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Soins des arbres


In the majority of pruning cases, one should strive to preserve the natural shape of the tree. Beware of contractors who are eager to sell you on ball-shaped pruning or drastic pruning by assuring you that all your problems will thus be resolved. This type of cutting reduces the tree to a trunk and a few short main branches. The results can be spectacular in the short term, but after a few years, serious problems will emerge. The structure of the branches will be weak and potentially dangerous. One should not cut more than 25% of the crown nor perform ball-shaped pruning, except in exceptional circumstances. Remember that each tree has its own requirements regarding tolerance to pruning. The benefits of pruning must be carefully evaluated in order to limit the injuries thus created and the consequences on the health and condition of the tree. Pruning is both an art and a science. Basic training is needed to give the tree a beautiful shape while allowing it to retain its full vigor. The tree is a living being, but unlike humans, it cannot regenerate its cells. Thus, when it suffers an injury such as torn bark or a cut, the tree cannot heal or scar over as a human does. The rules of pruning have been defined by the Bureau de normalisation du Québec (BNQ) and continuously improved with the help of the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA



Pruning is the most widespread method of tree maintenance. Although forest trees grow naturally, ornamental trees require maintenance to eliminate risks of physical and material damage and to maintain their health and aesthetics. Before pruning a tree, it is important to understand its physiological reactions to pruning. Indeed, improper pruning can cause damage that will harm the tree's health or reduce its lifespan




This work involves fixing cables in a tree to straighten or strengthen it. Therefore, it must be carried out by people with specific knowledge in arboriculture. There are several types of cabling: flexible/dynamic, rigid, and sometimes a tree may require both types of cabling to preserve its ornamental value and at the same time secure it so that it does not pose risks to citizens. The cables support the tree without harming it or altering its shape and volume, making them the preferred solution for preserving a majestic tree that was thought to be lost!"



Disease Detection


There are many insects and diseases that affect trees. If you detect significant signs of decline in your trees, it is important to call on the expertise of a specialist in arboriculture. Only a professional can provide you with a reliable and fair evaluation. Remember, this service will give you the true picture of the condition of your tree. Additionally, the treatments used to control pathogens and parasitic insects are all entirely organic.


It is unfortunate, but sometimes possible, that the expert report leads to the felling of your tree. Of course, our role is to preserve the environment, so it is natural to do everything in our power to avoid this final solution. Entrust your work to our professionals, your satisfaction will be guaranteed, and our teams use the latest techniques on the market, which are safe, efficient, and detail-oriented. You ensure the services of a team of specialized and trained workers, equipped with all necessary protective gear and adequate coverage


Stump removal


Stump removal involves mechanically removing the stump following a tree felling. It is important to properly eliminate surface roots to prevent any potential regrowth. Furthermore, in very 'technical' locations, we have protective barriers to minimize the impact on your property. Of course, it is important to notify us about the location of your installations, the city boundary, any irrigation systems, the presence of buried wires, and any other objects that may be buried in the ground.



Chipping involves transforming branches into wood chips, which saves you the effort of manually handling your branches. The operation is performed mechanically using a wood chipper.


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