Tree Cutting Services
PCS Landscaping has all the equipment needed to handle the most difficult tree removal jobs. We utilize specially designed mats to prevent damage to sod, grass, and other landscaping. These mats are proven to leave turf smooth and soft even under considerable weight loads. Be assured that our surgical approach to removing your tree will provide the safest environment. Our tree removal department deals only with removing trees and has the know how and experience to put your mind at ease.
Tree Cutting & Removal:
Tree cutting is difficult and dangerous work, and if it isn’t done properly, the process can result in injury to the person/people cutting the tree, as well as damage to structures or objects nearby. This is why you should entrust tree cutting and removal to professional landscaping services that have the experience necessary to carry out the whole process in a clean and safe manner.
Even if the falling tree itself doesn’t cause damage, trucks and other removal equipment can leave your property in a state of disarray, with deep tracks in the ground and damage to fences or plants. This is why we at Precision Cutting Services take every possible precaution to assess the property beforehand and use all means necessary to leave it in as good a state as we found it in – minus a tree, of course.
As we already mentioned, we use special pressure-dissipating mats under our trucks, to avoid leaving tracks in soil. During the tree removal process, our technicians will carefully remove large branches, one at a time, to lower tree weight and reduce falling impact.
We load the branches and the trunk on a truck using special lifting cranes; after the tree has been removed, we also do stump grinding and removal.
When to Have a Tree Removed:
Trees are large and long-lived organisms, and cutting one down isn’t a decision made lightly. Some property owners choose to remove trees for aesthetic and landscaping reasons, in order to increase property value. Often, tree removal is a matter of safety – dead or dying trees, as well as trees that have structural weaknesses, are ticking time bombs that could collapse and cause damage or injury, and should be dealt with beforehand. This is especially important in areas that are susceptible to storms or hurricanes – if you have trees on your property that you suspect may be unsafe, don’t wait until a major weather event brings a tree crashing through your roof – have them looked over by our arborists to see if they need to be trimmed or cut down.
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