Tree Health Care

We offer a variety of services to keep your trees healthy and beautiful, as well as protect the investment you’ve made in your landscaping. The first step in caring for your trees and shrubs begins with a consultation in which we:

  • Survey your property and develop a management plan for existing trees and shrubs
  • Diagnose disease, insect, or other plant health care issues
  • Assess individual tree(s) for the purpose of evaluating hazardous trees
  • Plan development and implementation in order to preserve trees on sites before and after construction occurs
  • Evaluate individual trees and shrubs or entire properties, for any legal, tax, or insurance purpose

Our Featured Services

Insect and Disease Control
We offer preventive, long-term measures to help protect your trees from harmful insects and diseases. Many trees are susceptible to a variety of regional diseases and insect infestations, which often require a tree health specialist like those on our staff to make a diagnosis.

Emerald Ash Borer Prevention
We offer the most effective treatment options to control Emerald Ash Borer and work with property owners to develop a management plan for the ash trees on their property.

Deep Root Fertilization
In urban environments, trees often lack the nutrients found in forest soils. Our slow release custom-blend fertilizer is injected directly into the trees root zone to supply the necessary nutrients for healthy growth.

Soil Remediation & Root Management
Urban soils can be harsh environments for tree roots to grow. These soils can inhibit growth and result in health issues. In many cases, soil remediation can bring these trees back to good health.

Growth Regulators

A tree growth regulator (TGR) is a chemical that suppresses a plant hormone responsible for growth. We can apply these treatments to your trees for different purposes. A growth regulator can be used to:

  • Maintain tree size by reducing growth rates
  • Invigorate root growth
  • Improve drought tolerance
  • Stabilize older and declining trees
  • Enhance the green of foliage and the abundance of the canopy