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In some cases, the choice is very easy. Decay or insect damage can kill a tree and leave no doubts about it. Other times the choice is not so clear. What looks to be a healthy tree can sometimes pose a risk of devastating property damage. When dealing with a healthy tree, crown reduction and limb thinning can achieve the same goal as removing the tree. That's why we assess each tree individually.
Our goal is not to remove every tree we come across. Removing a tree can leave a landscape out of scale. It can take a new tree years to fill in the space left behind. Shade trees can also save hundreds of dollars in cooling and watering cost every year.
Tree removal by climbing is best for uneven terrain or limited access.
Tree removal by lift is great for production and tip trimming. It is also the best option for dealing with dead or severely damaged trees.
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