Tree Care


Caring for the trees on your property is what we do. Recognizing and reducing tree hazards not only increases the safety of your property and that of your neighbours, but also improves the trees health so you may enjoy their shade for years to come.

We offer the following services;

  • Examine the health of your trees
  • Proximity to roof or foundations
  • Provide branch trimming
  • Provide a strategy of tree care

Tree Cabling

Cabling and bracing does not repair a hazard tree, but when done correctly, it can extend the time a tree or its parts are safe. We do not recommend cabling or bracing as treatment for a hazard tree unless the tree has significant personal or landscape value.

Dead Wooding

Dead wood is dead trees, or large dead branches. Dead wood is often dry and brittle. It can’t bend in the wind like a living tree or branch. Dead trees and branches are unpredictable and can break and fall at any time potentially causing damage to your property.

Dead wooding
Tree Trimming (excluding hedges, etc.)

Not all trees need trimming to the same degree. In the forest, trees shed their branches naturally due to shading. Trees are trimmed to remove deadwood, or to raise the canopy farther off the ground to allow the free flow of air through the tree to reduce insect and disease attack. Tree trimming is done as trees grow, protruding into unwanted areas such as over buildings, driveways, pools, etc.


Many thanks Glenn, Ray and Crew for a very professional job performed on my property yesterday. Starting last week when Glenn showed up within hours of contacting him for an estimate, to yesterday when everyone showed up promptly at 8:30 am for work, completed by 3:00 pm, the entire experience was amazing. Everyone was friendly, hard working and obviously well trained. The work was done exactly as agreed, plus the Crew went well above and beyond to satisfy, including a full clean-up of the property. I have absolutely no hesitation in recommending your company to anyone requiring any kind of tree servicing.

Thanks again!
Chris Holsgrove