Tree & Brush Removal
Have a deteriorating tree or overgrown brush that you’d like removed from the sights of your lawn? Attempting to remove these yourself can be dangerous if you’re not properly trained. As the tree and brush removal process is both a timely and complicated process, it is better to enlist the help of professionals that are accustomed to doing so. Many clients request tree and brush removal for unsightly plants around their lawn that are prone to infestation or disease. Other causes could also be that they’re hazardous to the surrounding properties or structures, or they simply get in the way of new buildings.
If you have a tree that you’d like removed from your lawn, it is important for us to always examine the state of the tree before removal. We walk our clients through the process of removal and make them aware that removing the tree will likely leave some form of hole, mark, or uneven land mass in their lawn. Although this usually grows back, it can be avoided or reduced with professional removal techniques. Depending on how old or big the tree is, this will also be considered when we attempt to remove it. Once removed, if the tree is not infested with disease or pests, we will likely try to make use of the remains by recycling them into mulch or other building materials.
Brush removal involves similar techniques and tools to tree removal, but is typically easier in terms of scale and time duration. Brush can more readily be cut at the base and removed as a whole, while trees will require more gentle care given their size. During brush removal, we’re able to remove the brush as a whole, along with any residual leaves and twigs that may fall around it. As we do with most of our removal projects, we attempt to recycle any salvageable plants that we can, otherwise they are then disposed of.
After your trees or brushes have been removed, you’ll probably wonder about the ability for new plants to grow around the areas or in the former space. You will be happy to know that most tree and brush removals don’t result in infertile soil or growing space, and we’re even able to offer fertilization in the area once the plant has been removed. Adding fertilization to a newly vacant piece of soil can help increase its productivity and ability for new growth.
For those that have trees or brush in their garden but you’re not ready to get rid of them just yet, we also offer reduction and trimming services. These are designed to help keep your trees and brushes well-groomed and at a comfortable length. Many clients find that after a simple grooming and reduction session, the plants look great and don’t need to be removed. If your plant has become victim to infestation, we recommend removal over reduction to avoid it from spreading.