Tree felling

Is a tree too close to the house and the interior gets too little light, or is a tree rotten and threatening to topple over in the next storm? Have the trees in the garden simply become too big over the years? Regardless of whether you want a tree completely removed or only partially pruned, I will be happy to take on this work - even if the tree felling is difficult.

This walnut tree was removed
This walnut tree was removed
Felling a willow tree
Felling a willow tree
Tree felling - Cedar before
Tree felling - Cedar before
Tree felling - cedar after
Tree felling - cedar after
Tree felling
Tree felling
Felling of a Douglas fir tree
Felling of a Douglas fir tree
Felling of a Douglas fir tree
Felling of a Douglas fir tree
 Felling a walnut tree
Felling a walnut tree
Storm damage repair
Storm damage repair
Felling an oak tree
Felling an oak tree

Tree felling photos

These photos show various trees being felled, e.g. a walnut tree that was standing between buildings and had to be removed. The spruce, which had grown too close to the road, could not be felled in one piece and therefore also had to be removed. The cedar was shading the house's solar system and had to be felled for this reason.

Tree felling - aspen
Tree felling - aspen
Tree felling - Pear
Tree felling - Pear
Felling - Aspen
Felling - Aspen
Tree felling - Douglas fir
Tree felling - Douglas fir
Felling - Douglas fir
Felling - Douglas fir