Pruning is the most common tree maintenance procedure. Although forest trees grow quite well with only nature's pruning, landscape trees require a higher level of care to maintain their safety and aesthetics. Pruning should be done with an understanding of how the tree responds to each cut. Improper pruning can cause damage that will last for the life of the tree, or worse, shorten the tree's life.
Although tree removal is a last resort, there are circumstances when it is necessary. An arborist can help decide whether or not a tree should be removed. Arborists have the skills and equipment to safely and efficiently remove trees.
Insects and diseases may become serious threats to your tree's health. As soon as you notice any abnormality in your tree's appearance, you must begin a careful analysis to gain an understanding of the problem. By examining the specific symptoms of damage and understanding their causes, you can make a reasonable diagnosis of the problem and select the proper treatment.
With newly-planted, young or sickly trees on your landscape, there may be a need for deep root special liquid feeding. This process involves fertilizing the tree roots deep down inside the soil, rather than from the surface. This allows nutrients to be carried upward and made available to the rest of the tree.
In order to resist extreme weather and environmental stressors, tree limbs can be tethered together as a means of reinforcement and support of their structure. This practice, known as cabling, is often used to save the health of a tree and preserve its appearance.
By enforcing stump grinding, our experts can shave the remains of a tree trunk until it is gone, as opposed to full removal, which can churn through most of the soil in your yard and leave a large hole. With stump grinding, you will be left with far less massive hole and more desirable effects.