Removed deadwood and reduced over extended branches on this Willow Oak. Had our new climber get far out on the limbs to make the proper cuts.
We cut down a large Silver Maple earlier this week. With a four man crew and a treemek we got the tree down, chipped, logs removed, stump ground and grindings removed all in one day.
It’s always fun to think about being where no one else has been. Trees are an amazing and unfortunately sometimes have to be removed, but always good to stop and take in the scenery.
Removed a large Chestnut Oak that was dying. The crazy weather has stressed out a lot of Oaks this year, especially White Oaks. The entire left side of this tree was dead. One lead was over the shed and the other was leaning towards the house.
Cut down a leaning Virginia Pine. The tree was partially uprooted and leaning over a fence. We had to anchor it to a neighboring oak in order to make it safe for climbing. Tree is cut, removed and cleaned up.
On Friday we removed a White Oak that had wilted and died. A lot of Oaks are dying due to stress from the past two years of abnormal weather. Call a Certified Arborist to evaluate your trees and make sure they are healthy.
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.