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Tree removal is one of the highest risk services. Tree workers often need to remove trees that grow in confined spaces near homes, utility lines, and other high-risk areas. Tree removal requires knowledge and a specialized team to successfully accomplish this task.
Tree removals are performed to eliminate dead and damaged trees, as well as those that have become dangerous. Removals can also be helpful in eliminating competition for light and space so that remaining plants are better able to grow and thrive. In some cases, trees can also be removed to allow for new construction, household additions and to provide spaces with these structures.
Our team is highly trained to work safely and efficiently on all removals. Our equipment is of last generation which guarantees us security and agility to perform any work, be it large scale or to a lesser extent. We offer complete debris cleaning and strive to minimize impact on vegetation around removal
As part of the tree removal process, the stump is usually as close to the ground as possible. If necessary, stump removal may be provided as another service solution. Stump removal can be challenging and often requires special machines, but it may be necessary if the stump is a landscape hazard or simply a monstrosity. Professional milling of stumps is the easiest and safest way to handle this work.
Pruning is required to remove dead and dying branches to maintain plant health and safety. This pruning type is referred to as cleaning. Research has now documented that thinning, the removal of live branches to reduce density, significantly reduces wind resistance and subsequent storm damage.
Thinning should be concentrated on the outer portions of the canopy, leaving as many branches on the interior crown as possible. In some instances, the crown or individual branches require reduction in length to improve the form and shape of the plant, to eliminate interference with objects and structures, and to compensate for structural weaknesses.
This process, known as raising, also can be used to increase the amount of light for turf grass and ground covers beneath the crown of a tree. Tree Masters arborists are trained to evaluate the condition of your trees and determine the type(s) of pruning required to balance your goals and those of managing plant health and safety.
CABLES AND BRACE
Cables and brace rods are supplemental structural supports intended to reduce the risk of failure of weak branches and multiple stems. Cables generally consist of extra high strength steel and are attached to bolts installed in the upper crown of a tree.
They are intended to limit the movement of the supported branches so they are less likely to fail during storms. Braces are thread rod that are installed through unions of weak branches and multiple stems to provide more rigid support from torsional (twisting) forces that can occur in violent weather.
IDENTIFYING ISSUES EARLY
Most damage to a property during severe weather conditions occurs when branches or trees fall. High winds and damp ground conditions, typical of summer storms, can cause tree roots to fail and branches to weaken. During winter, the weight of ice and snow accumulation can be equally dangerous, resulting in breaking of branches and trees. This is why pre-storm inspections are recommended to identify potentially hazardous conditions and help reduce the risk of damage before severe weather occurs.
Our priority is to respond to our customers in a state of emergency. Our expert staff offers services that include clearing trees from houses, cleaning roads and sidewalks, and pruning or removing trees that may lead to further injury or property damage. Our company has the resources and equipment that enable us to mobilize teams across multiple regions at the same time to meet emergency customer needs in storm-affected areas as quickly as possible.
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