Trees can grow in such a manner that their physical structure can no longer support their own weight. This is particularly common in mature multi-trunked trees and trees with open canopies. Failure of a large branch or trunk can result in property damage, personal injury, or the decline of a tree’s health. Cables and bracing rods are tools arborists use to protect or improve the structural integrity of trees.
Emergency Tree Care Services
Emergency Tree Care Services, Inclement weather can foster the need for Emergency Tree Care. Storms can cause tree limbs to fail and entire trees to fall, damaging property and blocking access to homes, driveways and streets. That is why Arbortech has an emergency call system for existing clients. Your telephone call will be returned in a prompt manner and a Certified Arborist will assess your needs.
While it is often the last resort, there are circumstances when tree removal is necessary. Urban trees that are dead or declining, often present a hazard to person and property. Your arborist can assist you in making that determination. Our Certified Arborists have the training and experience to remove trees in a safe and efficient manner.
Pruning or trimming trees is both an art and a science. While there may be as many reasons to prune a tree as there are trees, the important factor is that there is a reason to prune and trim. Each cut has the potential of changing the growth habit, character, and health of a tree. Your arborist can determine the type of pruning needed to establish and maintain the health of your trees, and is an expert at pruning each species of tree to develop and maintain its unique aesthetic form.
The better your soil breathes, the more it benefits your plant’s growth. Everything in nature needs oxygen to thrive. Dense, compacted, heavy soils tend to negatively impact oxygen flow. That’s why your soil needs aeration to allow oxygen and vital nutrients to efficiently reach your plants roots. The harder a plant works to accomplish this, the less energy it has for growth and yield.
Stump grinding, stump removal, tree stump. Your arborist can tailor stump grinding to meet your needs. Once a tree is removed, we can grind the stump to a standard depth that allows for the growth of turf or groundcover. Should it be desirable to plant a replacement tree in the same location as the removed tree, your arborist can specify a “deep” stump grind. Stump grinding can also include the removal of any remaining large surface roots.
Stem Injection, Transplanting, Ground Injection/Drenching, Tree Planning, Tree Consultations, Foliage Spraying, Tree Removal