Only when necessary, will we recommend a tree be removed. Tree removal is needed for several reasons with the most immediate reason being the tree is now hazardous. What qualifies as hazardous is a tree's overall structural integrity is compromised and endangering its surrounding area - homes, powerlines, sidewalks, fencing, etc. Other reasons for removal are if a tree is dead, dying, obstructing light, outgrowing its space, or located on a future construction site.
We highly recommend not waiting on having one or more of your tree(s) evaluated since a not so prominent issue could develop into one that costs you more money and time to fix. Dead trees, similarly, to a dead stump, make attractive homes for wood-boring insects, and no one wants their next neighboring home to be in yours. To avoid the same bug infested risk, a dying tree may not always show external signs of decline as decay will start internally in some cases. Removing a tree that is obstructing light from other plants in the area will allow that garden you worked so hard on or paid a lot of money for to receive the light it needs to flourish. You should always be mindful of the space around your trees compared to their growth rate. Tree roots have the capability to be intrusive and disrupt spaces such as your home's foundation or driveway. No matter the situation you find yourself in, our arborists are effective and willing to guide you to what is best for the well-being of you and your tree(s).
Many people in this line of work can take a tree down, but not everyone can maneuver within a confined space. Location of tree relative to a home, powerlines, cars, or your beautiful landscape, is what causes tree removal to become complex. Our team is skilled in situating our lines properly, so we can control and maintain control of each tree cut until it reaches its intended drop zone to ensure a safe removal process. As important as bringing a tree down safely is, we also care that the clean-up portion of the removal process is done smoothly. We focus on clearing all debris without damaging any surrounding vegetation or structures.
Cabling & Bracing
If there is a chance that your tree(s) are not too far gone from saving, we will executive proper procedures to restore the trees' health. Certain trees may lose their structural integrity due to pests, disease, or just weather. Cabling and bracing may help support a tree, and can help you avoid having to remove the tree outright. Before making any decision on how to conduct tree treement, a member of our team will assess the condition of your trees and surrounding landscape.