Why take down a tree?
There are many reasons to take down a tree:
- The tree is dead.
- Alive, but hazardous to home or property or people.
- Uprooted, leaning over/toward house or car, unstable, storm damaged, etc.
- Dying by disease, insect infestation, or drought damaged.
- Lot clearing – at either residential or commercial building sites. This is the removal of multiple tagged trees in a particular area.
Q: How do we take down the tree?
There are different ways to remove trees; it depends on the tree size, shape, reach, location and health status. Regardless of the method used, it is our goal to provide the safest, most effective tree removal process that offers the least impact to surrounding structures, vegetation, and land.
We most commonly remove trees through a climbing or aerial lift device, while using rigging & lowering devices. This allows us to keep the process a low impact removal process. However, when a tree’s location is precarious, enclosed, oddly angled or otherwise difficult to reach through standard methods, we also can utilize our Crane to ensure every tree is reachable. The crane eliminates a lot of the potential hazards that can present themselves in the removal process, especially when removing dead hazardous trees or those trees in tighter spots. It protects the climber, the crew, the surrounding people, and the property.