Seymour Tree Service has the experience and necessary equipment to safely handle even the most challenging jobs. That’s why we are the right choice for you!
We specialize in the removal of large and hazardous trees. Our team of skilled climbers have extensive experience in dealing with all types of difficult situations such as limited access areas, nearby utility lines, and trees with extreme decay.
Removal should be considered if your tree is:
- dead, decaying, insect-infested or diseased
- causing an obstruction or hazard
- damaging nearby trees or vegetation
- interfering with new construction
Your trees can represent up to 10% of your property’s value and, in addition, contribute to the beauty and atmosphere of your home. We can help you identify what type of service is needed.
- Deadwood Removal – removal of dead, dying, diseased,crowded, and weak branches from the crown of the tree
- Elevating Canopy (Raise Limbs) – removal of lower branches from a tree in order to provide clearance for homes, vehicles, pedestrians, and views
- Crown Reduction (NOT topping) – includes selectively reducing the size, height or spread of a tree by pruning back the leaders and branch terminal to the lateral branches
- Thinning – includes the selective removal of branches to increase light penetration and air movement through the crown
Specialized equipment is used to grind stumps and sometimes roots down to well below the surface of the soil. Leaving a stump in place affects the aesthetics of your property, makes it difficult to maintain the lawn and attracts insects.
Seymour Tree Service is very particular about cleaning up after a job. Chipping brush, raking, collecting and piling debris are included in most standard services. Additional cleanup services include filling with topsoil, hauling stump grindings, and stacking wood.
We sometimes recommend cabling a tree to stabilize weak limbs which will prevent property damage. Flexible steel cable is installed to support the limbs and limit movement. Proper pruning when a tree is young will reduce the need for cabling when it matures.