Tree Service Removal
We had some trees on the property line taken out by a tree service near me. We had hoped to have it done this winter but the snow-cover prevented it. TheÂ landscape company people were also very busy dealing with ice-dams. Big Cherry Pickers are the only way to safely remove ice dams so if you ever have a freak winter, start calling tree removal companies. pro-tip.
Trimming the Yews
It’s amazing how creepy overgrown brush looks.
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Here is the crew just starting to trim back the Yews:
I suppose it also looks creepy to have a big pile of trash in the driveway but my guy Valentine is coming soon to haul it away!
Here is the before picture. We are removing the right 2 trees. They are Norway Maples which are an invasive species and a very weedy tree took of by Tree Removal Phoenix. The one on the left has bark like a sugar maple and leaves like a Norway. The Tree guy was unsure but it is an older tree with a very strait trunk and seems to be healthy so we elected to leave it. You can see the 2 on the right are younger and have some waves in the main trunk. Norway Maples grow too fast, leaf out too early, and retain their leaves too late.Â this is a hazard for our flat roofingÂ tops, an early or late snow storm brings them down all over town. Add a shallow root system and you really have a recipe for disaster especially when they are spaced as tight as these 3. It is now illegal to plant or cultivate Norway Maples in Massachusetts as they are deemed a damaging invasive species. They make terrible city trees and can cause a lot of damage. It is always sad to see trees of any variety torn down but it was time for these guys, so we made the decision of calling the best arborist in the area.
Here they are from the neighbor’s side of the fence. The owners of this property are out of state and you can tell that these trees are certainly causing damage to this property. They have branches resting on the roof. You can hear the squirell infestation from our yard not to mention the roof damage, which was a telltale sign thatÂ commercial roofing companies in Centennial Colorado be sought posthaste. I think the owners were pleased we were taking the initiative to get these torn down. They split the cost of removal but it’s nice to have someone else schedule and plan the whole thing. The crew would also have needed to use our driveway regardless.
The first thing the Tree Removal Lafayette La crew did was strip all the branches from the main trunk. We watched from the second story window, from my office nook.
Cherry picker cutting off the branches:
First tree ready to come down:
We watched all the brances come down from the 2nd story window:
The back yard was filled with branches:
We contactedÂ Tree Services to remove some trees and leaves for our renovation in the garden. They used a little bob-cat to drag all the branches down the driveway to the chipper on the street. We had to get to work so we didn’t get to watch them.
I’m not sure it necessarily looks better.Â We do have a much less restricted view of the neighbors but it was a necessary step.Â The sugar maple will fill out to the right and we can add a smaller tree decidedly on our property to help give a little more privacy. This is way easier to do withÂ https://www.gippytreeservices.com.au/ Arboricultural services to make your house look even prettier.
I’m hoping we won’t even notice they are gone once the trees have leafed out.Â Soon!
Garden, House Remodel Update
10/14/2019 | 1:24 pm Permalink
Looks Great! They did an awesome job!