Cranes have been used for many years for a variety of functions from tree removal to large pruning projects to moving the large debris from the site. Utilizing a crane when cutting down and removing or pruning a tree in Dublin ensures a safer and more efficient process, but requires operators with professional training and experience. The inappropriate use of a crane can result in disastrous accidents and should not be taken lightly.
The Heritage Tree Ordinance was enacted by the Dublin City Council in 1999 to protect large trees from indiscriminate cutting and removal. A “heritage tree” is defined as any oak, bay, cypress, maple, redwood, buckeye, or sycamore tree that has a trunk of 24 inches or more in diameter, any tree that has been designated to be preserved, or any tree that has been planted as a replacement for an unlawfully removed tree.
In light of our recent wildfires, it is more important than ever to make sure to keep control of our immediate vicinity in order not to encourage the spread of fire. As we are well aware, fire needs fuel and if we have dead trees, shrubs, and grasses on private and public lands, these are fuels just waiting to be burned.
For many homeowners in Dublin and the surrounding areas, they are familiar with how tree stumps have become an incredible nuisance on their properties. When trees are cut down or high winds snap them and they fall, it can leave behind a very unappealing, unsightly stump. You have to mow around it every time you cut your lawn. Aside from this inconvenience, there are 5 relatively unknown facts about tree stumps that every homeowner needs to be aware of.
Whenever your vehicle is in need of maintenance or repairs are you going to take it to some “shade tree” mechanic to do the work? Of course you aren’t. You’ll take it to that one mechanic you’ve trusted for a long time to do the work on your other vehicles. This principle also applies when it comes to the care and maintenance of the trees on your property. An arborist service in Dublin is your best resource for caring for your trees and extending their life expectancies.
Having trees on your property can provide a number of benefits if they are cared for and maintained on a regularly scheduled basis. However, having large trees near your home has its risks as well. So how can you tell when it’s time to contact a tree removal service and avoid any damage to your home and property? No matter what types of trees are on your property, they will eventually become so old that they’re potentially dangerous to keep.
So you recently bought your first home and you’re getting settled. Congratulations on becoming a homeowner in the Dublin area. As a resident of the area, you’ve already seen the abundance of trees that exist here and in many of the surrounding areas as well. If owning a piece of property with plants, shrubs, and trees is a new experience, here are a few helpful suggestions that you should consider if you want to keep them healthy and extend their lifespan.
It is difficult to imagine a world without the comfort of a cooling shade tree’s canopy to sit beneath in your backyard. Yes, trees provide the ideal setting for entire families to enjoy a day outside, whether children or grandchildren, parents or grandparents.
ArborWorks’ Certified Arborists understand the importance of reducing the stress and time demands of the property manager by establishing Systematic Maintenance Programs (SMP). Throughout California, corporate and commercial property management companies entrust ArborWorks with their greatest landscape investment – their trees. With ArborWorks’ Systematic Maintenance Programs (SMP), those investments will flourish – creating a safe and beautiful environment that is sure to attract and retain tenants, simultaneously escalating commercial real estate value.
A construction site can present many challenges when it comes to existing trees. To maximize tree preservation, it is best to include ArborWorks’ tree care experts as a part of the development team. ArborWorks provides a full review of civil engineering and architectural plans, coupled with our GPS technology which inventories the trees and their exact location.