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Our fully licensed and insured arborists are available 24/7
The team at Absolute Tree Service has been excellent and reliable. We have been relying on their services over the past ten years and have always had a good outcome. They invest in their equipment and always have sent a professional and efficient crew to our jobs.
What to Expect
When you hire Absolute Tree Service for tree preservation, you hire a highly skilled team of tree professionals to assess your property's trees and develop a plan to protect them.
Every member of our expert team is committed to safety! We are fully insured, so you can rest easy knowing your job will be handled by professionals who care about you and your property!
Learn About Preserving Tree Life
Residential development is booming. New homes continue to go up at a fast rate and the suburbs keep growing. If your neighborhood falls into this category, you’re probably impacted by daily construction. So, if you have trees, pay attention. Trees can be endangered when proper precautions aren’t taken and construction problems occur. For this reason, trees are protected by tree preservation services. In fact, most counties in Northern Virginia require tree preservation policies to be followed prior to construction or renovation. We can help keep your trees safe from harm.
What is Tree Preservation?
Before any type of construction or renovation project is started, certain processes and services need to be performed to ensure that your trees have the very best chance for survival. The goal of the entire tree preservation process is to prevent tree damage that could be caused by machinery, soil changes and other construction side effects.
When it comes to tree preservation, professional arborists must follow quite a few precautions. These typically include:
The first step involved in a tree preservation project is pruning back dead or dying limbs. This step should be performed carefully by a certified arborist, preferably one who follows the voluntary industry pruning standards known as ANSI A300.
Tree preservation fencing
Trained arborists will surround trees with brightly colored fences to alert workers who operate heavy machinery to keep away. Experts will outline the trees’ critical root zone (CRZ) perimeter so construction workers know where they can and cannot work.
Root pruning and root preparation—such as cushioning the ground-exposed root system with mulch—is always important prior to construction.
Compacted Soil Remediation
Soil and ground surrounding trees is often compacted during construction. To ensure trees grow safely after construction, irrigating the roots by a trained arborist once projects are finished is best to allow oxygen and water to reach the trees’ roots.
Why Hire Absolute Tree Service for Tree Preservation?
Areas We Serve
We are available for service in the Northern Virginia area, including the following cities:
Frequently Asked Tree Preservation Questions
Tree preservation is a set of strategies used to protect trees from things like machinery and soil changes when performing construction or renovation.
Yes! Contact us if you are planning a new project on your property and have concerns about damaging your trees.
Absolute Tree Service preserves your trees by implementing these strategies:
- Deadwood Pruning
- Tree Preservation Fencing
- Root Preparation
- Compacted Soil Remediation
Depending on your tree preservation needs, we will implement the right combination of these strategies to preserve your trees.
Each tree preservation scenario is different, so it's impossible to narrow it down to a number without an onsite assessment. Please get in touch with Absolute Tree Service for a free tree preservation quote
Tree preservation is often implemented during new construction, renovation projects, lot clearing, soil alteration, and more.