Why do we inject trees and shrubs with nutrients? Our approach is not to make your trees grow quicker, although healthy trees do grow. When a tree stops growing, it starts dying.
Back to the question, when was the last time you walked into the forest and the leaf litter was thigh high? It probably never occurs. The fallen leaves, dead twigs, acorn and fruit falls to the ground and breaks down and becomes organic food for our forested trees. This is the approach we introduce into your landscape. Most want their property looking as sharp or better than their neighbor. When this is done you take those extra nutrients away and a tree is left looking for extra nutrients. Sub soil nutrient injections are used to put back what is taken away. By doing this we increase the health and vigor of your investment.
Everyone loves a great landscape, and once the thermometer reaches the 70-degree mark, you may start to think about sprucing up that lawn. For many, warmer weather brings a landscape ritual that has you mulching, planting, and fertilizing. However, when it comes to trees, you may fall a little short. Don’t fret, many homeowners tend to overlook tree care.
Those simple camouflaged sculptures adorn our homes with shade, beautiful floral blossoms and fall foliage, and most of the time, they seem perfectly healthy. However, since many people overlook tree care, trees can and often do get sick. Many trees go unnoticed without proper care until it’s too late. So, if you want to plant, prune, or just ensure good tree health, call in the pros.
Working with an arborist allows you to receive expert tree care. While you may be pretty handy with a shovel, you will want to let a professional handle pruning your walnut tree. Furthermore, trees are susceptible to a variety of diseases. Insects such as termites, caterpillars, or mites can also wreck havoc—weakening the structural integrity and causing a tree to be unsafe.
Even if you have never used a tree care service, it’s a good idea to receive a tree checkup. Many trees can have loose or dead limbs that can damage power or rooflines during storms. Calling in an arborist to walk your property before something happens is always good practice. Here are a few things you should consider when selecting a pro.
Choose a Multifaceted Company
We provide multiple tree services including pruning, bracing, stump removal, and even disease management.
Insured and Bonded
Our company is fully bonded and insured.
A good professional tree care service will have certified arborists on staff. Our company’s arborists are accredited with ISA certifications. An ISA certification denotes that each arborist is trained in advanced tree care. Their knowledgeable about how to treat and manage any tree disease issues.
We're passionate about what we do and you’ll be happy with our results.