WHAT'S WRONG WITH MY TREE?
Trees are highly compartmentalized systems consisting of key parts.
Understanding these systems is the key to understanding a trees needs.
Is the tree loosing leaves?
Are there insects or holes in the leaves?
Are the leaves the wrong color?
Are the leaves smaller or larger than normal?
Do the leaves fall off earlier than they should?
Leaves tell us a lot about the health of a tree. Expert trees certified arborist can identify problems and recommend a prescription to improve and protect your trees health.
Are there dead or broken branches?
Do limbs seem to heavy?
Are limbs interfering with buildings or structures?
Is there a hazard in your tree?
Expert tree services pruning service can correct these problems with industry standard ANSZI pruning procedures. We also offer tree support systems for cracked and split trees.
Trunk and Bark
Are there holes in the bark?
Do You see mushrooms?
Is the tree Hollow?
Are there cracks or splits?
Our arborist can asses and prescribe the best course of action for hazardous and declining trees. Many damaging insects enter the tree through its bark. Early recognition and treatment can save your tree
Root Crown and Roots
Can you see a root crown?
Has your tree been planted too deep?
Has mulch or fill accumulated over time?
Has there been recent construction near your tree?
Do you get mushrooms in your lawn?
Most of the trees root system is in the top 18 inches of soil. These roots are detrimental to the health and strength of the tree. Using modern tools and practices, many of these problems can be remediated.
Are your trees suffocating from lack of oxygen?
Are they struggling in poor soil conditions?
Is your tree getting the nutrients that it needs?
Soil and root conditions are the most important factors influencing your trees health. Our Tree health programs ensure appropriate nutrients, microorganisms, and soil health for proper root development.
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