Tree Removal Near Roads in Winchester, Virginia: What You Need to Know

When it comes to removing trees, there are certain considerations that must be taken into account. Old Town Tree & Landscaping LLC specializes in providing high-quality tree care and customer satisfaction. We understand that trees must be removed for many different reasons, such as when they exceed the allotted area and become too difficult to manage, when they need to be authorized for new construction, or when they are dead, dying, or sick. No tree is too big or too small for us to safely remove.

When the certified arborist recommends tree removal and approves it through a permit, the permit holder will provide a list of suitable trees and shrubs and a landscape plan to replace the removed vegetation to the inspector or local government official for review and approval before issuing the permit. Selective thinning according to specifications or the removal of unsightly vegetation on an individual basis will be allowed to improve the health and growth of the best trees or eliminate road hazards, if recommended by the certified arborist who supervises the work and is approved by the department or a local government official. When it comes to removing trees near roads in Winchester, Virginia, there are certain safety protocols that must be followed. The use of irons or spurs to climb any tree that is not going to be removed is strictly prohibited, unless they are used to rescue a climber.

Tree pruning shall only be performed by qualified forestry workers who, through related training or experience or both, are familiar with the techniques and hazards of tree work, including pruning, maintenance, repair or felling of trees, and the equipment used in such operations. The U. S. National Standards Institute (ANSI) Standard for Tree, Shrub, and Other Woody Plant Care Operations: Standard Practices: ANSI A300-1995 (in effect as of June 1, 1999), pruning, repair, maintenance, and removal of trees, and safety requirements for shrubbery: ANSI Z133.1-1994 (effective as of August 1, 1999), United States National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036 should also be consulted when removing trees near roads in Winchester.

Whenever possible, trees should be cut flush with the ground and stump treatment should be applied. Trees that are sick, damaged by insects, that are unsightly, or that pose a safety hazard can be removed when recommended by the certified arborist who oversees the work and approved by the department or a local government official. At Old Town Tree & Landscaping LLC we have the experience to safely and efficiently remove any tree. We understand that no two tree removal jobs are alike and we take all necessary precautions to ensure that your tree removal job is done safely and correctly.

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