Tampa Tree Consulting
Mid Florida Tree service may be asked to consult on a single tree, or on the overall health of a customer's landscape. After discussing the situation with the land owner, Here are some things we will look for:
- Deadwood can give insects and microbes a place to start, leading to additional damage to the tree. Deadwood should be removed by a tree service professional.
- Construction projects and trees occasionally come into conflict with each other. Mid Florida Tree service can help you make the right decision if construction has damaged a tree's roots or if the roots threaten a driveway or foundation or already run through an area where new construction is planned.
- Weak Unions
- When two trees sprout and grow together, forming what looks like a single trunk, that trunk may have a weak spot where the two trees meet. Mid Florida Tree Service can recommend support options, wind mitigation trimming or both.
- Often, young trees are braced when they are planted. If these braces are not removed as the tree grows, it can girdle the tree, causing an unhealthy situation for the tree. Other girdling risks include barb wire, fencing and pet tie-out chains or tethers.
- Soil Condition
- A soil analysis can tell us not only if your soil needs to be fertilized, but what kind of fertilizer should be used.
When consulting on a specific tree, we look for the following things:
- Leaf Chlorosis
- Leaf Scorch
- Epicormic Shoots
- Poor Tree Structure
There may be a situation where what looks like a problem turns out to be normal for a given species of tree. Let our certified arborists help make the proper determination for your tree. If a tree needs some extra care or actually needs to be removed, Mid Florida Tree Service can handle the situation for you.