Difficult Tree Removal

Sometimes taking a tree down isn’t as easy as it would seem. It can be complicated by the overall health and stability of the tree, the density of the tree, and of course the location. This video shows one of the ways to overcome difficult tree removal.

The tree in the video was an ash tree. The sad reality is that the emerald ash borer has devastated ash tree populations across North America. Unfortunately, London, Ontario was not immune to this invasive species either. This particular ash tree was problematic though, as it was located in the homeowner’s backyard and was inaccessible to not only our trucks, but also our crew. There was no causeway or side yard to access the backyard. Going through the garage was not an option. But the tree needed to be to come down.

The solution – CLC Tree Services brought in a crane.

The crane solved the dilemma of how to get not only the trunk out of the backyard, but also all the branches. CLC Tree Services always makes a point of cleaning up all tree debris created during a job. Calvin cut sections of the brittle tree and hooked them to the crane, which then lifted them over the house to be processed by the crew. Our chipper awaited to finish what Calvin started. By day’s end, the tree was gone.

Not all tree removal jobs are this difficult, but even when a tree is located in less than ideal locations, we are still up to the job. Contact CLC Tree Services today for all of your difficult tree removals.


About CLCtreeservices

CLC Tree Services has been providing premiere tree services to London and the surrounding area since 1988. We focus on providing tree services to residential, commercial, property owners and property management agencies. We have the desire, knowledge and equipment to solve all difficult tree problems.
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4 Responses to Difficult Tree Removal

  1. Jason Devi says:

    Great thinking bring in a crane to safely get the tree out!

    • Thanks Jason. In difficult settings we always assess the tree and surroundings space before making a plan. We do what’s best for the tree, surrounding buildings, and our crew to keep everything and everyone safe.

  2. ericrynne says:

    I got to see a Tree Removal the other day and I was pretty impressed. I definitely couldn’t do it with my fear of heights ha ha!

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