Trees Solve Problems
Anybody can dig a hole and plant a tree!
But it takes an arborist with knowledge, experience and training to know:
That the tree is healthy and strong enough to be relocated!
Also to have the judgement and knowledge to know what amendments (if any) will need to be added to the new site to accommodate the tree's needs.
40% of a tree's structure are roots.
The best placement for future growth involves consideration for root development. We need to consider the depth the roots need to be planted, as well as the proper time. Some varieties of trees respond poorly if not planted in the proper season.
Some tree species react negatively with other varieties of plants. You want your transplanted tree to thrive in its new landscape neighbourhood.
We will help you plan your landscape to ensure the best and healthiest layout for your trees. Other considerations include providing shade where wanted, as well as managing your wind, snow and privacy needs.
We will work with you to determine the best placement for your trees.