Trees are identified by location, species, health and vigor. Each tree receives arbortist's evaluation and care recommendations. Properties can be mapped and data stored in databases for easy retrieval. Inventory programs assist customers in recognizing the importance of creating maintenance budgets associated with their property to ensure the maximum benefit of their tree assets.
Whether a tree is a native heritage or an installed ornamental, it represents a substantial investment on most any property. Trees can reduce heating costs during the winter months and cooling costs during the summer months, provide shade for pedestrians and vehicles, and create habitat for wildlife.
A Tree Management Program is based upon information gathered from performing a Tree Inventory and Tree Assessment.
With a Tree Inventory, trees are identified by where they are located on the site and their species. The trees are assigned individual identification numbers and tagged for easy reference. The tree locations and numbers are then documented on a site plan to expedite future action plans. The Inventory is a 'one-time' event. All actions refer back to and stem from this documentation.
A Tree Assessment provides individual review of each tree identified in the Tree Inventory. Once this data is gathered, recommendations for optimizing health and aesthetics can be completed as well as hazard mitigation if necessary.
Once combined, the information obtained from the Tree Inventory and the Tree Assessment formulate the long term Tree Management Plan for your tree investment. Tree Management Programs assist customers in recognizing the importance of creating maintenance budgets associated with their property to ensure the maximum benefit of their tree assets.