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Specialized Tree Services by Arbor Ace

  • Pruning
  • Crown Cleaning – removing dead, broken, rubbing, crossed, and diseased branches
  • Crown Thinning – thinning the canopy of the tree to allow better light and air circulation, making the tree less prone to insects and diseases
  • Vertical Pruning – clearance pruning from structure
  • Removal
  • Hazard Identification
  • Cabling and bracing
  • Reduction
  • Thinning
  • Shearing
  • Hand pruning
  • Specialty shrubs and plant pruning (i.e. roses, boxwoods)
  • Annuals
  • Perennials – also dividing and replanting
  • Trees up to 4-inch caliper
  • Wildflower meadows
  • Turf
  • Plants
  • Trees – Micro injections
  • Turning over beds
  • Weeding
  • Composting
  • Mulching – double-ground hardwood mulch
  • Perennial Dead Heading
  • Cutting back perennials and grasses
  • Cleaning out planting beds
  • Monitoring and adjusting irrigation levels and spray patterns to properly suit the needs of your landscape.
  • Start-ups, winterization and repairs.
  • Cutting
  • Edging (cutting in and maintaining edge)
  • Blowing detail
  • Thatching
  • Fertilizer
  • Leaf clean-up service
  • With our maintenance program, there is no extensive spring or fall clean-up because we are consistently keeping your property in pristine condition.
  • Applying anti-desiccants to broadleaf evergreens to prevent winter burn
  • Installing burlap around broadleaf evergreens when necessary to prevent winter damage
  • Winter tie-ups to reduce impact of snow and ice loading on evergreens

Allows to:

  • Dislodge soil around root and trunk without damaging the tree tissue
  • Diagnose root problems
  • Visibly see the roots to assess removal of girdling roots that can potentially be the demise of the plant. Girdling roots act as a tourniquet, decreasing the flow of water and nutrients to the cambium layer.
  • Lower soil height around tree if the tree was improperly planted
  • Correct compacted soil issues and at this time amendments for the health of the tree can be added to the soil.