Tree Removal & Trimming
What are the services an arborist provides?
A certified arborist will be able to determine the health and condition of a tree. So, if a tree seems diseased or if the roots have grown far beyond and cannot support the tree, or if all tried and tested options have been exhausted, then the arborist will be the best judge to suggest a tree removal, even though it is a last resort move.
The care and maintenance of trees and plants is in the hands of an arborist. An arborist will be able to establish when the tree branches, and leaves have to be pruned and trimmed. And not just this, how much and the way it should be pruned or trimmed will also be determined by the arborist.
Arborists will be able to best predict what type of trees should be planted where and which trees are appropriate in which side of the house, the location and more. And in most cases, arborists help plant the trees and will also share their recommendations and suggestions.
Emergency Tree Care
If a tree is dangerously looming towards your property or even out into the road, or if the tree is dangling precariously owing to heavy rains or soil erosion, then arborists will intervene and carry out emergency tree care in a safe and secure way. This way, if the tree poses any danger, then this emergency tree care by a certified arborist will reduce the risk of damage to the tree, your property, people and surroundings.
Maintaining and taking care of the tree and plant health
Arborists will carry out preventive care and maintenance of the plants and trees so as to maintain its health and safeguard its wellbeing. This way, any signs of insect or diseases can be nipped off at its onset itself.
Additionally, our arborists offer consulting services pertaining to:
- Tree hazard risk assessments
- Inspection of trees and plants
- Tree lopping
- Stump removal
- Bracing and cabling trees
- Plant identification, tree selection and recommendations
- Dispute mediations
- Tree preservation and management
- Ecosystem mapping
- Surveying your garden and vegetation