From Chad coming on Sunday to evaluate our situation to the amazing team that arrived Monday morning at 8:30 & has worked incredibly hard for four days, we are grateful. We are long-time clients & will be fans forever. ”- Frances D.
I trust Preservation Tree completely with our 50+ year old Live Oak. ”- Tim W.
Construction Damage to Tree Roots
As a consequence of our growing urban population, there is an increase in the construction of new homes, and the expansion and renovation of existing homes. This is putting demands on our urban trees and landscapes in ways that are new and unique. In urban settings, new owners of urban residential property often completely remove existing houses to construct a new home. This usually affects the older trees growing on the property. Construction plans should take into consideration the valuable assets that exist in these trees. Preservation Tree Services is prepared to assist the property owner in providing for the proper protection of trees before, during, and after the construction phase.
all this heavy material piled up around the base of the existing trees?
This material creates intense compaction around the root zone of the
tree, which greatly reduces the ability of the tree to properly take in
oxygen, water and nutrients at the root zone.
in lots of traffic from heavy machinery and construction workers and
you not only have massive compression but extensive root damage. Often
times, large percentages of a tree’s root system are completely
destroyed. This weakens the tree immensely. This damage often leads to
tree death, not to mention damage to surrounding property if the weak
Here at Preservation Tree, we think that it is
necessary to consider taking a number of precautions for your trees when
beginning a construction project. If you have an upcoming construction
project an would like assistance protecting your valuable trees, you can
read more about our Construction Mitigation services HERE.
Some of the trees on your lot are probably older than most of us. With directed care, they can continue to thrive as old friends, offering shade, beauty and value for generations to come.