Written by Justin Gaynor
Tree Services For Storm Preparation
Hurricane season in Florida is always a time of increased stress. With the added complication of COVID-19, this year is particularly concerning for many. However, there is a silver lining. Arborist Action Professional Tree Services is currently offering a 10% Discount on all tree removals.
Pruning and Trimming
In addition to tree removal, Arborist Action also offers pruning/trimming and other tree services. This service will ensure that any rotten or weak branches that may become a hazard to people, pets, or property will be removed, increasing your peace of mind. Pruning and trimming should be done on a regular basis, but especially when hurricane preparedness is needed.
When an Arborist Action Rep arrives on-site to evaluate your property they may recommend inoculation services as well. According to Mycorrhizal Applications, “research shows that trees and plants receiving a mycorrhizal inoculation experience as much as a fifty-fold increase in absorbing root surface area. Plant color, foliage, and overall health of the tree improve with the use of mycorrhizal fungi. Arbor care specialists can utilize this technology in a number of ways.” Arborist action will evaluate the health of your trees and their root systems and make an appropriate recommendation.
Of course, we are available for emergency tree services. It is always better to take some preventative measures though. We encourage you to record our contact information in your mobile phone as well as in a physical location in case cellular service gets knocked out by a hurricane. We have seen some crazy things, so please be prepared and you won’t need to get prepared.
Once we perform a tree removal, you may want to add a stump grinding service. With this service, we will bring in machinery to grind the stump approximately 4″ to 6″ lower than the surface of the ground. This will allow you or your landscaper to remove the grindings and replace with topsoil and cover it with sod or some other form of ground cover. When all is said and done, it will appear as though the problem tree was never there. Hurricane preparedness is everyone’s responsibility.