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Pruning is when you selectively remove branches from a tree. The goal is to remove unwanted branches, improve the tree's structure, and direct new, healthy growth.
Tree removal means either 1) complete removal, such as cutting a tree to the ground; or 2) taking any action that would lead to the death of a tree or cause permanent damage that may compromise tree health and stability.
Stump grinding is an intricate process that excavates the stump of the tree without removing the root.
Tree risk assessment (TRA) is the systematic process used to identify, analyze, and evaluate tree risk. By identifying tree risk before and after a storm event, mitigation can be conducted to reduce risk while preserving trees that have an acceptable level of risk.
Consulting Arborists are the authoritative experts on trees and bring an objective, comprehensive viewpoint to their clients—ensuring the safety, health, and preservation of trees.
The resistograph is an instrument that detects decay and cavities in trees and timber. Through resistograph technology, an arborist is able to detect wood decay, stages of rot, hollow areas, cracks and ring structure.
Tree cabling and bracing is a proactive and preventative technique to support a tree with poor or weak structure. It is commonly used to reduce stress damage on your tree from high winds, weight of ice or snow, and heavy foliage.
A lightning protection system is a passive means of preventing property damage from the effects of a lightning strike. It works by providing the electric charge produced by the clouds a path of least resistance to the ground.