Tree removal is a specialized service that requires specific tools, from technical lowering equipment to bucket trucks and climbers.
Let us assess your trees' specific needs to ensure the safety of your property, surrounding structures, and our safety. Whether it is for cosmetic, problematic trees, home additions, dead or dying trees, or evasive root damage to your property, tree removal can be a necessary process to ensure employee, personal, or commercial property safety and future structural protection.
& LIMB REMOVAL
We specialize in Hazardous Takedowns and High-Risk Limb Removal. From unsafe limbs surrounding high-traffic walkways to limbs that have grown over your roof or driveways, we have the knowledge, experience, and proper equipment to handle any job big or small.
We recommend regular tree maintenance every 1 to 3 years! However, to ensure safety to you and your property, schedule a FREE tree consultation annually. Tree Pruning is a necessary step to maintain healthy growth patterns and the longevity of your tree. Tree Pruning ranges from removing dead or dying limbs and problematic limbs to thinning, healthy crown height reductions, and uplifts.
A large stump in the middle of your property can be a real eyesore. Our professional (and well maintained) stump grinder cuts right through that stump and removes it quickly and cleanly. Give us a call today to get a free estimate.
Many tree removal projects are for fire safety and you can contact your fire protection agency for permitting and a complete defensible space evaluation. The Living with Fire Guide for the Lake Tahoe Basin is the authoritative guide for vegetation management and wildfire preparedness on properties in the Tahoe Basin. All environmental and fire agencies in the Region agree on the recommendations in this guide, which is published by the University of Nevada, Cooperative Extension. A list companies that do tree removal, defensible space, and landscaping work in the Tahoe Basin and have attended TRPA’s annual contractor workshop is available here.