What Arboriculture Services Can Do For You
Healthy And Beautiful Trees Bring Ecological Benefits
Trees can add value to your property and improve your neighborhood’s health. Healthy and beautiful trees can bring the significant community and ecological benefits. Neglecting to maintain trees can pose a serious risk and even be dangerous. Incorrect tree work not only puts the tree at risk but also poses a danger to the person doing the work. Only those properly trained and qualified to perform tree work should be allowed to do it. An arborist is someone who has a specialization in caring for trees. An ISA-Certified Arborist can recognize the needs of trees and provide arboricultural reports and the maintenance and care necessary to improve a tree’s beauty, health, and structural soundness.
A local ISA Certified Arborist can help you maintain your tree investment by offering various services, including planting, pruning, health care and removal, appraisals, expert witness, and emergency tree care.
An ISA Certified Arborist is trained to know how to prune trees in order to improve or maintain their overall health, appearance, safety, and safety. You might need to prune your trees:
- To help young trees develop strong structures, train them
- To increase light penetration airflow through your canopy, use thin limbs
- Take out damaged branches and limbs
- Take out limbs that are causing injury or interference with structures.
- Take out any limbs that are weak, dead, or diseased
- Improve storm protection by creating a better structure
- Reduce excess weight at the branches’ ends
- Improve the shape of a tree that is damaged
Arborists can help you choose the right tree and how to plant it. The incorrect tree planted in the wrong place almost always leads to future problems due to limited space, insects and diseases, poor growth, or worse. Special equipment and skills are required for large tree planting. A ISA Certified Arborist can help you determine the proper depth of planting and how to care for your trees after they have moved.
Plant Health Care
Trees’ sound structure and general health can be maintained by taking preventive measures and maintaining them. Trees will be better protected against diseases and insects. Arborists recommend the following health maintenance measures:
Preventive Safety And Health Assessment
- Integrated Pest Management, which includes spray or injection programs, is used to manage pests or diseases.
- Aeration to increase root growth and reduce compaction
- Corrective pruning
- Fertilization and soil amendment
- Seasonal irrigation
Emergency Tree Services
Storms and severe weather can cause trees or limbs to fall. This could impact people, other trees and buildings, and cars. Downed trees can be dangerous to trim or remove because they are extremely heavy. An arborist can help reduce the risk of injury to property or people by assisting with the task. Extreme care should be taken when trees or limbs become entangled in utility wires during storms or other events. Trees can be very dangerous if they come in contact with utility wires. If power lines become involved in the downing or damage of trees, it is important to call your local power provider immediately.
Tree removal should be considered a last resort. However, in some cases it is necessary. Many ISA Certified Arborists have a Tree Risk Assessment Qualification. They are uniquely qualified to perform a risk assessment, provide mitigation options, and even remove trees. Arborists are skilled and equipped to safely and efficiently remove trees. If a tree is in danger, it may be necessary to remove it.
- A qualified arborist has deemed it irreparably dangerous
- Replacing it with a better specimen
- Harming or crowding other trees
- Dead or dying
- Conditions that are dangerous and difficult to manage by any other means
- Incorrectly located on a construction site or development site
Arborists also offer a range of other tree-care services, such as:
- Assessment of tree risk
- Installation of lightning protection system
- Plans the for protection of existing trees at construction and development sites
- Stump grinding
- Bracing or cabling to provide additional support for branches with weak attachment