A highly technical task, tree removal requires trained and qualified professionals. Tree removal addresses the health and aesthetics of your landscape as well as the safety and liability of host and adjacent properties. Strategic tree removal can enable competing species to develop and mature. In certain instances, it may be necessary to remove a tree that is alive if it is interfering with the health and vigor of other trees, or threatens buildings, driveways, or utility wires.
Tree Removal is recommended when a tree:
- is dead, dying, or considered irreparably hazardous
- is causing an obstruction or is crowding and causing harm to other trees and the situation is impossible to correct through pruning
- is to be replaced by a more suitable specimen
- should be removed to allow for construction With proper maintenance, trees can add aesthetic and economic value to your property. Poorly maintained trees, on the other hand, can be a significant liability.
Tree removal in urban and suburban landscapes can present a challenge. Neighborhood trees are often surrounded by other valuable plantings and structures. Urban trees can pose hazards to the public. Tree removals, especially for large trees, require careful dismantling by highly trained personnel utilizing state-of-the-art machinery to ensure the protection of your home and property. The use of specialized equipment during tree removals is determined by the conditions on your landscape, branch architecture, and the soundness of your tree. A standard tree removal includes taking down a tree, chipping all brush, cutting all wood into 20″ logs, and cutting the stumps as flush as possible to the ground. Wood may be stacked at or near the base of the tree or removed from the site depending your specifications. We also can provide stump removal and disposal services.
If any questions regarding tree removal or to get a free estimate, please contact us today!