Tree and palm removal is not a service that GreenEdge would like to emphasize. However, it is a very necessary part of arboriculture and needs to be executed professionally and safely.
Tree and palm removals are performed to eliminate dead and dying trees as well as those that become hazardous in the urban environment. Removals can also be extremely helpful in eliminating competition for resources such as light and soil rooting environments. This will ensure that the remaining plant material will be able to grow and thrive in a highly competitive area of the landscape.
GreenEdge’s certified arborists are used regularly to address trees on new construction sites and home additions. Unfortunately, tree and palm removals have become commonplace in order to provide clearances for these new structures.
Tree and palm removal is extremely hazardous and often tree workers must remove trees growing in confined spaces near houses, utility lines, and other sensitive areas. Tree removal requires considerable expertise to successfully perform this task. It is important that the tree removal team, headed up by a certified arborist, are well-trained to work safely and efficiently in all tree and palm removals. GreenEdge provides thorough cleanup of debris and strives to minimize the impact on the surrounding vegetation. As part of the tree removal process, the stump and surrounding root system are typically left as close as possible to the ground. Often, clients request the removal of the stump and surface roots; stump removal can be extremely hazardous and challenging.
Special equipment and machinery are required to remove stumps and surface roots. One of the most difficult parts of stump grinding is access to the stump and surface root area. Unfortunately, many stumps are in close proximity to windows and sensitive architectural elements. Care must be taken to protect Windows and elements from flying grinding debris. Often, surrounding vegetation will be damaged or will need to be removed in order to gain access to the stump grinding area.