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TREE SERVICE IN FAIRFIELD & NEW HAVEN COUNTY, CONNECTICUT

Assessment & Consultation

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Trees provide many benefits, from creating shade to producing oxygen and enhancing life around them.

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Keep your Trees Healthy & Beautiful

You want your trees and property to be healthy and look good so you can enjoy time outdoors and be proud of your home.

But it's not always easy to know if something's wrong with your trees, what's causing it, or how to fix it. Or how to prevent tree problems in the first place!

That's where we come in. We have the specialized knowledge, experience, and tools to quickly identify and remedy tree problems. Plus, we offer scheduled preventive care and regular monitoring of your property to stop tree health issues before they start.

So you can sit back and relax in the knowledge that your trees and property are safe, healthy and well taken care of.

What Do Your Trees Need?

Arborist Consultations

Our licensed arborists will assess your trees and give you a detailed tree health plan that will keep your beautiful trees flourishing and healthy for years to come.

If you're planning a construction or major landscaping project, we provide pre- and post-construction planning and care to help your trees not only survive but thrive in their modified environment.

Testing for Decay, Rot & Hollowness

It's often straightforward to identify decay in your tree - it may be visible or easy to feel when the decayed area is probed, or it can be detected by the sound made when the decayed area is hit with a rubber mallet.

Internal rot and hollowness of the tree are different because they can't be seen. We use a special tool called a resistance drill to test for these defects (it produces electronic data that's evaluated to identify annual rings, density behavior and decayed zones in the wood).

All of these findings help us in determining the best plan of action for your tree(s).

Tree Risk Assessment

Tree risk assessment is a systematic process used to identify, analyze, and evaluate the degree of risk a tree may pose to nearby structures or people. We look at specific features of the tree and compare them to standard criteria to determine how great the risk is. This allows us to develop recommendations to help monitor or mitigate any risk.

All of our assessments are conducted by an arborist certified with a Tree Risk Assessment Qualification and using a methodology developed by the International Society of Arboriculture.

We conduct assessments as part of determining a tree's general state of health and use the findings to recommend tree health care options.

Tree risk assessment reports are also used for insurance claims submissions and court proceedings.

Your Property is Unique

Every property has a unique blend of plants, hardscape, soil, surrounding structures, sun exposure, moisture requirements, and more. You may have a vision for what you want it to look like or how you want to use it.

We take all of that into consideration when creating a customized tree health plan for your property. Your property is unique - and so are the treatments, preventive programs and monitoring schedules we develop for you.

Schedule an Assessment Today

Regardless of the time of year, it's never too late (or too early!) to schedule a property assessment. Trees can experience stresses, damage, and pest or disease problems throughout the year so it's wise to get on top of any issues now, rather than waiting.

What to Expect

We'll conduct a thorough inspection of your property to assess your trees, growing conditions, environmental issues, and anything else that could affect the health of your landscape trees.

We'll then let you know what we found and recommend a plan to keep your trees as strong and healthy as possible.

There's no obligation to purchase after a property assessment and we'll never pressure you to sign up for any services. It's your property - and your decision.

Trees not looking as healthy as they should? Get in touch!

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