Walkthrough of the Tree Service Process From Start to Finish
The tree removal process varies depending on the type, size, and location of the tree. An arborist will consider these factors when determining the most appropriate tree removal technique. A team of four tree removalists undertakes most tree removal projects. Two climbers and two ground crew members. The tree service process is as follows:
The arborist begins by assessing the tree and its surrounding. The tree removalists then prepare for hazards such as rotting branches or obstacles like electric cables.
They also remove all property that could be damaged. The climbers then scale the tree using special equipment and set up the required lines. Once everything is set, the climbers rope the branches and begin to dissemble the canopy.
After the canopy is successfully removed, the ground crew loads the waste into a truck using a bobcat. The climbers then chop the trunk into sections and lower the chunks to the ground using ropes. The tree removal crew clears the debris by loading it onto the trunk. If it is safe to remove the stamp, the crew removes it and clears all the debris. Want a visual illustration of this process? Click on the link above.