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Blog Posts in category " Construction "

How Mowers, Weed Trimmers and Wire can Kill Your Tree

Tree dangers lurk all around us. Which one could be harming your valuable tree?

Tree Protection is Critical During Construction

Protecting your tree's roots, bark and limbs during construction jobs no matter how large or small could save your tree. Issues may not arise for years and by then it could be too late.

The Root of Your Tree’s Problem? Could be its roots!

Even though it’s the green canopy of your trees you enjoy, it’s a healthy root system which stabilizes and helps sustain them. Long lived, healthy, beautiful trees must have healthy roots!

Before & After: Healing Trees with a Boost of Micronutrient Injections by ArborJet

With a boost of micronutrients, ailing trees can begin to heal.

Understanding How Your Neighbor’s Construction Could Damage Your Trees

As old homes are torn down, or homeowners add on to home or put in new driveways, you may find yourself, and your trees, a secondary victim to construction damage. Think that fenceline protects you? Think again: Construction in your neighbor’s yard can do permanent damage to your trees.

Storm Damage: Fallen tree due to construction decades ago!

We were recently called out to a home in Arlington to remove a toppled tree. Before it fell down, if you were to look a the overall appearance of the tree, it may have appeared to be in good health. But here's what we found.

New Construction? Better Protect Your Trees!

There is nothing more heartbreaking than losing large, established tree. One of the reasons for large tree removals is damage due to surrounding construction.

If your tree was screaming for help, would you hear it?

We are really tough on our urban trees. Often, they're suffering right before our eyes, but we just don't see the signs.

What’s Wrong with My Oak? Could Be Hypoxylon Canker

We were called out to a construction site recently to diagnose oak trees that looked to be struggling or dying. After our arborist inspected the trees, he diagnosed them with hypoxylon canker.