RTS offers a comprehensive range of services tailored to the client’s needs, including, but not limited to:

Plant Health Care (PHC)

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Complex removals

  • The location of the tree in proximity to valuable structures/property, the condition of the tree, and its size, among other factors, all contribute to the difficulty of the removal
  • Having removed hundreds of difficult trees during his tenure at the 8000-acre Biltmore Estate, RTS adheres to the highest industry standards to ensure a safe removal


Many different types of tree pruning exist. RTS uses the most current ISA-approved techniques to achieve your pruning goals – whatever they may be.

  • Viewshed management
  • Crown cleaning/reduction
  • Structural pruning
  • Elevation pruning
  • Restorative
  • Topping not included!

Tree risk assessments


Stump grinding

  • Specialized machinery converts the stump to an eco-friendly mulch
  • Prevents tree regrowth, eliminates a breeding area for pests, and improves landscape aesthetics

Forestry mulching

  • An eco-friendly process whereby unwanted biomass is ground into mulch on site and in place by specialized mobile machinery
  • Excellent for lot clearing, invasive removal, forest reclamation, etc.

Planting and transplanting

Root barrier installation

  • Growing roots can exert tremendous pressure leading to damaged hardscapes, underground utilities, and/or foundations
  • RTS offers both high-strength plastic panels and chemically-treated geotextiles
  • May be installed pre-construction and/or post-construction (in most instances)

Crane-assisted removals

  • Sometimes the only way to safely and effectively remove a tree is with a crane
  • RTS has removed many trees using this approach and has established working relationships with several local crane companies

Lightning protection systems

  • By providing an alternate path for the lightning strike, electricity is conducted into the ground directly via copper cable, leaving your tree unscathed

Cabling and bracing

  • A “risky” tree or limb does not always have to be removed
  • Thankfully, a number of options exist to help stabilize a suspect specimen
  • RTS favors the use of the Cobra® cabling system due to its many advantages


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