Whether there is crossing limbs or a co-dominant stem, sometimes trees grow in a way that will jeopardize the structural integrity of itself. Taking care of these problems as soon as they arise will promote a healthier tree.
When your tree develops a weak union, decay or heavy tips, cabling and/or bracing might be best to insure the safety of you and your trees. Our Arborist can identify any weak unions so we can preserve your property and your trees.
Planting trees is what our company does best. We provide the best planting services of anyone around, and we have the warranty program to prove it. Each tree (unless specified otherwise) comes with a five year maintenance plan, topped with a five year guarantee. We will provide a complimentary consultation to help you find the perfect tree for your space, hand pick the tree at a small local family-owned nursery, deliver and plant the tree. Each tree will receive pruning, fertilization, and any extra care it may need for the first five years to keep it healthy.
Unfortunately, sometimes trees should be removed. Whether the tree has died or shows signs of heavy decay, trees can become dangerous. When there are no preservation options, the tree(s) should be removed. Having a qualified and safe tree company remove your trees is essential. At Arborist Solutions we always put safety above all. Safety of our workers, and safety of your property. Each employee is wearing chainsaw protective pants, a hardhat fitted with communication (with other crew workers), and protective boots at all times. Each crew member has been properly instructed on the importance of safety, and how to operate all of our equipment safely.
Many of the issues that arise in trees are caused by problems with the roots, or the soil they sit in. Yes, we can always prune out excessive deadwood or remove a declining tree but there are often other options. From compacted non-porous soil, to inadequate nutrients/ph levels in the soil, some trees can experience severe stress due to the soil in Ohio. With treatment options like Vertical Mulching, Radial Trenching, or Soil Amendments we can often help the tree on its road to recovery.