Vancouver Tree Removal Company Tree Works is the premier Arboriculture company in the Lower mainland. We boast about our track record and client care. We always leave our projects cleaner than we came, no matter what the service. Tree Works has been doing excellent tree care service in Greater Vancouver for over 15 years. Tree Works sends out only certified Arborist !
In crown reduction pruning, generally not more than 1/3 of the total area is removed in a single operation. Crown reduction and deadwood removal have frequently been done in large Douglas Fir and Red Cedar pines close to building. This allows the winds to move through the tree, lessening chances of tree failure.
Also, because more light and air reach the inner portion of the branches, the trees experience less needle loss. Consequently, there is less mess below. We believe this also enhances the natural shape of the tree. Various pruning techniques such as skirting and thinning provide a healthy solution to conserving views without completely removing trees.
Hazardous Tree Evaluation & Removal:
The first step in any hazardous tree removal is to assess the level of potential harm that the tree could cause if it falls. First we assign a value of 1-10 for the trees failure potential and then we assign a value corresponding to the “target” or what the tree may hit if it falls. By analyzing these values we can then advise whether or not the tree needs to be removed. Tree Works has the latest in arborist equipment and technical skills to accomplish any sized tree removal.
Trees Near Power Lines:
Removing a tree near a power line is extremely dangerous and needs to be handled by a competent professional. We are highly experienced in this area and can help you with any hazardous tree situation. Put your mind at ease knowing that our highly skilled arborists have the experience and expertise to remove any hazardous trees that may be causing problems.
After the tree has been removed, we are also able to completely remove the stump with a process called “stump grinding.” This process allows us to essentially “grind” the stump to below ground level, allowing new sod, soil or cement to be placed on top. Commercial land clearing is also available if multiple trees are to be removed.