Bucket Trucks For Tree Work
With bucket trucks for tree work no job is too hard or unreachable. Our bucket-on-a-crane vehicle gives us the ability to get close-up to growth that will come down, while protecting those you choose to leave standing. It is especially useful when storm damage has landed a branch on the roof of a home or commercial property; or if one tree has been uprooted and it leaning against others. It can be essential to getting rid of limbs that are interfering with power, telephone and cable lines; and for trimming and pruning mature, tall trees.
Bucket trucks for tree work are part of our extensive fleet available for any of our services
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The right equipment can equal the work of six men
Our use of aerial trucks and a skilled professional in the bucket – with chainsaws – means you get your job completed professionally and safely. In addition, we have a Bobcat to get the debris piled up and removed. Finally, for dangerous tree removal we have a commercial-grade crane truck to lift even the largest tree safely off and away.
Why do we use bucket trucks for tree work?
- It is faster, saving you money; it is part of what enables us to keep the lowest prices in the Richmond area. With one of the crew up in the bucket, he begins strategically removing branches from the bottom to the top of the tree.
- Bringing down the main trunk depends on what is nearby. If it is an open field, our crew will make a series of precise cuts near the bottom. Bucket trucks for tree work enable the attachment of lines that guide the falling trunk. Often the tree can not be cut from the bottom, and is sawed into sections and lowered to the ground to protect buildings nearby or other hardwoods.
- It is also important to have bucket trucks for tree work that involves a dead tree. They are so brittle it would be unsafe to send up our tree climbers. Safety first is always our pledge, to people and property as well as to our valued, skilled staff.
Bucket trucks for tree work following a bad storm
Often, branches that have been split by wind or ice end up threatening utility lines. Our crew trimming trees near power lines use industry-standard precautions. Once again, their safety is paramount to us. The crane-and-bucket vehicle is also essential when large branches have landed on a roof. If the roofing was breached, you don’t want people climbing on it, for fear of doing even more damage. The bucket worker attaches wires and the crane lifts the debris. Our dangerous tree crane truck may also be used in situations like this.
- We have years of experience with insurance claims work, and will be your advocate with insurance adjusters to get the settlement you deserve. Some insurance companies can be sticklers about paying for tree service. We know the ins and outs and what information they need to accept your claim.
In our historic area, there are mature trees that reach 100 feet tall. This is another reason we have invested in bucket trucks for tree work. If the top is out of the range of the bucket, it can raise a tree climber closer to the top safely. In these cases, small sections of trees may have to be cut first and lowered to the ground.
We are one of the few local tree services using bucket trucks for tree work
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We use bucket trucks for tree work in Richmond, Chesterfield, Midlothian, Henrico, Glen Allen, Chester, Powhatan, Hanover, and Bon Air.