Trees aren’t just a beautiful addition to the streets of Edmonton. Spruces, oaks, elms, and the other species that call the city home play an important role in the area’s eco system, creating oxygen for us to breathe, providing homes for our wildlife, and giving us natural resources to cultivate. But they’re only capable of these tasks when they’re in good health. It’s important for homeowners across the city and the Greater Edmonton Area to take care of the trees on their properties. Unfortunately, sometimes it’s not meant to be, and they can succumb to caustic environments, invasive diseases, extreme weather, and even old age. When you’ve realized you have a dead or dying pine or elm, you need to find an Edmonton tree stump removal company.
A dead or dying ash (for example) isn’t just an eye sore. They can be incredibly dangerous, as the ash itself loses stability at this stage in its life. It can cause damage to property and injury to persons, so it’s important to contact the top tree removal Edmonton has to offer as soon as you notice anything unusual. Not every company can offer a safe or effective service, so be on the lookout for ISA-certified services, like Chipps Tree Care, that only employ highly skilled and experienced arborists. This certification will ensure the professionalism and safety of their work.
Considering the inherent risks of dead and dying pines, spruces, or elms, safety is a priority for all of those involved. The Chipps Tree Care tree experts in Edmonton take care to use the latest techniques to improve the safety of the process. Using secure rigging systems, they won’t let falling branches damage your property. These methods also guarantee its removal has the lowest impact on both the tree and the surrounding area.
Once removed, you can’t forget about the stump. If left in the ground, it can be a frustrating addition to your property. It can even be a hazard! Visitors may trip over it, and you’ll have difficulty maneuvering the lawn mower around it. It’s better to let the company you’ve chosen to grind the stump until it’s low enough to replant grass over it.
In the 3 – 4 weeks it takes for the grass to grow, you’ll have no evidence of the unsightly dead or dying elm or oak that once was on your property. The entire process won’t take very long, providing that you find an experienced and trained team of arborists. Only they have the correct certification and the appropriate equipment to get the job done efficiently and safely.