This week, the Giroud Crew removed a large, hazardous Maple tree from a property in Jenkintown. Giroud Arborist, Rob Nagy, evaluated the tree and determined that it was unsafe and needed to be taken down ASAP. However, the homeowners recently installed a new patio, and the tree provided shade on hot summer days.
We’ve already had some pretty wild storms this summer, and the Giroud Crew has been all over the area cleaning up storm damage. Summer storms can catch us off guard, but one way to avoid storm damage is to have your trees pruned. Cleaning out deadwood and creating a better airflow through the crown will…
This hazardous Oak tree removal in Philadelphia was complicated. Located right next to power lines and on a busy street, the tree removal required a road closure and PECO shutting down the lines. With the help of a large crane and strategic set-up, David Walker, Giroud Tree Climber, sets the ropes in the tree for take down while on the ground, Todd Brown, Giroud Groundsperson, and Doug Muth, Giroud Tree Care Manager, keep things moving swiftly on the ground. Photos captured by Rob Nagy, Giroud Arborist.
Pear trees have been known to get too heavy for themselves, and if not pruned regularly, there could be some serious damage even with a mild wind storm.
See what Giroud Arborist, Drew Slousky, says on how to avoid a disaster in this quick video