Log Processing West Bank BC
Log Processing West Bank BCAction Tree has respect for our trees and the significance that they have in our lives; By reprocessing and salvaging lumber wherever we can as well as leavening the smallest of footprints as possible.
Specializing in Difficult Tree Removal Situations.
In Partnership with WorkSafeBC, Action Tree Service is the only Canadian company permitted to lift an Arborist into a tree using a crane.
We've proven that using a crane in this way is a much more productive way to guarantee the safety of our employees.
Because Action Tree are leaders in the arboriculture industry, we have an ongoing relationship with WorkSafe BC.
Through this partnership procedures for this safe work process are reviewed and re-written.
With our own fleet of cranes and equipment even the most difficult jobs are made easy.
Why Hire an Arborist to perform tree services? Arborists are trained and experienced in the care of individual trees.
Choosing to hire an arborist is one of importance.
Healthy and cared-for trees look good and can add increased value to a property.
But trees that lack the right care and attention can become a hazard to buildings and people.
Properly caring for trees is a good investment to make and hiring a professional like Action Tree will help.
The expertise and safe work practices of a certified arborist ensures the best results.
When looking for a tree care provider in Kelowna look no further than Action Tree.
What specialized equipment does your company have? We have the most advanced fleet of tree pruning and removal equipment including: Stump Grinders, High Powered Chippers, Boom Trucks and even Cranes.
Commercial Tree Service We are proud to be working with some of the Okanagan Valley's largest public and private sector organizations and corporations.
We offer our tree care, tree removal and arborist services to all sizes of commercial businesses.
Tree Removal and More Action Tree Services can tackle any job you have, any tree, anywhere.
We are locally owned and operated and have grown significantly over the past 25 years; today we own the region's most advanced fleet of tree pruning and removal equipment.
Often a tree gets to the point where it is needed to say goodbye to it.
It can be an agonizing option to make, but sometimes the tree gets too near your home, gets too diseased, gets an incurable problem of some bug, or grows too tall and gets close to a power line.
If any of these things take place, its finest to do the right thing and eliminate the tree.
Although you may have invested hours and hours getting the tree to where it is today, it is practically wrong to the tree to permit it to suffer in bad conditions.
Often a tree specifies where it is necessary to bid farewell to it.
It can be an uncomfortable option to make, but often the tree gets too near your house, gets too diseased, gets an incurable infestation of some insect, or grows too high and gets close to a power line.
If any of these things occur, its best to do the ideal thing and eliminate the tree.
Although you may have invested hours and hours getting the tree to where it is today, it is almost unethical to the tree to permit it to suffer in bad conditions.
Once you have made the option to eliminate the tree, you require to plan its removal.
I can't start to count the number of windows I've seen knocked out or vehicles I've seen crushed because of bad preparation in the tree elimination process.
Choose what instructions you desire it to fall, and properly determine to make certain it will fall entirely clear of anything else that it might perhaps trigger damage to.
When you have the falling direction planned, you should climb the tree and connect 2 long ropes near the top.
Anchor them on the opposite side of the one that you want it to fall towards.
This will permit you to change the direction the tree is being lowered in, simply in case it begins leaning towards anything it could destroy.
Now that you've taken all the necessary preventative measures, you are ready to start slicing.
If you intend on using a by hand run saw or axe, please step back and consider how crazy that is.
Chopping down a tree by hand will take you permanently, and will not even start to be as precise as using a chainsaw.
If you do not have a chainsaw, you shouldn't even think about doing it without one.
Ask around with your neighbors and see if anybody has one that you could obtain.
If that doesn't work, rent or buy one from your regional house improvement shop.
Before you begin slicing away at the tree, you must use correct eye and face protection in case any wood chips fly towards your eyes.
I had a buddy who blinded his ideal eye while cutting down a tree, so I hope all of my readers do not make the exact same error as he did.
Whenever you run a power tool, always make certain to use appropriate security for any exposed parts of your body.
When making it, you do not want to just cut a straight line into the tree.
It is best to cut a sideways "V" into the tree.
This is since if you cut the straight line, the tree will wind up rolling to one side or the other.
If you cut in a "V", the tree will be able to fall in the exact direction that you want it to fall.
Sometimes it might be a couple of feet off due to human mistake during the cutting process, however if you have some strong buddies pull on the ropes you tied, you can line it back up with the course you desired it to take.
The entire procedure shouldn't take more than an hour.
Removal of the stump can be a little harder.
You have several choices; you can lease a stump chipper that will totally damage the visible section of the stump.
Or you can invest many hours digging it out.
Digging out the stump is far more thorough, however takes forever.
If you have kids this should not be an issue.
Kids often find the idea of digging enjoyable, and are excited to go outdoors and dig all day with their friends.
This was the method I utilized, and I had the whole stump out within a week.
Keep in mind that my stump was about 1 foot in diameter, and digging probably won't work for stumps much larger than that.
Sometimes a tree gets to the point where it is necessary to say goodbye to it.
It can be an uncomfortable choice to make, but often the tree gets too close to the house, gets too diseased, gets an incurable problem of some bug, or grows too high and gets close to a power line.
If any of these things occur, its best to do the best thing and get rid of the tree.
You might have invested hours and hours getting the tree to where it is today, it is almost dishonorable to the tree to enable it to suffer in bad conditions.
When making the cut, you do not want to just cut a straight line into the tree.