ProMark Tree Service is hard at work. This is a very large Siberian Elm tree that we are removing for Silver Springs Martin Luther School in Plymouth Meeting, PA. The trees were in advance state of failure and we needed to utilize our crane for the removal. There is also a sister tree that’s about 50 yards away. It was a difficult removal as these trees were in very close proximity to a building on the property. This tree is probably upwards of 60 years old.
These photos really show the skill, teamwork, safety and knowledge of our crews. Everyone has a specific job to be done in order to safely and correctly remove these trees. While we may think that the removal of trees is fairly easy, at least the crew makes it look that way, there is A LOT that goes into this. From climbing to correctly securing the tree to start the removal process. Then piece by piece the limbs are removed and chipped to haul away. Once the tree is removed, the stump will be ground to leave the scene as if the tree never existed.
Here at ProMark Tree Service we know that while we might HATE to remove beautiful, old trees that have meaning and stories that date back generations, the quality and safety of the tree might have a different plan. All we can do is look back at pictures and just remember all memories that particular tree brought to us.