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Virginia Drought Monitor

 

In an Emergency...

Call our office - (434) 263-4324


Call immediately, so we can respond to your emergency promptly and safely.

Our first priority is the safety of you and our staff. Second, we work to secure your property.

  In wide spread emergencies, your call is addressed in the order it is received with

priority given to existing customers and imminent danger.

During business hours, call to talk to our office staff; after hours,

your call is forwarded and will be returned by our on call arborist.

 

     

 

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As tree care specialists, we have the expertise and proper equipment necessary for taking down trees - without harming your property.


Tree Removal

Dead, dying, and weak trees are a threat to your property and should be considered for immediate removal. Don't risk your safety by keeping around such hazardous trees. Even healthy looking trees can be a significant risk due to leaning, internal/structural damage and weakness, and cracking. If you are unsure whether or not your trees are healthy, contact us so we can schedule a time to evaluate what risks you have around your landscape. Sometimes trees grow in undesirable areas. We are happy to provide assessments and suggestions of ways you can keep you, your family, and your property safe.


Standard removals

Standard take downs involve the safe felling of a tree into a predetermined area.

Difficult removals

Certain trees may require the use of a crane or technical procedures for the safest removal. See our Crane & Technical Removals service page for more information and pictures.

Stumps

We can leave a tall stump, low stump, or remove the stump entirely. Please see our Stump Grinding, Removal, & Re-seeding page for more information.


 


 

Debris Cleanup

You have options for what to do with the debris that remains after a tree is removed. We are happy to tailor to meet your specific needs and can combine any of our cleanup options. Our list of debris cleanup services includes:

      • Complete removal of all debris including: raking, moving debris offsite, and clearing walkways, driveways, and roofs
      • Stump grinding
      • Log removal
      • Cutting the wood to various lengths for firewood
      • Brush chipping, to leave in piles or remove
      • Moving wood to any desired location
      • Working with existing employees/contractors

 

 

 


 

Other Options

Questionable trees may not need to be removed at all. For trees that you would like to keep around, we can assist you with the following:


Solutions for weak trees

Some weak trees can be helped with the use of:

Pruning

One of the most beneficial ways for keeping a tree around the longest and healthiest is correct Pruning & Thinning to remove dead/dying/diseased branches, reduce weight and stress, and improve structural integrity. Pruning also enhances landscape aesthetics.

No tree is too dangerous, difficult, or large to remove!

 

Crane Removals

Very large, hazardous trees and trees in precarious locations require careful removal with the help of cranes. Our arborists are thoroughly trained in the practice of removal by crane and adhere to the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Z133 guidelines that outline safe removal procedures using cranes.


       




Technical Removals

Technical removal involves advanced climbing procedures to take down trees that do not need cranes, are not accessible by cranes, or cannot be felled. This technique is performed only by highly skilled arborists, who carefully ascend the tree using complicated rigging, make technical and methodical cuts, and lower the limbs using ropes to carefully guide them to the ground. Our staff includes ISA Certified Arborists and ISA Certified Treecare Workers that are experienced in technical removals and can safely take down your unwanted, hazardous trees.

 

Tree Pruning Overview

Structural Support Systems

Learn more about the Certification Credentials and Professional Affiliations Arboristry® holds:

 

                       

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