McAbee Tree Care services all of Lumpkin County including Dahlonega, Georgia. From tree removal to vista prunning, we offer complete tree service in all the county. That’s a total area of 284 square miles of trees.
The area was settled by the Cherokee, who also occupied areas of what became delimited as southeastern Tennessee and western North Carolina.
Lumpkin County was created on December 3, 1832. The county was named for Wilson Lumpkin, who at the time was governor of Georgia. Lumpkin’s daughter, Martha Wilson Lumpkin Compton, was the namesake of the town named Marthasville, the early-1840s name for Atlanta in Fulton County; this was designated as the capital of the state after the Civil War.
In the 1830s, gold was discovered in the county near Auraria, leading to a rush of miners and development. The U.S. government established a mint in Dahlonega. It was operated for more than 20 years, until the Civil War broke out. State contractors later acquired gold from this county to gild the dome of the current state capitol building in Atlanta.
Of course we do everything we can to save trees whenever possible but sometimes they are too diseased or damaged to heal or are a safety hazard to people or property. When that’s the case, you need tree removal services fast. Also, dead trees lack the ability to support themselves so leaving them poses another threat and should be removed. McAbee Tree Care can handle any tree job big or small and will come out and give you a free estimate. We have experienced personnel and the right equipment to get the job done.
We also offer 24/7 emergency tree removal services in Lumpkin County.
Lumpkin County Map - Tree Services Coverage Area In And Around Lumpkin County