Ryan Rose

Tree Removal in Richland

The winds have really been blowing here in Richland.  With winds topping out at around 60 mph and even knocking down schools that are under construction, you can bet there are some downed trees in Kennewick needing removal.

Some of the basics of tree removal will include the following:

Stump Removal:  Even after you get rid of every other part of the tree such as the limbs and trunk, you will still have the stump.

Limb Chipping:  If you don’t have a fireplace for burning limbs, you will need them removed.  An alternative to removing them is having them chipped

Tree Trunk Removal:  We can either remove the trunk for you or at the very least cut it up into smaller, manageable pieces so you can do what you would like with it.

Log Splitting:  If you do have a fireplace, we can split the logs for you and leave you with some great wood to burn during the cold months.

Whether you have the equipment at home or even if you have a great neighbor, it’s going to take some time and effort to cut up the tree and get your home back in order.  With the holidays coming up, you may not have all the time you would like to get this done.  We at Top Tree LLC would be more than happy to do the heavy lifting for you.

Now, if you do not feel comfortable or simply don’t have the proper tools to do any tree removal, we are happy to do any of this work for you. Also, if you have multiple trees to remove or just don’t have the time to do it, we are here for you. We can handle all of your tree removal needs and maintenance in the Tri-Cities (Kennewick, Richland, Pasco) and even West Richland. We look forward to being your preferred tree removal service provider.

Tree Removal in Kennewick

The winds have really been blowing here in Kennewick.  With winds topping out at around 60 mph and even knocking down schools that are under construction, you can bet there are some downed trees in Kennewick needing removal.

Some of the basics of tree removal will include the following:

Stump Removal:  Even after you get rid of every other part of the tree such as the limbs and trunk, you will still have the stump.

Limb Chipping:  If you don’t have a fireplace for burning limbs, you will need them removed.  An alternative to removing them is having them chipped

Tree Trunk Removal:  We can either remove the trunk for you or at the very least cut it up into smaller, manageable pieces so you can do what you would like with it.

Log Splitting:  If you do have a fireplace, we can split the logs for you and leave you with some great wood to burn during the cold months.

Whether you have the equipment at home or even if you have a great neighbor, it’s going to take some time and effort to cut up the tree and get your home back in order.  With the holidays coming up, you may not have all the time you would like to get this done.  We at Top Tree LLC would be more than happy to do the heavy lifting for you.

Now, if you do not feel comfortable or simply don’t have the proper tools to do any tree removal in Kennewick, we are happy to do any of this work for you. Also, if you have multiple trees to remove or just don’t have the time to do it, we are here for you. We can handle all of your tree removal needs and maintenance in the Tri-Cities (Kennewick, Richland, Pasco) and even West Richland. We look forward to being your preferred tree removal service provider.

How To Cut: Part Three

1428174_22265680Safety equipment: Work Gloves

Work gloves made of leather or synthetic material are always a good idea. You will be handling rough wood that at the very least will give you splinters. Many plants, such as junipers, also leak sap that irritates the skin. Safety glasses should always be worn when you will be working inside or very close to a shrub, or working near a partner: it is very easy for the thin tips of branches to snap whiplike into your face.

Are the branches you’ll be working on too long or heavy? If you are about to prune a tree or large shrub, you will encounter branches that are heavy. One sign of this is the wood bows towards the ground before or while you cut. If this describes what you’re working on, one cut won’t hack it. You must use a preliminary cut to relieve the weight before your final pruning cut.

If using pruners, get the branch as deep between the blades as you can before making your cut. You will get the most leverage, and the strongest cut, by using this method. You will be tempted to use just the tips of the blades to cut because it is faster, but this is hard on your hands and dulls the tool faster.

Now, if you do not feel comfortable or simply don’t have the proper tools to do any tree maintenance, we are more than happy to do any of this work for you. Also, if you have multiple trees to remove or just don’t have the time to do it, we are here for you. We can handle all of your tree maintenance needs and services in the Tri-Cities (Kennewick, Richland, Pasco) and even West Richland. We look forward to being your preferred tree maintenance provider.

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