Preservation During Construction

Land development and construction is associated with more untimely tree deaths than any other urban stress; costing new tree owners thousands of dollars. Replacements can take years to grow. There is a better way! It’s called Preservation.

But trees are not able to protect themselves. They can’t dodge a bulldozer. Or long hold their breath under fill. And they place little confidence in builders and developers. They need someone who speaks their native language. Someone who understands their basic needs. That someone is a Master Arborist.

At whatever stage you find yourself in the building process, the sooner you get a Master Arborist onboard, the better it will be for your trees and your wallet! You’ve worked hard for the privilege of building on a wooded lot, shouldn’t you also enjoy your trees for many years to come?

If this Greenville bank had involved a Master Arborist, these brown oaks would still be the color of this truck. All these trees died within the next 2 years. Let our slides below show you exactly what happens during construction when there is not an Arborist-supervised Preservation Plan in place (photo copyright Randy Cyr).

Tree Evaluations & Reports

Before you call a tree removal service, let our impartial consulting arborists identify potential hazards and diseases, and recommend proven solutions. Our approach spares our clients needless worry and, often, thousands of dollars in removal and treatment costs.