Whether it may be on public, private or institutional land, planting a tree helps to improve all aspects of city life.
A tree absorbs air pollutants, reduces the temperature during the summer, absorbs noise, rainwater and reduces runoff into sewers. A tree contributes to the landscape, becomes a nesting place for wildlife and encourages biodiversity. Finally, a tree is an added value to the property.
Although there are circumstances where a tree and its root system can become problematic for a building, it is generally not the case. It is advised to be well informed and to plant the right tree in the right place. We would be happy to inform you about this.