Austin, Texas – A top-rated tree removal company in Austin, Austin Tree Services has impressed a new customer after removing a tree safely without touching any of the neighboring utilities. The homeowner – Amara Helena – was impressed when the company also pulled out the stump from the ground and cleaned up the mess created by the entire procedure.
Describing her experience with Austin Tree Services to reporters, Amara Helena had the following to say, “The company's job did not leave any room for complaints. The job was to remove a tree and its stump in the front yard. They came and did the job quickly. They did a good job of cleaning up the mess.”
“To the company's team of tree cutting professionals in Austin,” said the Austin Tree Services CEO, “Tree removal is never complete until the stump has been pulled out. While in the beginning stumps may not look like a threat, they turn into hazards with time – this is often after they get covered with overgrowth which makes them invisible to those walking around. What's more, a tree stump can keep sending you to the repair shop when it wrecks your lawn maintenance gear. After pulling the tree stump out, the company's tree removal team always fills the hole with soil and levels the area before cleaning up.”
A company that has been helping homeowners with tree-related issues for the past 25+ years, Austin Tree Services is known for removing small and big trees safely. The company has made a name for itself in Austin – and neighborhoods like Leander, Lakeway, Bee Cave, Rolling Wood, West Lake Hills, The Hills, and Cedar Park – because of its ability to bring down complicated trees.
“The tree that Austin Tree Services brought down was not easy to remove,” said Amara Helena, “It was a dead 150-foot white pine that had already started decaying from the inside. The Austin tree removal team had to bring its A-game while handling the procedure. Even the slightest mistake could have made the tree’s weak wood structure break, forcing the tree to land on the house. The company, however, arrived with advanced tree maintenance tools that made the job much easier to handle.”
Reporters spoke with the Austin Tree Services CEO to determine how he managed to handle the tree removal of a decaying white pine without damaging a house standing just 5 feet from the tree.
During the interview, the CEO had the following to say, “When you cannot trust a tree’s wood structure to hold the weight of the tree during a tree removal procedure, you have to progressively reduce the weight as you work on bringing the tree down. Instead of cutting the white pine at the base and then assuming that it would fall as a whole tree – and in the right direction – the company's team of tree cutting professionals in Austin cut the tree down foot by foot from the top.”
The CEO called in his chief of field operations who was present during the pine tree removal procedure. The chief of field operations managed to give us all the intimate details about the project which took the company about 120 minutes to complete.
“The team started the pine tree removal procedure with tree pruning,” said the chief of field operations, “The company's Austin tree pruning team had to remove the crown to make the tree easier to manage. Then, using power-cutting tools, the tree removal team cut the first foot from the top and used the bucket truck and crane to bring it down. For about 2 hours, the team was cutting each foot from the tree and then bringing it down slowly. While this did take more time, it helped the team save the client’s property from damage.”
Austin Tree Services schedules its tree service procedures from its base at 5555 N Lamar Blvd #111, Austin, TX 78751, United States. Customers, however, can contact the company via +1 512-982-4843 and email@example.com.
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