Root Zone Therapy

Sometimes it's good to air out your roots.

Root zone therapy– also known simply as soil restoration– relieves soil compaction and adds organic and beneficial elements into the soil.

The process also increases air infiltration and encourages beneficial bacteria to grow in the soil, thus producing the most natural soil environment for the tree.

Root zone therapy is useful both in newer areas where topsoil has been removed, and in older, urban areas where the soil is full of debris and various fillers.

Our technician will gently use an air spade to remove soil from around the tree’s roots. exposing the root zone and addressing any problems, such as rot or girdling roots, before replacing the soil.

Contact us today to learn more about root zone therapy.


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