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Tree Removal

While we all value trees for numerous reasons, there are also many reasons why removing a tree is necessary. Trees are extremely durable and can respond to pests, disease, temperature extremes and drought, however any number of these stresses combined can kill a tree. Removing a dead tree that can fall and damage property is the best option to keep you and your property safe.


While other trees may not die completely, other weaknesses can make them hazardous to keep standing. Damage, rot and cavities in the trunk or major limbs can fail unpredictably and should be removed. These structural weaknesses should be evaluated by a professional arborist.

Frost damage on a willow trunk
Trunk Rot in a Siberian Elm
Cavity in a cottonwood
Indian paint fungus decaying the heartwood of a grand fir

Technical Removals

Removing trees isn't always as straight forward as you would imaging a lumberjack felling a tree in the woods. In the urban forest landscape, there are often houses, fences and other valued property at risk of getting damaged. In these situations, to ensure maximum safety and control, we use all sorts of tools and techniques to make sure every piece of your tree hit the ground safely.

Before and during photos of Skyler removing an ash tree in a tight spot between the house and the power lines
Skyler piecing out a dead elm in a tight spot
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