Tree Care Service
We specialize in low impact and efficient tree service operations. This includes everything from minor trimming and pruning, to large scale removals, and all things in between.
110 foot diseased cherry tree removal using only hand tools
A 120 foot cottonwood requiring removal, completed in 1.75 hours
We are a whole tree recycler, utilizing all materials for wood slabs, organic mulch and compost
Removals are evaluated by tree health or improper tree placement. Careful steps must be taken to prevent damage to your home and the surrounding environment. Soil compaction should also be taken into consideration on removals. We have the right equipment to get in and out of tight areas with little to no evidence that we were ever even there. Understanding advanced tree dynamics and use of ropes and rigging to safely dismantle a tree is one of our specialties.
The pruning of trees is important as well. A good pruning requires both an experienced eye for the aesthetics of a tree and the proper knowledge to ensure the health of the tree. We sanitize our tools to prevent the spread of disease from tree to tree. We never use foot spikes to climb a tree that is not being removed, as it is unsafe for the tree. We will climb with ropes or use equipment, both of which allow better access to limbs, not just ones at the trunk.
We often grind stumps after we have removed a tree, but we can also remove any old existing stumps on your property. Stump grinding removes the risk of tripping hazards and possible mower accidents while improving the aesthetics of your property. We can haul away the mulch from the stump grinding process or you can spread the mulch around the trees and plants on your property.
Bracing & Cabling
Trees often need some degree of supplemental, physical support to reduce the risk of structural failure within the canopy of the tree. Cabling and/or bracing helps support the tree by limiting the movement of branches of leaders, which is critical when structural deficiencies are present. Careful consideration must be taken when making the decision to install a structural support system within your tree. Our ISA Certified Arborists can help you determine if your tree is a good candidate for a support system.