One of our ground guys Nick finishing off this Sugar Maple with a flush cut. Safety first! Helmet, eye protection, ear protection and chainsaw chaps.
We are selling firewood. Mix hardwood consisting of Oak, Hickory, Ash, Walnut and a variety of other wood. We sell in cords, delivered to your house and dumped on your driveway.
Cut down this large White Oak. Was covered in decaying fungus and needed to be removed before it failed. Took it down in a few pieces and cleaned up all resulting debris.
Last week we had a new climbing arborist begin with us. He is starting with the basics and learning the right way to perform tree work.
The other day we removed a White Oak in Little Rocky Run. The tree had a large area of decay at the base and was leaning over a fence. We were called in to remove the tree without causing damage to the surrounding area.
Here is a picture of included bark on a Bradford Pear. Included bark weakens the connection between the two stems that meet at that point. One way to minimize the chance of failure is to install brace rods and cables to your tree. This will strengthen your tree at its weakest points and all for more time to enjoy then and less time cleaning up after a storm.
Yesterday we cut down this Northern Red Oak. It had died and was leaning towards the customers house. Glad we got the call to remove the tree safely.
Cleaned the canopy of a Pin Oak today in Little Rocky Run. Got a close up of one of our climbers hard at work.
It took us two days to remove this large Eastern White Pine. The tree died and needed to be removed. Tight area for our drop zone. Had a major road to one side, two fences below and then the house was not too far away.
We always use the safest way to remove limbs out of a tree. This Eastern White Pine was over two fences and close to the house. We use ropes and lower devices for almost everything.