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& Storm Clean-Up Services

In Florida's unpredictable weather, storms can wreak havoc on your property. But with our expert team and top-notch equipment, we're ready to tackle any job, big or small. From fallen branches to downed trees, we'll swiftly restore your property to its former glory.


Well-maintained trees not only enhance the beauty but also add value to your landscape. Trust our Tree Division to exceed your expectations for pruning and removal needs. We go beyond by providing follow-up arbor maintenance, ensuring a lasting investment for our valued clients.

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Tree Pruning

Tree pruning, also called tree trimming, is an essential element in maintaining balance, structural strength, and long-term health in a tree situated within an urban environment.

Special consideration should always be given to the three target 'P' areas within the tree's range: people, property, and possessions. Wind dynamics within these urban areas affect how a tree canopy receives wind loading and how it is distributed.


Some tree dismantles and tree removals are more significant than others and result from structures finally becoming threatened due to tree decay and unbalancing over a period where incorrect pruning methods have previously been carried out.  

The industry has developed, and we have invested in high-tech equipment that makes this process as safe and efficient as possible.

Tree Removal


Tree installation involves careful planning, selection, and placement of trees within a landscape to enhance aesthetics, provide shade, and contribute to environmental sustainability. Before installation, factors like soil quality, drainage, and sunlight exposure are considered. Proper digging techniques and root care ensure the tree's healthy establishment. Choosing the right species for the climate and location promotes long-term growth and reduces maintenance.

Tree Installation


Our environmental landscapes support a variety of land uses. Therefore, we rely on our forested or urban landscapes to be healthy. Whether removed, degraded, or destroyed and barren, restoration planning brings our landscapes and environment back to life.

Tree Landscape &

Landscape Restoration Planning 


Tree Structural reductions are used where specific trees have outgrown their immediate environment but want to be retained. Often the onset of age decline (senescence) means a decrease in height and leverage can extend the safe life of a tree for many more years.​ Proactive tree care is always the preferred option, and there are many ways in which this can be applied, given the tree species and its environment. A professional assessment for this type of work is essential as it requires a particular skill set for both the correct diagnosis and application of the work to be carried out.

Tree Structural Reductions


Sonic Tomography, a tree scan, reveals the internal condition of a tree throughout a vast portion of the stem.  By better understanding the structural integrity of a tree, you have a more accurate sense of the level of risk the tree represents and can determine the best course of action to take.

Chlorophyll fluorescence can very quickly and easily determine the photosynthetic capacity of a tree according to its current state of health and assess its health and vitality. Chlorophyll Fluorescence is a technique used to detect physiological damage caused by biotic or abiotic stress factors and ensures early detection of stress that could lead to decline well before visible symptoms manifest

​As a logical extension to this lengthy practical working experience, the consultancy side of the company provides the harnessing of this and the innovative research technology available to us that forms the core of the research company's modus operandi. Through the analysis of disease, changing environments, different weather systems, and abnormal events such as heavy rains, ice, snowstorms, tornadoes, cyclones, and hurricanes, the consultancy provided by us has experienced all these impacts on the tree as a species.







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