Whether you’re concerned about the appearance, safety or the long term health of your trees, we have the experience and equipment to help you with:
Tree Work/Cabling & Bracing:
If you have a tree that looks like it’s falling apart, then you should call us. Many trees develop poor structure – weak crotches can break sending large limbs to the ground. We can install cables to stabilize the limbs. This would be good to do for large trees, especially around your home.
Tree & Shrub Pruning:
With our equipment, trained personnel and the latest techniques, we will maintain your shade trees, ornamentals and evergreens. We apply the same skills to your landscape plants. When your trees and shrubs are properly pruned they become healthier and they add equity to your property.
Many tree removals require licensed arborists because of their location near buildings or power lines. Some trees are dying or are dead already and pose a safety hazard. We can help you decide if and when trees need to be removed and develop a plan that is safe and efficient.
Tree Risk Assessment:
If a tree on your property has the potential to cause property damage or personal injury, then it is a risk. Are there mechanical, environmental or weather related injuries to your tree, creating a potential hazard? A tree risk assessment can help determine if that tree is an acceptable or unacceptable risk.
We check the area by calling Call Before You Dig – which is a state law, to ensure there are no underground obstacles, such as utilities, sprinkler systems or dog fencing. Then we use modern equipment to quickly reduce the stump to a pile of soil and woodchips. We can remove the woodchips.
We use a small loader to remove woodchips from the work area so that the space can be repurposed.
We offer two options for woodchip cleanup:
- Hauling away the stump grindings to be recycled and reused for other purposes
- Recycling and reusing the grindings on your property for mulch. We can bring in new topsoil, level and grade the area, and seed.