We specialize in removing large and hazardous trees. Our experienced climbers possess the most advanced techniques and necessary skills for safely removing trees in the most difficult situations including areas with restricted access, power lines, and buildings.
When tree removal is necessary:
- Trees affected by death, disease, and decay
- Interference or overcrowding
- Construction clearance
Tree/Shrub Pruning- removing live stems and branches to structure orientation, spacing, growth rate, strength of attachment, and ultimate size of branches and stems. Preventative maintenance is important for young trees as well. Taking care of minor concerns prevents unhealthy growth and more costly measures in the future.
Crown Thinning - the selective removal of live branches to reduce density and increase light penetration and air movement throughout the crown.Thinning also helps prevent disease and reduces the risk for future storm damage.
Crown Cleaning - the selective removal of dead, diseased, detached, and broken branches. Crown cleaning minimizes the spread of decay, insects, and diseases from affected tissue to the healthy portions of the tree. It also reduces falling deadwood which can be potentially hazardous in strong winds.
Deadwood Removal - removal of dead, dying, diseased, crowded, and weakly attached branches from the crown of the tree.
Canopy Elevation - removal of lower branches from a tree in order to increase clearance for pedestrians, buildings, vehicles, and views.
Crown Reduction -pruning back the leaders and branch terminal to the lateral branches to reduce the size, height or spread of a tree.
Crown Restoration - removing selective branches, stubs and sprouts that have been damaged to due storms, vandalism, topping or heading.
We grind stumps 10"-12" below the ground's surface to make way for replanting after the removal of trees and shrubs. Our state of the art equipment is small and lightweight, yet efficient and does not need to be towed by a truck, eliminating the potential for unnecessary lawn damage.
Cabling / Bracing
Some trees need additional support due to poor growth habits, overextended limbs or storm damage. By bracing or cabling, we can help limit the movement of the tree's weak areas to prevent further damage and direct healthier growth. We can diagnose quickly and are skilled in determining the best plan of action for all tree types, problems, and weaknesses.
We are fully equipped with state of the art equipment to handle the clearing
of new developments, easements, and subdivisions. Whether doing new construction, renovations, or clearing for a pasture, our teams of experienced woodsmen make small or large jobs run efficiently giving us the ability to always keep a competitive edge. We work with many builders, developers, and contractors in the area and have built a reputation for excellence n in workmanship, fast turn-around time, and competitive pricing.
Emergency Service / Storm Damage
When you need help fast, call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We usually arrive before your insurance representative! Arbor Master Tree Service always gives precedence to emergency work and storm damage cleanup. If a tree falls on your property, we have the experience, equipment, skills and staff to get it out of the way quickly and safely.
Arbor Master Tree Service can regularly inspect your trees for common hazards that may directly impact the safety of you and your property:
- Proximity to utility lines/structures
- Broken or partially detached limbs
- Potential root structure damage due to construction or other grading
Specialty Tree Service Work
Arbor Master Tree Service works with The Department of Natural Resources, Municipalities, Communities, Golf Courses, Builders and Land Developers.