Tree mitigation is the act of compensating for healthy tree removal by planting a proportionate number of replacement trees based upon the species and size of each existing tree that is lost or taking other actions to restore and biologically enhance existing green-space.

It’s becoming more common for new owners of urban residential property to completely remove existing houses to construct a new home. This usually affects the older trees growing on the property. Construction plans should take into consideration the valuable assets that exist in these trees. Miller's Tree Service will assist the property owner in providing the proper protection plan for these trees during the construction phase.

If preserving your trees from damage during construction is a priority for you, a similar commitment from your general contractor will be required. Contractual penalties for tree damage can be a considerable incentive to insuring your contractor’s cooperation.