Pruning (also known as trimming or cutting) is essential to the long term health and appearance of trees and shrubs. It is especially important to remove dead, weakened, diseased and insect-infested limbs..
Sometimes a tree is just out of place and needs to be moved to another area. Please indicate in the description the size of the diameter of the tree at the base (measure straight across the trunk at the bottom)
Specialists in your area will know which forms of fertilization are best for maximum growth conditions of trees and shrubs in your area. Proper fertilization helps keep trees and shrubs healthy for years to come by strengthening their growth process, increasing their ability to heal quickly, and keeping away potentially harmful insects and diseases..
Trees and shrubs can have a significant increase in property values. However, not all plants will survive in every temperature range or soil type. Important questions should be answered before selecting which plants would be best suited for a given area. In addition a professional will know the proper way to plant the tree or shrub for maximum healthy growth.
If you are interested in having your trees assessed as for disease or health of the tree please indicate this in the description.
When it becomes necessary to remove a tree please be sure to designate whether or not you would like the stump removed/ground out as well
Trees, due to their height, are susceptible to being struck by lightning which can kill the tree. If you have a tree that you do not want to lose then lightning protection would be highly suggested. This is the process that through cables, if lightning does come within striking distance of the tree, it is carried away and does not harm the tree
Limbs, especially major ones, that become damaged or split can be potentially hazardous for the life and appearance of the tree. Cabling and Bracing is the process that distributes weight more evenly throughout the tree in the efforts of averting the loss of these limbs.
This is the process of removing a stump by grinding it out below the surface (generally around 6? below). At times you may have special needs that require going lower than this, please indicate this in the description. Please also indicate if there are any surface roots you would like ground out as wel
It is important that the base of the trunk not be covered over by too much mulch and dirt. This can damage the health of the tree through poor growth, pest problems, and/or girdling of the roots.
This is the process of investigating potential risks and provide plans to reduce fire risk without compromising the beauty, wildlife values, and privacy of a forested area. An area will be evaluated on an individual basis and a plan developed to reduce danger and risk of diseased and/or dangerous trees while making every effort to preserve the remaining trees.
At least a quarter million acres have been affected as the Mountain Pine Beetle (MPB) has destroyed many trees. Beetle-Kill is the process of determining if trees have died from the MPB and removing those trees. Any non-infested surrounding trees are protected by spraying against a future attack of the MPB.
Having a pile of rotting and decaying brush or debris in your yard can create a fire hazard. Having this removed can not only protect your property but also add to the beauty of your landscape.