Trees may need to be removed for a number of reasons. A tree might be dead, diseased, or dying. Or perhaps new construction or landscaping requires a removal.
In any case it’s important to use an expert, especially in situations requiring dangerous or tight-spot removals, when power lines, homes, or other structures are close by.
Various techniques are used to remove a tree, depending on it’s size, where it’s located, what’s around it, and other factors.
Tree removal can be a messy business. Not only could the removed tree and its limbs damage your landscaping, tree removal equipment can also leave its mark.
Star Tree Service specializes in “zero impact” tree removals. Our removal methods and equipment allow us to take on even the biggest jobs while maintaining your property and landscaping in its original state.
BRACING & CABLING
Sometimes tree bracing or cabling is a better option than removal.
Tree bracing and cabling are techniques that are used, usually on older or larger trees, to provide structural support for safety, improved appearance, and proper future growth.
Rather than removal, sometimes a leaning tree, or a leder (large branch or trunk) or large branch, can be saved by using bracing and/or cabling techniques.