W.A.N.E. 3000 Units replace or compliment Tree Grates, Pervious Paving, Brick or any other Hardscape Surface.
Do you have pervious paving or tree grates in your plans for a current or future hardscape project?
Before you complete your specifications why not take a few minutes and learn how you can save as much as 50% of these costs and have a safer, more attractive and more functional system that protects vulnerable trees using the W.A.N.E 3000 Tree Preservation System.
The fact is, urban development kills trees. Hardscape Paving materials and trees just don't mix well. Balancing the benefits of progress with the preservation of beautiful trees is a difficult task. The W.A.N.E. 3000 Tree System is a simple but extremely effective method of tree preservation specifically designed for use in hardscape environments that are detrimental to the health of trees.
Knowledgeable Hardscape Designers Specify the W.A.N.E. 3000
Landscape architects, architects, urban foresters and municapal arborists have been specifying the W.A.N.E. 3000 Tree System since 1972. The Georgia Dome, the Washington D.C. Capital Mall, and Central Florida Theme Parks all use W.A.N.E. 3000 Tree Units. Please take a few minutes and watch our short video on how the W.A.N.E. 3000 offers you a more cost efficient method for having safer, larger, and longer living trees in your hardscape design.
W.A.N.E 3000 Units are installed state wide. The University of Florida has W.A.N.E units installed around Emerson Hall.
Pervious Paving and
Tree Grate Challenges
Turf blocks, pervious paving and tree grates are methods commonly used in hardscape design, but each presents challenges associated with its use that the W.A.N.E. 3000 Tree System resolves. Learn how the W.A.N.E. 3000 solves the deficiencies of turf block, pervious paving and tree grates in your hardscape design
in this short video.
The truth is, trees in an urban environment can only expect to live half as long as trees in nature. That's why Wayne Smith, Founder of W.A.N.E. Tree System invented the original W.A.N.E. Unit system in 1971. The initial design was created to save and protect a declining Live Oak Tree surrounded by a parking lot. Almost 50 years later, that tree is still living. Hear the story of the invention of the W.A.N.E. Tree system
in Wayne's own words.
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