Do you have a tree that needs removed in Broadview Heights, Ohio? Seymour Tree Service specializes in the removal of large and hazardous trees. Our team of skilled climbers has extensive experience dealing with all kinds of difficult situations including limited access areas, nearby utility lines, and trees with extreme decay.
Our team of arborists is skilled in a variety of tree removal methods. We carefully assess each job to determine the safest and most efficient way to remove your trees:
Traditional removal involves removing branches individually. A climber, equipped with boot spurs, ropes, and a tree saddle, climbs the tree and cuts down branches as they go. When the climber reaches the top of the tree, they start cutting the trunk into pieces as they descend. Climbers usually drop the branches to the ground, but they can also be lowered to the ground with ropes if the tree is surrounded by plants and landscaping.
When traditional tree removal isn’t possible, we can also remove trees by crane. Our team is qualified in crane removals and we can provide either a 23-ton or a 40-ton crane to complete your job. Seymour Tree Services makes safety a priority by following all of the relevant ANSI and OSHA crane safety practices.
If your tree is in a relatively open area, sometimes it’s possible to take the entire tree down from its base. Tree felling is completely safe and extremely efficient when performed by experienced arborists. Felling is a fast and cost-efficient way to remove a tree if you need the job done quickly.
Let’s face it: Tree removal is a pain. Luckily, there are lots of ways to keep your trees happy and healthy. Here are a few tips to help you take care of your trees:
Your trees need regular maintenance to grow healthy and strong. Removing weak or diseased limbs makes your trees safer, healthier, and more attractive. You can do minor pruning yourself throughout the year, but consult a professional arborist before doing any major tree trimming. We can help you remove deadwood, elevate tree canopies, reduce crowns, and perform general thinning work.
Cleaning your mulch beds and adding a fresh layer of mulch to your trees every year has huge tree health benefits. Mulch helps retain soil moisture and suppresses weeds. It also improves your lawn’s overall aesthetics. Be careful not to use too much mulch, though. Using too much mulch can cause girdling roots and restrict the flow of water and nutrients to the tree.
There are tree sprays, soil injections, and fertilizers for various tree diseases and insect infestations. Like any sickness, you will have better outcomes if you treat the symptoms early. Monitoring the health of your trees now can help you avoid costly tree removals in the future. A certified arborist can help you diagnose a diseased tree and apply the treatments it needs.