Tree Root Inspection Services
Tree Root Inspections
Among the services we offer is tree root inspection. You may want to check the roots of your tree, but you can’t just dig them out of the ground. If you do, chances are you will cut some of the roots and damage the root system. You might even damage underground utilities. In this case, you call the big guns!
We use our air spade solution to dig out the root system without damaging underground
utilities or the roots. But why would you want to inspect the roots of your tree?
The roots of your tree consist of both absorbing and anchoring roots. Absorbing roots are below ground and absorb nutrients and water from the soil. When they get damaged, you will notice through discolourations on the leaves of the tree. On the other hand, anchoring roots are big and woody and assist in supporting the tree. While some are above ground, most of them are below. When these roots experience damage, their leaves remain green. But the tree may lean. Sometimes the tree can be toppled by rain and winds. That is why it is crucial to have the roots inspected in advance. So, keep an eye on these signs and call us the moment you identify one of them.
If you notice fungus growing at your tree’s base, then this calls for an inspection of the roots. There is a possibility that the roots are affected too. The earlier you call us, the better the chances you have for saving your tree. Other times, the roots lift the pavements and sidewalks. Our visit will help you know how the tree can be saved and the pavement or sidewalk repaired.
About 80 per cent of the roots of a tree are situated between 2 and 3 feet of the surface of the soil. They also spread as far as twice or thrice the tree’s height. The root system of a tree is both delicate and massive. These features make it vulnerable to stresses that result from construction work, poor planting, and compacted soils. Our tree root inspection service will help you in identifying these problems.
The data gathered from root inspections is very crucial. It assists arborists in safeguarding the health of your trees and preventing more expensive problems in the future. A root collar inspection can help in determining the depth of planting, diagnose root injuries and root rot, and in removing girdling roots. If you are about to construct an addition to your home, a tree root inspection will allow you to prune roots that would have been damaged as well as relieve soil compaction and set up utilities around the roots.
There is much that our tree root inspection service can do for your tree’s health, construction project, amenities, underground services, and more. Call us now!
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Arnold, Bulwell, Beeston, Basford, Burton Joyce, Carlton, Colwick, Mapperley, Mansfield, Papplewick, Ravenshead, Hucknall, West Bridgford, Ruddington, Bingham, Wollaton, Long Eaton, Eastwood, The Park, Alexandra Park, Rushcliffe, Toton, Breaston, Barton, Woodthorpe and Lucknow Drive, Bramcote, Risley, Stapleford, Chilwell, Sutton in Ashfield, Kirkby in Ashfield, Nottingham, Derby, Leicester, Burton on trent.