Soil restoration amends the soil to be conducive for the tree roots. It relieves soil compaction and adds organic and benefical elements into the soil. Such a process also increases air filtration and beneficial bacteria to grow into the soil thus producing the most natural soil environment for the tree to grow.

It is beneficial in newer areas where the top soil has been removed and also in older, urban areas where the soil is full of debris and various fillers.

“Our Zelcova that you cabled and bolted did fine, and we were glad that the dead Douglas Firs John spotted before we did had already been removed before Hurricane Sandy hit. “

Dan C. – Lancaster

Winter Storm Damage

If you have a question about your damaged trees or if you’d like an arborist to diagnose a damaged tree, contact us today to set up an appointment to meet with one of our arborists.

Request Service via Email or call (717) 393-7602 today.