Tree Removal Safety
Sometimes, that big tree on your property just has to come down!
You may want to plant something different in your yard, or maybe a tree is leaning and it’s just too dangerous. No matter what the case may be, we want to make sure the job is done thoroughly and especially with the utmost care. Safely removing trees in suburban neighborhoods requires both experience and skill. Most trees cannot just be dropped in a yard because they extend over your home, shrubs, landscaping, pool, or even your neighbor’s property. The protection of your home and property is our top priority. Tree removal often requires our team to carefully “dismantle” the tree using specialized equipment and rigging. The type of equipment used depends on where the tree is located, the soundness of the tree (hollow, big splits, or cracks), and the position of the branches. Did you know that a tree with a diameter of only 24 inches can weigh in at over 4 tons? That’s a lot of weight! Facts like this are why we want to be especially careful while on site to make sure the job is done right.
A typical tree removal includes taking down the tree and chipping all the branches. After the tree removal, you may want to have the stump removed as well. That’s not a problem for us! We make sure not only to take your tree down safely but to grind the stump and remove all debris from the job to ensure your yard looks better than it did when we arrived. We want to take care of your property, making sure no harm comes to anything you have onsite. With this in mind, we aim to communicate clearly so you know what’s going on from our arrival to the minute we leave.
Tree Removal Alternatives
Sometimes all your favorite tree needs is a little support.
Our Arborists may recommend cabling and bracing for your tree instead of a tree removal. Cabling and bracing shore up a structurally weak or damaged tree. These techniques can also protect your tree from further injury and actually extend its life.
Another benefit is helping to provide protection from storm damage – branch and trunk failure has destroyed homes and cars.