Bugs can cause long term damage to your trees or even kill them. Make sure to treat tree bugs early, talk to an arborist to get a live evaluation of your tree and recommendations for care.
Fungus on Trees
Fungal diseases can break down a tree’s structural integrity leading them to fall apart. A fungus may also attack the leaves, hurting a tree’s ability to make food. If you see evidence of fungal disease on your trees or shrubs, talk to an arborist today.
Often times what looks like sap dripping from trees is actually a infestation of insects. Talk to an arborist today to find out more about the best way to treat your tree.
Once again, RTEC has done a great job. The team showed up right on time and performed all the work that we agreed to. They coordinated with us and made recommendations concerning ongoing support for our trees. They thoroughly cleaned up the debris and left our yard in pristine condition. WELL DONE.
We have used RTEC Treecare for several years. They do excellent work. Their staff is extremely knowledgeable and take great care in explaining the various options available for your particular situation. I highly recommend them.
Very professional review of our requirements and an accurate estimate. Showed up on time and were finished quickly. Cleaned up all of the debris and sawdust. Great job all around.
Very good work while ensuring that I was aware of status of my work order and planned completion.
We Honor Our Commitments.
Our promise to you is that if we ever fall short of our commitments, we will make it right.
RTEC Tree Care is a full service tree health care and maintenance provider in Maryland, Virginia, and DC.
RTEC specialists bring proper training, the right equipment, and compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and American National Standards Institute (ANSI.) We hire ISA Certified Arborists who know the proper cuts.
A tree with two or more large leads can be unstable and can cause damage to your property. We provide a support structure in the form of high-strength cables that help to stabilize the tree. This prevents further injury to the tree, and can even guide a mature, healthy tree to grow in the right direction.
Our goal is to preserve trees as often as possible. If they are still healthy , we do all we can to retain them. However, in cases of unhealthy or dying trees, where they are a danger to property, or when there is no other option, we can safely remove the tree.