result of the initial infestation in Michigan. This effort to further diversify the overall tree population was specifically aimed to minimize the effects of an infestation.
Read more about EAB in the City of Batavia by visiting the City's website: http://www.cityofbatavia.net/