Tree and Shrub Care
- Tree & Shrub Removal: Technical expertise & equipment for safety & efficiency, including large scale crane removal.
- Tree & Shrub Pruning: For optimal plant health & wellness
- Fire Mitigation: Creating defensible space around your home.
- Creation of fire breaks
- Pruning of lower branches
- Lot Clearing
- Bracing and Cabling
- Lighting Protection
- Construction Mitigation
Timberline Landscaping’s professional arborist services ensure that your landscape will last for years to come. Our International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) certified arborists and expertly trained crews take a holistic approach to the preventative care required to maintain your plant material (and property value), while making certain your landscape remains beautiful. We specialize in tree, shrub, and plant health care to expand all of your plants’ longevity.
With crews trained in aerial crane removal and access to state-of-the-art equipment, such as a track chipper, Timberline is capable of large-scale tree removal and performing work in difficult-to-access areas, such as those with steep slopes and heavy vegetation.
Plant Health Care
- Insect and Disease Control
- Trunk & Soil Injections
- Tree & Shrub Watering (including winter watering)
- Plant Monitoring & Inspections
- Soil Modifications
- Integrated Pest Management: For superior control of damaging pests
- Growth Regulation
Our certified professionals possess the knowledge to deliver customized and intelligent landscape solutions that protect your property investment for the long-term. You will be provided an in-depth and efficient plan that prioritizes safety and your landscape’s health.
The right size tree
Not all trees will work well in every landscape. Some require proper siting to ensure they can spread out, while others may need more sun or water. With the number of microclimates in Colorado Springs it’s important to choose trees for your landscape that will thrive.
Extreme weather in Colorado Springs can appear in the form of heat waves in the dead of winter, high wind storms or even bomb cyclones. It’s not always easy to take preventative measures to mitigate tree damage, but there are a few things you should keep in mind when we get these weird weather spells.
On the occasion that we get heavy, wet snow and extreme storms here in the Springs, your trees may end up being susceptible to breakage and die-back. Learn to recognize signs that your tree is struggling and ways that you might be able to reduce potential damage.
Fall Tree Care
There are a few household chores to take care of come fall. One of them is paying some attention to your trees. Are they getting enough moisture? Have you fertilized them? Pruned them? We have some fall best practices to follow to help keep your trees healthy through the winter.
There are a variety of elements that go into tree pruning. You want to get the dead and broken branches out of there to promote the health and vigor of your trees. Winter is generally the best time to prune your trees, as they are dormant during this time.
Unlike our kids, friends or relatives, trees cannot speak to us and tell us what’s wrong. It could be overwatering, disease, a bug infestation or something completely different. There are some signs however that can indicate what might be going on so you can start finding a solution.
Rely on Timberline’s arborists to prioritize the health and beauty of your plants
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