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Stump Grinding

Removal of unwanted stumps by grinding them at least 10-12 inches below grade to allow for future planting.

Crown Thinning

Allow light to circulate more freely throughout the canopy. This type of pruning reinforces the structural integrity of your tree and looks beautiful.

Crown Raise

Raise the canopy of your tree to create clearance over structures and walkways.

Crown Reduction

Reduce the size of your tree's canopy by cutting the branches back and reducing the weight on the ends of them. This type of pruning helps prevent limbs from breaking.

Class I Prune

Involves pruning branches one-half inch or more in diameter. Removing deadwood, crossing, and diseased branches. It is recommended for premium quality work with an emphasis on aesthetics and structural integrity.

Class II Prune

Involves pruning branches one inch or more in diameter, and is recommended where aesthetic considerations are secondary to structural integrity and tree health. It leaves a tree looking natural and it is the most common option for residential and commercial properties.

Class III Prune

Is the removal of branches that could be hazardous to people or property and involves pruning branches two inches or more in diameter. This is the most economical class of pruning.

Full Tree Removal

Removal of hazardous or unwanted trees. 

Storm Damage Relief

Clean up of fallen trees, removal of hazardous trees or limbs. 

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