It is imperative to have a plan in place to protect the trees you’d like to keep before beginning the construction process. We provide guidance in selecting the trees that will need to be removed and those that can remain.
The construction process often causes many detrimental effects to the surrounding trees including damage from contact with heavy machinery, soil compaction, and root-system damage. It is possible to avoid and prevent these types of harm with a proper tree protection plan. We work with the builder and homeowner to select which trees to protect and establish guidelines to follow during the construction process to prevent harm to these trees.
All too often we receive calls to evaluate declining trees at a new home-site a year or two after the owners move in. Damage done to the root system of the trees during the grading and construction process is most-times irreversible and the trees are lost. This type of scenario is preventable with a proper pre-construction evaluation and development of plan to preserve your trees!
Schedule Your Pre-Construction Evaluation
A pre-construction evaluation in Asheville, NC is a great way to save money in the long run. Instead of performing construction on your property only to have the trees in the surrounding areas become impacted by the construction and need to be removed, professional home site planning in Asheville, NC can proactively protect your trees. This means you not only get to enjoy the aesthetics of the trees on your property once construction is finished but you’ll also be able to save money because those trees are less likely to suffer damage.
If you’d like to proactively protect your trees prior to the construction process, be sure to reach out to our team at Carolina Tree Monkeys today. We have years of experience in the industry, and we’re confident our arborists can accurately assess your property and determine which trees are healthy and ought to be protected and which trees may be better off removed prior to construction to save you time, money, and energy.