This week the tree crew had their hands full with 67 forty-foot trees needing to be removed from a suburban home’s property line.
This home was almost entirely enclosed by a barrier of trees. Offering plenty of privacy and shade, they made the house feel nestled in. No doubt a part of the property’s identity for the neighborhood. The homeowner made the decision to have the trees taken out to make way for a pool installation.
The job was pretty straightforward and flowed with a steady pace of drop, saw, mulch. Needless to say, there was an abundance of mulch. So trips to unload were frequent. When working in tighter areas, such as around the home and sheds, more precise saw work was required making the job a little more interesting. Taking our time and carefully planning our moves, we scaled and took piece by piece until we safely cleared every trunk.
Once this wall of trees was completely gone, there was a new life to the house and yard. Letting in light and warmth it hadn’t seen in over a decade. Certainly making way for a new pool that can sun light and be free of falling needles.