I am in the USA and have inherited my family home that has/had a beautiful Sugar Maple at least 25 years old. A local tree trimming company topped and trimmed the tree on March 2nd. There were no buds or leaves at the time and I was told it was the right time to do this job. But about 2 weeks ago the leaves came out and they were redish brown with slight green undertones...and a little limp. Now, they are little better, but not much and a visual at a distance it looks like fall foliage. I am just about sick with worry over this wonderful tree. I am so afraid that the topping has caused some permanent damage??...or allowed some sort of stem wood infection (I've been reading). Does/has anyone seen or know of this...I'm disperate for an answer what I can do to mitigate this problem. Thank You for your time.