Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Progressive tree work

Last week I had Dan Oliver make several Ponderosa pine trees into snags by removing most of there crowns.  The goal was to reduce the risk of wind and snow damage for the tree with multiple tops, reduce pitch drip in one tree infested with Sequoia pitch moth, open up the sky were several trees were too close to the house.  One tree that was leaning toward a neighbor's hot tub was left for now.   Here are some photos of the house after the tree crowns have been removed.

view from sidewalk along street

view from side of customer's home toward golf course

view from customers lot toward house

view from golf course cart path (can you see the snags?)

another view from golf course cart path (once again can you see the snags?)