Professional Tree Care & Preservation

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              Learn more about
              Residential Tree Care
or Arborist Consulting services and how they can
enhance the beauty and value
of your property.


              An Arborist’s career
              is centered around
              maintaining the health
and beauty of trees.
At ConservaTree we take pride
in our commitment to tree care
and preservation.


              Contact ConservaTree
              in London, ON at
              (519) 670-0882 or click here, to set up an appointment today and discover why ConservaTree is the leader in Residential Tree Care.


              When you hire the
              team of arborists at
              ConservaTree, you can rest assured that the work will be completed by professionals who take pride in staying up to date with the latest industry standards for proper tree care.


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Construction projects involving digging and heavy machinery can be very detrimental to existing trees. Damage to roots and soil structure can take years to manifest itself outwardly in the form of stress and decline in the canopy of trees. Furthermore, once this damage has been done, it is very difficult, if not impossible, to rectify. For this reason, we encourage tree and land owners to consult with a qualified arborist long before construction is scheduled to begin. After all, houses surrounded by mature trees sell quicker at a higher price, and remain more attractive to buyers for years to come. It is well worth it to care for existing trees!

The certified tree experts at ConservaTree will work with you to develop a comprehensive tree preservation plan which will help ensure that the needs of existing trees are met, while facilitating the needs of contractors, sub-contractors, excavators, and landscapers before, during, and after the construction phase.

Our comprehensive Construction Planning/Tree Preservation plans help our clients in the following areas:

- inventory of existing trees to determine unwanted specimens to be   removed as well as healthy specimens that will be good candidates for   preservation

- establishment of "tree protection zones" around preservation trees

- crane and scaffolding clearances

- trenching and excavation

- mitigation of soil compaction

- advice on grade change and drainage issues

- advice on new wind exposure for shallow-rooted forest trees

- minimum clearances for underground or overhead utilities

- on-going inspections during construction

- post-construction consultation and follow-up