What most people fail to realize is that it incredibly dangerous to ignore your trees, it could cause property damage in form of branches breaking off and falling on cars or even people. Some trees even have structural damages and could split and fall at any giving period in time. This defects in tree structures and normally caused by insect infestation and/or diseases, construction around the tree roots, lightning, changing the grade of the land due to landscaping or building construction effects on the root system of trees. We could help save the tree by holding it in place with rods or cable if there are just structural defects or trim the branches when they are growing out out of place, but there are cases when you start to notice clear signs like loose leaves, dead branches, decaying(-ed) trunks, then that tree might require removal to prevent consequent damage to property or even lives.
Our services provide undeniable value to your home and landscape. The installation process and applications that we use are able to stand up to the area’s annual freezing and thawing processes that damage improperly installed walks and patios. Our staffs will be provide you with the following necessary services:
- Routine tree inspection, check its structure, pest or diseases,
- bracing, cabling and stabilizing a structurally damaged tree,
- assess the environmental threat management of the tree to see if its a risk
- Stump removal and grinding,
- Trimming & removing limbs that interfere with and obstruct utility wires, building functions, streets or sidewalks,
- Trimming & removing dead or weak limbs posing a hazardous condition,
- Trimming & removing diseased or insect-infested limbs,
- Training young trees,
- Removing limbs damaged by adverse weather conditions.
- Removing the tree if its deems an environmental threat.
Just like how we take care of ourselves every week by visiting the barber for a haircut, so should trees be trimmed to maintain their beautiful, healthy appearance. Tree trimming is not an easy task, but can be done yourself with care and proper training or it can left in the care of a landscaping pro. The advantages of tree trimming is to remove dead branches and leaves so new ones can grow.You may also find that your tree needs some trimming if it’s getting a bit too close to the house. High winds, storms and loose branches can cause serious damage to your home, if not taken care of properly.
There are many conditions that can cause your tree to be affected bu pest and or diseases even with proper care. Their existence in a tree could lead to a waste of several efforts to ensure that the tree stays healthy and in good form. There are ways of preventing this from occurring like carefully monitoring for signs of abnormal change such as spots on leaves, fungi, or changes in plant structure in your tree.
In the case of pest removal, there plenty of insects that can infect your tree, causing irreversible damage to it and surrounding trees. You can go online or visit a local home and garden store and ask for a formula to control a specific infestation. If this looks like its beyond something you can do, you can contact us and we will send a pro who can help identify the problem and treat it appropriately.
The most common diseases for a tree are Rot and fungi. Tree Fungus is a common ailment for tree occurs when fungal spores come in contact with a susceptible host they begin to grow, enter, and feed on the tree or shrub. Not all fungi growing on your tree are harmful; some do not affect the tree at all while others are even beneficial. Rot should begin to set in as the fungi begins to break down the wood within the trees, causing to decay and weaken. Similarly to pests, there are many fungicides at your local home and garden store that can help eliminate the fungus and stop the growth.
More than just a decorative element to your yard, mulch provides many benefits to your trees. It helps insulate the ground around the tree from drastic change in temperatures and retains water. This can be particularly helpful for trees that have been replanted.
The amount of mulch you’ll need depends on the size of the tree itself and how many trees you plan on mulching. Most tree bases need between 3’ to 10’ of mulch around the tree.