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Tree Removal

We pride ourselves in removing trees in a careful and efficient manner, minimizing damage to your landscape.

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Tree Pruning

The reasons for tree pruning may include, but are not limited to, reducing risk, maintaining or improving tree health and structure, improving aesthetics, or satisfying a specific need. Pruning practices for agricultural (fruit), horticultural production, or silvicultural purposes are exempt from this standard.

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Cabeling and Bracing

Supplemental support systems are used to provide additional support or limit movement of a tree or tree part. 

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Stump Removal

Stumps can be an unsightly blemish on an otherwise stately landscape. Let us help you restore your property to its full glory by grinding them out so you can replant or otherwise make full use of your yard 

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Emergency Storm Work

We can quickly and safely remove downed trees and limbs from your home, vehicle or other property. Please call, if you reach us after hours just leave a message and we will return your call as soon as possible. (423)718-9775

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Brush CHipping

Were happy to come and chip your clean brush pile.  Were sorry but we cannot chip piles with dirt or metal in them. Nor do we haul off trash.

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Arborist Reports

Some cities require certified arborist reports to remove trees in their city limits. We offer a basic arborist report with photos after a site visit.

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Tree Preservation

Trees in urban environments are subject to many abuses that are not found in nature. Many times people fall in love with a tree and want to build their home near it and in the process unknowingly hurt or kill their tree.  We can help preserve your tree. the best results are obtained by developing a tree protection plan and implementing it before any construction takes place. Here are some of the things we recommend and can do for you.

  • Fencing of the tree-protection area
  • Placement of off-limits signs on these areas 
  • Minimize soil compaction  By limiting traffic and specifying tree protection zones (TPZ) much of the damage caused by heavy equipment can be minimized. mulching inside and outside the TPZ can help immensely 
  • Delay the planting of any new material until the construction is completed
  • Pre/post construction soil injections can provide a boost to the tree in these times of root stress