Tree removal is best left to qualified professionals. It's a hugely technical undertaking and the physical implications can involve a degree of danger. According to an article published in the Globe and Mail, working with trees is listed as number 1 out of 10 most dangerous occupations. If the tree service provider that is doing work on your property is not insured you are liable for personal injury in the event of an accident. You are also liable for damage to property, structures, and vehicles, etc., which may or may not be owned by you. Next, consider how it will affect the scenery, health and value of your property. Calculated tree removal can enable other contending species to develop and mature. In the case of a tree that is very much alive it may have to be removed because it interferes with the health and vitality of other trees. Otherwise it may be a menace to buildings, driveways or utility wires.
An arborist may evaluate or diagnose the predicament of the tree and suggest a solution that will allow you to keep the tree. It's always best to be proactive when it comes to trees and their care and maintenance. It's definitely the sure path to enhancing the health and vigor of your trees and shrubs for longevity. In the case of structurally weak trees they can be supported by the application of cabling and bracing systems. The life of trees can definitely be extended by providing supplemental support. It provides a measure of protection from high velocity winds. It also protects against joint and branch injuries.
What You Can Expect From Our Service:
Tree removal in community neighborhoods do present a wide variety of scenarios and landscapes that can be challenging to say the least. Trees in mature neighborhoods can take up space along side other valuable trees and flowers as well as buildings. Large trees require highly skilled and experienced personnel operating our state-of-the-art specialized equipment and machinery. These tools are designed to insure the job is done properly and safely to protect your home and property. The specialized equipment required depends not only on the size of your tree but how it's branches have formed and how stable it is.
Clean-up follows the take down of a tree. When we take down a tree it's typically cut into logs of about 20 inches in length which are then stacked near the base of the tree or removed at your request. The smaller limbs and brush are chipped on site and removed as desired.