Saving Trees

Saving trees is our business and one of the last things you need to ignore.  When you get to the point to when you feel you need to try and save your trees, you may have waited too long.  Saving a tree is the result of failing to notice changes in your trees that grow on your property and performing routine tree care.  Because trees grow slowly, we often do not notice subtle changes in them.  Failure to notice these changes can result in having to react and begin saving your trees.   It is your decision on if you want to react mildly or severely. WC Tree service is called to your residence or commercial property only when you have a problem.   Hiring WC Tree service to evaluate your trees is a wise investment.

Hiring an arborist is easy

Routine evaluations of your trees by our arborist can save you heartache in the future.  Proactive evaluations of your trees by an arborist can prevent you from having to save your trees later.   Saving trees requires a proactive plan to insure your trees are prescribed proper care, before you have to save them.  Sometimes, your trees can be salvaged by pruning them.

Recognizing your trees health

If you see signs of rotting or trunk decay, dead limbs or fungus, these are signs of poor tree health.   Most mature oaks have rotten cores or split trunks.   Some large oaks are just one storm away from falling over.  Abnormalities in tree growth such as loose bark, deformed limbs and insect damage should be reported our arborist so you can decide on a plan that will help you save your trees.  There are some instances where you can perform a tree crown reduction or tree restoration services.  We also specialize in cabling and bracing or offer lightening protection from future damage.


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