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   Consulting with experts can prove to be valuable.  Your property is usually your greatest asset.  It's important
   to know as much as you can about  your home and property.  A Licensed Arborist can provide you with valuable 
   information and advice.  Tree maintenance is as important as termite inspection or making sure your roof is in
   good shape or  maintaining your plumbing system.  Failure to maintain your most valuable asset inside and out 

   can cause damage to your home and havoc to your pocket book. 


   If you are buying a home and the  property has numerous trees, are they healthy?  Do they require special care
   or treatments?  If they are newly planted, are they located where they will damage the foundation of your
   home or other structures a few years down the road?  It is wise to consult with a License Arborist before you
   seal the deal. This simple service could save you thousands of dollars later.
  
   Building a home on a wooded lot?  It's a good idea to have a License Arborist evaluate the site and house plans.
   Proper tree preservation tactics should be in place before building starts. An Arborist can give you advice
   about what trees should be removed and which trees need to be protected from the machinery & activity that

   will  be taking place. Once that's decided you can put up protective barriers to assure the trees you are keeping 
   are not damaged.  During the planning process you should make sure tree locations and the home location will      still be acceptable 5, 10, even 20 years down the road.  Imagine 5 years after building your new home you find
   tree roots have migrated under your foundation, causing major foundation and/or plumbing problems.  After
   construction is complete I suggest you have an Arborist visit the site again.  Trees can be damaged during
   construction.  If they are severely damaged they will die, limbs will break off or the tree could fall and cause
   damage to structures and your family.

   Living on the Gulf Coast, we know all too well the damage hurricanes can do.  If a hurricane/storm is predicted 

   and you have trees close to your home (or even a neighbor's home), it would be wise to have an Arborist give
   you his expert opinion.  Upon inspection he call tell you if any are too weak to weather the storm.  Thinking 
   ahead can save you time, headaches, money ad maybe your home!


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Consulting with experts can prove to be valuable.  Your property is usually your greatest asset.  It's important to know as much as you can about  your home and property.  A Licensed Arborist can provide you with valuable information & advice.  Tree maintenance is as important as termite inspection or making sure your roof is in good shape or  maintaining your plumbing system.  Failure to maintain your most valuable asset inside & out can cause damage to your home and havoc to yourpocket book. 

If you are buying a home and the property has numerous trees, are they healthy?  Do they require special care or treatments?  If they are newly planted, are they located where they will damage the foundation of your home or other structures a few years down the road?  It is wise to consult with a License Arborist before you seal the deal. This simple service could save you thousands of dollars later.
 

Building a home on a wooded lot?  It's a good idea to have a License Arborist evaluate the site and house plans. Proper tree preservation tactics should be in place before building starts. An
Arborist can give you advice about
what trees should be removed & which trees need to be protected from the machinery & activity that will  be taking place. Once that's decided, you can put up protective barriers to assure the trees you are keeping are not damaged.
During the planning process you should make sure tree locations and the home location will  still be acceptable 5, 10, even 20 years down the road.  Image 5 years after building your new home you find tree roots have migrated under your foundation, causing major  foundation and/or plumbing problems.  After construction is complete I suggest you have an Arborist visit the site again. Trees can be damaged during. If they are severely damaged they will die, limbs will break off or the tree could fall and cause damage to structures and your family.

 Living on the Gulf Coast, we know all too well the damage hurricanes can do.  If a hurricane/storm is predicted and you
have trees close to your home (or even a neighbor's home), it would be wise to have an Arborist give you his expert
opinion. Upon inspection he call tell you if any are too weak to weather the storm. Thinking ahead can save you time, money, headaches and maybe your home.
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