Trees are some of the most beautiful parts of Suffolk County’s landscape. Many people don’t notice just how much they add to the scenery. This is why whenever we have the opportunity to prevent a tree from being removed, we do so. There are other unavoidable instances where your tree has to come down. This is usually for safety reasons or because your tree(s) is sick or dying.
Storm damage: to your tree(s), this may include factors such as wind, snow, ice and rain.
Tree Disease: Sometimes trees look great on the outside, but on the inside, they’re rotting away and pose a significant risk toward the people and objects around them.
Constructions reasons: If you’re looking to add an extension to your home or need to clear land, your trees will most certainly need to come down.
We provide these inspections if you decide you’d like us to provide residential or commercial tree removal for you. Our arborist will go through your entire property and pin point problem trees which may be a liability to your home or business. We look at the overall appearance, structure and health to decide what may need structural support or what needs to be removed.
So you’d like to keep your tree. Well we’ve got good news; in many cases this is fully possible. We provide a service known as cabling and bracing which can fix most structural tree issues. It involves installing steel rods and cables around a tree to maintain and improve structural support behind a tree. This is a great, safe alternative toward removing your tree. It will also help prevent future damage to storms from wind, snow, ice, and rain.