Past Project Gallery Tech removal. Pictured here is Conor atop a large fir tree. We shut down a lane of traffic to perform this removal. There is no job too large or technical. This job was for the City of Port Townsend. This is a heritage Chinese Elm tree that was protected during a road expansion project. We lifted the canopy off the road and reduced the weight of the failure prone limbs. This is an example of continued education. In the foreground you can see insurments called Resistographs. These insurments are used to test trees for decay. This is an example of how we stay on the cutting edge of tree care. Through continued education and a constant search for new knowledge we can provide you with the best solutions for your trees. Tech removal. Pictured here is Conor atop a large fir tree. We shut down a lane of traffic to perform this removal. There is no job too large or technical. This photo series shows one of many rigging techniques we use to remove trees. This photo series shows one of many rigging techniques we use to remove trees. This photo series shows one of many rigging techniques we use to remove trees. This is a picture of a failed Douglas Fir. This tree came down in a large wind storm that occurred in late November. The tree required a 55 ton crane from Accurate Angle Crane Co. and a ton of ingenuitive rigging to bring it down in a safe manner. We offer storm damage and emergency services. This tree suffered from root rot which caused the failure. Poor genetics caused this tree to require removal. A large Sequoia with multiple tops was removed due to the inherent weak attachment of the two stems. This tree was 8' from two houses. Preparing the chains to lift this massive piece of wood took care. The diameter of the tree at the height of the climber is 7'!! This image was taken of a heritage Bur Oak tree in the Twin Cities. Conor was flown out to do an aerial inspection and crown analysis of these two beautiful specimens. Consultation and recommendations for rehabilitation were given in a consultation report for the HOA. Beautiful fall color in the Twin Cities! What a beautiful day - the City of St Paul does an excellent job of hiring ISA Certified Arborist's to do their work. Trees are an asset and should be cared for by a professional! This is a removal of a Giant Sequoia tree in Port Angeles. This tree removal project was required due to excessive canopy loss in a storm related incident. Pictured here - Conor makes adjustments to the cables required to lift the large wood out of the clients yard. This tree removal project required a crane to remove the damaged tree. This is another shot from the Grand Fir cabling job. you can get a sense of the complexity of the installation from this view. Pictured here Conor and Mick put the final touches on the prop for the Ponderosa Pine tree. Crane removal of large Maple tree. Similar to grand fir this maple tree's roots were damaged during excavation process. Tree roots are important to think about when digging. Trees have feeder roots that extend 3 times the diameter of the canopy! An additional shot of the Elwha Tribe Grand Fir crane removal. The crane was used to expedite the removal process and keep wood in large format (long lengths) for repurposing by the tribe.