Services – pest-control
and preventive treatment of trees

GREATER MONTREAL: 514-432-0838
QUEBEC AND THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION: 418-456-0386
OUTAOUAIS: 819-968-2447
EASTERN TOWNSHIPS: 819-791-3808

Treatment against parasitic insects and diseases (pest-control and preventive treatments)

  • Emerald ash borer (EAB)(TreeAzinTM)
  • Dutch elm disease (DED)

Prevention and treatment of EAB

It is possible to treat healthy ash trees in an area at risk of infestation or even some trees already infested using the TreeAzinTM. If you have an infested tree, contact us soon to see if it is still possible to treat it. The faster you act, the greater the chances of saving your trees are.

Contact us quickly to get a quote. Simply send us a photo of the trees to be processed, the circumference of the tree and the address of the treatment site.

Services – Areas of expertise in bio-control

  • Tree felling
  • Pruning
  • Maintenance of mature trees
  • Young tree shaping
  • Fertilization
  • Soil amendment
  • Assessing the health of your trees and tree census
  • Pest-control
  • Emerald ash borer treatment
  • Dutch elm disease treatment

Our company is based in Montreal, but we can also offer our services elsewhere in the province, if need be. Do not hesitate to contact us to discuss.

Consulting

A qualified arborist can meet with you to determine the health of your trees and answer your questions. This visit may include:

  • Assessing the health of your trees
  • Census of tree species
  • Detection of parasites
  • Suggestion anti-parasitic treatment
  • Suggestion of a comprehensive response plan (fertilization, soil amendment, corrective pruning training, etc.)

 

We offer our EAB pest-control services in most municipalities within the province of Quebec, so please do not hesitate to contact us.

Our company has two company headquarters. Located in Montreal and Gatineau, Outaouais, but we can also offer our services elsewhere in the province, if need be. Do not hesitate to contact us. We will be happy to discus with you.

 

Frênes abattus, agrile du frêne – emerald ash borer. Photo : René Hardy

Frênes abattus, agrile du frêne – emerald ash borer. Photo : René Hardy