STUMP GRINDING: Once a tree has been removed, you still have to deal with the stump. Some homeowners choose to leave it in place as a wildlife habitat, but many more choose to remove the stump to plant a replacement tree or improve their view. Stump grinding involves using a machine with a high-speed disk with specially designed teeth to grind the stump and roots into small wood chips. In the end, you are left with a flat piece of ground that will blend nicely into the surrounding area.
CABLING & BRACING: Give structural support to weakened tree parts using an assortment of dynamic and static cable, rods and support braces.
SYSTEMIC INJECTIONS: Inject fertilizer/herbicide/pesticide into the vascular tissue of the tree to help promote immediate response to a tree under stress or prevent damage from boring/piercing or sucking insects. This is an invasive procedure and is only done when all other options are exhausted.
FOLIAR SPRAYS: Apply pesticides to foliage of tree to prevent feeding from pests. Also spray to control fungus and bacterial infections.
TREE GROWTH REGULATORS: Apply a tree growth regulator to control growth of stems and branches as well as promote the development of a healthy root system.