A tree health consultation involves the inspection and subsequent report on the health of a tree, followed by a discussion of how to proceed.
There are numerous things to look at in determining the health of a tree. The foliage that a tree produces is important to it’s capacity to photosynthesize.Read more about Tree Health Consultation >
Stump removal involves actually digging out the stump and removing it. This requires the use of a small excavator, first to get the stump out of the ground and then load it onto a truck to be removed.
This process produces a similar crater to the rotted stump described above, the main difference is the ability to then fill in the crater then and there eliminating the inevitable repair later on.Read more about Stump Removal >
Stump grinding involves using a machine with a large carbide tipped cutter on it. This machine actually grinds away the stump turning it into sawdust. The machine is moved across the surface of the stump in an arc causing the cutter to cut into the stump gradually cutting away the solid wood.Read more about Stump Grinding >
Tree pruning the strategic removal of limbs that are either dangerous or impeding the healthy growth of the tree.
Close inspection of trees, particularly those growing near houses, driveways or other areas where a falling limb might cause damage to a vehicle or property is the first step.Read more about Tree Pruning >
Thinning trees allows for removing less desirable species giving growth room to more desirable species.
In cases where a grove of same species trees are growing there is the concern of too much vertical growth as each tree competes for it’s share of sunshine. In theses cases trees can become spindly with not enough trunk diameter or root mass to support the height.Read more about Tree Thinning >
Also known as lot clearing, tree clearing is the removal of trees to accommodate the building of a home or an addition to an home.
Clearing is basically done to create a larger open area that could be used to build a home, make changes to a home, or expand the open area around a home.Read more about Tree Clearing >
The first consideration in removing a tree is it’s location: is it close to the house, a shed, electric service lines, or other structure that might get damaged in the course of removal?
The next consideration is the height of the tree, although a tree can be 50’ from any given structure or power line, if the tree is 60’ tall , the structure is within the fall zone of that tree.Read more about Tree Removal >