The process of establishing a tree service business can be very profitable. However, it is also highly dangerous and requires specialized knowledge and skills to be done safely.
Fall and struck-by hazards are the main causes of death and serious injuries for tree care workers.
Trees are vital to any yard and contribute to your property’s overall design and value. They also help to reduce energy costs, improve water & air quality and prevent soil erosion. However, there are times when it is necessary to have a dead or damaged tree removed from your property.
A dead or dying tree can endanger nearby people, vehicles, electricity lines, sewers, and even the roof of your house. Maitland tree service can help remove the tree securely and without harming the neighbourhood.
Sometimes, it is necessary to remove a tree because of an infection or pest problem that could spread to the other trees on your property. This will ensure the problem does not grow and cause further damage.
Tree pruning is a vital service that improves the health and appearance of trees. It reduces hazards that can harm people and property, removes dead limbs, and promotes new growth. Several pruning services include cleaning, thinning, raising, and reduction. Cleaning and thinning reduce the weight of more substantial limbs, improving the canopy’s structure and preventing decay. Raising and reduction are used to make the crown larger or smaller, which allows for better clearance for buildings, vehicles, and walkways.
When a tree’s branches or limbs become too long, they may hang over a home and pose a risk of damage from wind or snow. In addition, they can also become a fire hazard and cause injury to people or property.
Tree Stump Grinding
Stump grinding is less invasive than stump removal and provides a safe environment for future plantings. Removing a stump can damage or disrupt the soil around it and is an unnecessary complication for most people.
Stumps that are left to rot provide a host for pests such as termites and carpenter ants. They can also spread disease and fungus to nearby trees and ornamental plants.
Stump grinding is the most effective way to eliminate unwanted tree stumps from your property. It grinds the stump and roots beneath, which prevents unwanted regrowth. Stump grinders can also be used for small root excavation projects. Stumps that are ground out have a much lower chance of sprouting, which can save you money in the long run.
Tree cabling and bracing services are:
- Proactive structural support techniques that reduce stress damage to your trees from high winds.
- The weight of ice or snow.
- Heavy foliage.
Your ISA Certified Arborist will determine your trees’ appropriate cabling or bracing system.
Cables, usually composed of extra-high strength steel attached to bolts installed in the upper crown, limit movement on supported branches and make them less likely to snap during severe weather or storms. Braces, on the other hand, are threaded steel rods that are installed in clusters of weak crotches or split trunks.
A weak union between two codominant stems, significant cracks in the bark, or limbs hanging close together are all warning signs that your trees might benefit from cabling and bracing. This is a great way to protect the value of your property and your family’s safety.
Trees and shrubs need the proper nutrients to reach their full mature potential. This is especially important where nutrient deficiencies are common.
A professional arborist can help determine if fertilization services are necessary for your clients. They will look at factors like soil type, annual growth rate, and root space to make a recommendation.
Fertilizing services can also help promote the health and appearance of trees and shrubs. They can be performed in the spring or fall when the plants have the greatest uptake of nutrients. You should apply a liquid fertilizer using a probe that pierces the turf or ground cover and injects it beneath the roots. This technique is known as deep root feeding.