By having our ISA Certified Arborist evaluate every tree we can come up with a plan to manage them over their entire lifetime. This is certainly optional, but the earlier a problem is detected, the easier (and typically cheaper) it is to get it under control.
With each tree labeled, any questions or concerns can be easily addressed by all of our Arborists.
To make sure everyone is on the same page, our service comes with terminology defined on the quote. This ensures that you, our Arborists, and our office staff all understand exactly what is being done.
Proactively address any issues to the trees before they become terminal. Treatments are almost always possible, and have proven results.
Over a 10 year period it is possible to cut your cost in half. Proper care will cost much less than removal and replacement every year.
Mature trees don't only create a better looking property, but also create a more valuable property.
One mature tree can store more carbon than 100 newly planted trees. Trees are a proven to benefit the environment, both locally and globally.
Having an Arborist plan your planting can help ensure its cost effectiveness. Certain trees are more costly than others for long term maintenance.
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With a multi-year care plan, we can take care of your trees in a manageable way. Many things changes from year to year, but we always try and keep our plan as dynamic as possible. Caring for your trees is an investment, and we can help you come up with a budget in order to care for your trees on an annual, biennial, or even less frequent basis depending on your situation. This can help both you as the customer, and us as your Tree Care provider to ensure we our providing you the best care.
With our root up approach to tree care, we can better understand how to treat your trees. Living in Ohio means that your trees are likely in non-porous soil like clay. Clay type soils are typically more alkaline and tend to compact much easier than a sandy or rocky soil. Either of these problems can cause serious stress and decline in your trees over a long period of time. A soil sample is a simple test in which we can analyze the PH and nutrient values. After seeing the results we can come up with a custom plan that can prioritize your tree's needs. This means targeted treatments so we can maximize results.