Regular pruning is of paramount importance to any tree starting as soon as it begins to grow to ensure proper structure and strength of the tree.
We are dedicated to tree preservation, and we strive to provide the highest standard in tree trimming/pruning practices, with a focus on optimizing the health and longevity of your tree.
Sadly, our trees don’t last forever, and when they begin to decline they can become hazardous and unsafe. As a last resort, the tree may need to be removed.
A Certified Arborist can help guide you when deciding when a tree removal is necessary if it is becoming a hazard, or is growing in a poor location.
We specialize in high risk tree removals, whether your tree is leaning over your home or cottage. With the right experience, knowledge, and equipment, we can get it down safely.
Building a new home or adding a garage at the back of your property?
We can help get you ready to build with our lot clearing service!
As well as being an ISA Certified Arborist, Shane is also an ISA Utility Specialist and Ontario Certified Utility Arborist.
Our company has the proper knowledge, experience and equipment to safely trim out your existing utility line or prepare you for a new utility line in accordance with the required clearances.
Concerned about a large split in your beloved shade tree?
We can help preserve your tree with the use of proper cabling and bracing equipment and practices.
When a storm arises, we are on call 24/7 for your emergency service needs.
Our team is experienced in storm related emergency work and can be there when you need us.
Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is an invasive insect pest first detected in 2002 in Michigan after arriving on improperly treated wood packaging from Asia. The adult beetle lays eggs on Ash trees, eggs hatch and larvae feed on Cambium of tree, eventually killing the tree.
It is the most destructive forest pest to ever come to North America, according to the the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. This pest has already killed hundreds of thousands of ash trees in Ontario and 8 to 10 million in Michigan.
We offer a treatment which will give 2 years of protection against EAB. Please don’t wait until you have an infestation, it may be too late. If you are within 25 kms of a known infestation, treatment must begin immediately.