Regular maintenance can ensure and promote healthy growth, improve the appearance and shape of your trees and prolong their life.
Crane Services and Dangerous Tree Removal
Specializing in large tree crane removals, we provide and operate a 22-tonne crane with a 125-ft reach for hoisting or rigging.
We chip brush on site when removing and trimming trees. The wood chips produced are good for mulching if requested.
Our portable chipper can chip wood up to 18" in diameter to handle even the largest of jobs.
We plant trees both commercially and for residential clients. Our experts can help determine the best location to promote your trees healthy future growth.
The installation of cables and braces on trees reduces their stress and damage. Our goal is to help strengthen weak branches or limbs so they are better able to withstand severe weather and improve longevity. This is particularly important in older established neighbourhoods with heritage trees.
Deep Root Fertilizing
In our backyards, trees are forced to compete with our lawns and other plants, and we frequently remove fallen leaves, organic matter and other potential sources of nutrient recycling that would naturally have helped them thrive.
Application of a slow-release tree fertilizer is one of the most important things needed to replace lost nutrients, improving resistance to damage from diseases, insects and stressful weather. Tree fertilization can also help your trees expand their root systems for better anchorage and overall vitality.
Wharram Tree Service is the only tree service company in Southern Ontario that performs sonic tomography. A sonic tomograph or 'tree ultrasound' is used for tree risk assessments in order to measure the thickness of the residual wall of the tree.
- The best decay detection/evaluation device currently available
- Improved information for long-term planning and management of trees
- The tomograph sees ‘inside’ the tree to greatly improve assessment
- Handles all situations from close to ground level to large irregular shaped trees
- Instant on-site results
Emerald Ash Borer Treatment
Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), is an invasive wood boring beetle from Asia and the industry is forecasting the Emerald Ash Borer will infest unprotected ash trees in Canada over the next 20 years.