Progression of a very tricky big Pine removal -- the road & traffic, utility wires, a building, small drop-zone, and hillside all added up to a challenging job.
Pushing back the woods is a common theme here in NH; big removals around the perimeter makes way for more light, air, and the space for a soon-to-be finished parking zone.
Big impact before & after, and a load of wood to the neighbor's outdoor boiler to boot!
The taming of a wild old apple.
Play-by-play of a Maple removed from the corner of a house; utility wires from the street criss-crossing the drop zone, so we had to lower a lot of material.
Lakeside ornamentals pruned for height reduction and improved structure & future growth.
Vista work for ocean views. And yes, we went back up for that last scraggly tuft!
Storm damage clean-up, and future damage prevention
The removal of two leaning birch stems over this house made a huge difference.
Magnolia tree restorative prune. Less chaos, more vigor, more light.
The house above had really been hiding behind the enormous hemlock.
Notice the Solar panels mounted on the house? We removed the the large leader (secondary trunk) from a giant, multi-stemmed tree to get them more sun power.
An urban backyard removal of these two declining (unhealthy) hemlocks opens up the yard to more blue sky!
We gave this apple tree a bit more shape and interior space/light: for health, for picking ease, for future fruit productivity.
Two perspectives of a Norway Maple tree that got a big "Lift," taking it away from two houses and freeing it from electrical lines.
This sequence shows the removal of a Maple tree that was overhanging power lines, a driveway, and leaning towards the house.
A huge Ash gets pruned to allow more backyard light, and fence-line maples get removed. Before & Afters from two angles.
North Conway vista work, involving both topping and felling trees, reveals a beautiful mountainscape.
Click on the pictures to get a full view of the Before & After for this beautiful fairway Oak.