Some days while working you think back to how it used to be. Having the right tools/equipment makes all the difference.
Cut down two Willow Oaks, removed all debris, ground the stumps and removed the grinding debris. Work made easy with all our toys.
Every time to show up to a job the first thing we do is set up the tree work signs and the cones. This way we do all we can to create a safe work zone and also make motorists aware of what is ahead.
Just picked up our Brush Bandit 15xp! It is fueled and ready to go. Drum style chipper with a 15 plus diameter capacity.
Customers and potential customers ask us why we do not top trees. Here is a side by side of a Bradford Pear that was topped and then another photo of what is likely to occur. The split bark is due to over exposure to the sun. Without a canopy to shade the branch the bark splits and opens up areas for decay.
We always make sure to put cones out and create a safe work zone for us and the neighbors around us.
Cut down three large White Oaks, ground the stump and removed debris. Can’t tell that there was ever a tree.
Today we focused on cutting down the spars left from yesterday. Cut large sections out of the tree and then slim them down so the MT85 can carry them out to the truck.
Cut down the three White Oaks in the photo. One was dead, one was dying and the other had rot in the stem that made it a hazard.