We often receive calls from homeowners whose trees are failing a year or two after their home was built. Trees meant to be part of a home’s permanent landscape are damaged during construction. They become stressed or die from roots being cut, soil compaction from heavy equipment and bark damage. Trees may be killed by over watering when a new sprinkler system is installed. By planning in advance for tree preservation, costly removal and replacement may be avoided.
We provide comprehensive arboriculture consultation beginning at the project planning phase. We’ll make on-site removal and retention recommendations and recommend protective measures to preserve trees through the building process and beyond.