Our main goal is always tree preservation, not removal. The licensed arborists at Northeast Horticultural Services are committed to guiding you in making the right decisions for your trees. From deciding when it is time to remove a tree, and transplanting trees into a different area, to providing innovative tree preservation methods, we genuinely care about your trees and your property goals. Our tree care team is well versed in all phases of tree preservation operations including the safe removal of hazardous trees, fine tree pruning, and ongoing care of champion trees.
Our first step is to provide a thorough tree evaluation to assess the health of the tree and determine the best solution to ensure your tree has the highest chance of survival. Our arborists consider several factors when evaluating trees, including the environmental conditions, status of the root system, signs of decay, and the history of the tree.
In some cases, the health of the tree can be restored through pruning, fertilizing, or mulching. As the life blood of the tree, roots need extra attention to prevent a decrease in the tree’s oxygen intake. To best minimize damage to a tree’s roots, we perform air spading and root pruning to make clean hand cuts instead of tearing. After the completion of this process, custom fertilization, organic landscaping, and a monitoring plan will be created to further enhance the tree’s life.
In other situations, tree removal may be required. If you hope to preserve your trees, early hazard tree identification is essential. Waiting too long can result in further damage to the tree that will require tree removal. To learn more about how we can preserve the life of your trees or to request a free consultation on our tree care services, please feel free to contact us today! Based in Milford, CT, we are proud to offer our tree services to property owners throughout Weston, Westport, Fairfield, CT, and the entire Fairfield County area.
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