Sunday, 14 February 2021 / Published in News

As a homeowner, we typically want trees on our property. They add some shade, add some depth to your plat but also provide the wildlife that comes with trees (birds, squirrels, opossums, etc.).

There comes a time, especially in the southeast, where we have to look at large, older trees and determine if they are a safety risk to our families and our property. During hurricanes, high winds can cause branches to break off, or those tall pines to uproot — causing a major headache and safety risk.

Tree removal comes from necessity. Necessity to remain safe, necessity to build the future. We often get calls and complaints from folks who do not want to remove the tree, but want to make it safer. There are ways we can delimb the tree or assist with the fall direction the best we can. We can even help make the determination what is safe and what should be removed. Our technicians have years of experience to assist in the decision making.

Our team is eager to assist you in this process and we look forward to hearing from you.