Monster Tree Service launches soil health services

Monster Tree Service, a leading full-service tree care franchise, announced the launch of its comprehensive soil health services. Designed to provide residential and commercial property owners with a customized soil management plan, these new services help consumers keep their soil at optimal health through professional treatment.

The team of arborists and plant health care specialists at Monster Tree Service believes in a holistic approach to plant health care that begins in the soil. They build a soil health plan that is tailored to the specific needs of the property and goes beyond a traditional, fertilizer-only approach. This comprehensive plan includes addressing common plant health care concerns by encouraging soil biodiversity, mitigating soil compaction, addressing nutrition problems, and more.

“At Monster Tree Service, our objective is to build a healthy environment for your trees to thrive. To do that, we focus on building the best environment for soil organisms to function the way nature intended,” said Kathy Glassey, independent contractor. “Your soil is home to not just plant roots but an entire ecosystem that contributes to the health of your trees, shrubs, vegetables, herbs, lawn, and more. Actively managing your soil health is the key to long-term success in your landscape or garden.”

The new soil health services offered by participating Monster Tree Service franchise owners across the country may include a soil sample analysis and quarterly or seasonal soil treatments of fertilizer and soil amendments. Progress is routinely inspected, and the Monster Tree Service team will address any targeted services or plan adjustments needed to meet customers’ goals for their trees and landscaping.

This addition provides another revenue opportunity for franchise owners that complements the work already being done to promote healthy landscapes and communities. Within a season, most customers can expect to see tangible results, including better moisture retention, improved soil structure, and a reduction in their need for fertilizers and pesticides.