A before view of the tree along with
a description of what needs to be done and why.
A view of the inside of the canopy from the climbers perspective.
A walkthrough of the finished product.
What we really say & why.
A few of the ways we keep safe while climbing trees.
Insight on the safety provided by a bucket truck and required while using a bucket truck.
A quick look at how and why we install synthetic cables.
A little bit of extra care makes a world of difference. here is just one of the ways we stand out and how our tree clean outs last longer.
A closer look at a cut off section of an improper cut.
Before climbing each and every tree we check all of our equipment to ensure a safe work environment.
We throw a throw weight and a throw line in the canopy of a tree On an obviously secure point and then use that to transfer our climbing lines so we can safely climb up the tree without any risk of falling
A light intro into the harness I wear and how I climb up a tree safely. The hardest part is climbing up afterwards its a lot of fun working
Climbing spikes are sharpened steel spikes attached to the climber’s leg by leather straps and padded supports. A tree worker should only use them to access trees being removed.
Faster Than Lead Down Range
Sure we could have used pole saws and ladders. The ability to work from above and around the crown allow us to make really tight cuts without missing a thing.