Contact us for your urban tree management needs
Our services are intended to:
private owners, condominiums, business park administrators and municipalities.
Tree management in the city is a heritage, ecological and financial issue.
Poorly managed trees are expensive!!! In addition, poor management does not preserve a sustainable tree heritage!
Individuals, condominiums and businesses are becoming more and more inclined to invest in a particular management of their tree heritage.
Stronger urban pressure, lucrative management of the ornamental tree from nursery rearing to excessive pruning has led to the maiming and damaging of trees to the point of making them dangerous to the city. These irreversible traumas make trees to wither away, then infected with pathogens or lignivorous fungus. They become doomed! In fact, the symptoms do not show up until many years later…
The tree in the heart of the urban landscape
A well-preserved heritage in the middle of the city constitutes a strong qualitative and financial value!
What value do your trees have?
How many remarkable trees are there in your park?
Are species threatened by known and virulent pathogens?
Is the biodiversity of the species sufficient to anticipate the problems caused by the climatic change?
The cost of land is largely dependent on the amenities offered by the plant heritage which, nowadays, is calculated in financial value! Thus according to the International Society of Arboriculture, the presence of trees would be increased by 15% the value of the properties.
Learn more about the ecological benefits of trees.
Climate change is leading to changes in arboriculture practices.
Adopting an economic and sustainable tree management makes good sense!
Recent advances in urban forestry are the result of recent scientific research. This is because the conservation of the tree as a heritage is a considerable challenge to the new climate changes. This reinforces the need for new, specialized skills.
What is urban tree management?
Tree management of the ornamental tree in urban areas, also known as urban forestry, is a recent specialty. And the profession is more and more appreciated at its fair value!
As graduates in tree biology, we are committed to preserving trees in their integrity.
Tree specialists aim at diagnosing the physiological and sanitary state of the trees in order to preserve their heritage. Our goal is to anticipate future problems, to inform the owners and to advocate the necessary interventions by competent companies.
Our job is to provide long-term sustainable management for healthy trees. It’s often more economical management.
Our tree management is disinterested of a profitable tree maintenance income (tree pruning, tree felling, management of residuals etc.). We also want to optimize the cost of managing these trees, thereby serving your interests.
We can create an urban tree management plan.
A complete report on the tree and its environment allows for long-term follow-up. Our maintenance recommendations are adapted to the development of the tree and its characteristics of growth or weakening characteristics.
- Diagnosis of the physiological and sanitary condition of the tree,
- Long-term follow-up,
- Pruning recommendations reduced to the essential needs (dead wood, cohabitation etc),
- Tree care recommendation,
- Calculation of the financial tree value of the tree,
- Study of the protective measures to protect trees during construction works.
Trees in town… Trees for the future
The ecosystem services provided by the trees are numerous:
Sequestering and storage of carbon
Better management of rainwater
Reducing air pollution
City ventilation: it refreshes the air, increases the humidity level and lowers the temperature in the hot season
Overall environmental quality: it enhances, or on the contrary, obscures architectural or urban elements that constitute a visual nuisance
Maintaining seasonal equilibrium: a tree marks the seasons. What’s more, the rustle of its leaves and the scent it provides are invaluable benefits
Creating places of sociability that are essential for city dwellers.
There are countless reasons to take care of the trees!