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Tree cutting

Tree felling is a delicate operation that must be carried out with care and professionalism. Whether it's for safety reasons, for the health of the tree, or to meet specific landscaping needs, our team is here to support you in this process.

Our arborists, trained at the Laval Horticultural Center, will protect your property and what is dear to you. Our cutting-edge techniques will allow you to sleep soundly.


Why Cut Down a Tree?


• Safety: Diseased, dead, or simply dangerous trees can pose a risk to people and surrounding structures.

• Tree Health: Sometimes, removal is necessary to prevent the spread of diseases or pests to neighboring trees. For example, when black knot is too advanced.

• Development: Removal may be necessary for the construction of new infrastructure or for creating open spaces.

The Wrong Tree in the Wrong Place: Sometimes, the choice of planting was not well considered and brings a host of problems. For example, planting a white pine under high voltage power lines.


Our Approach


Professional Assessment: Our experts evaluate the condition of the tree, its location, and potential risks to determine the most appropriate felling method.

Environmental Respect: We are committed to minimizing the impact of our operations on the environment and to promoting tree replanting whenever possible.

Modern Techniques: We use state-of-the-art techniques and equipment to ensure safe and efficient felling.

• When you entrust us with collection and cleanup, nothing is wasted. The chips will primarily serve as bedding for cows, be used as mulch, or be turned into compost. The wood will be converted into firewood or otherwise processed. At, nothing is sent to the landfill.

La vue lors d'un abattage d'arbre a Montréal
La chute d'un tronc lors de l'abattage.

Here is a list that can help us determine if a tree has a problem and might require felling or another intervention:

• Are there large dead branches in the tree?

• Are there broken branches hanging in the tree?

• Is there rot or cavities in the trunk or main branches?

• Are there fungi at the base of the tree?

• Are there cracks in the trunk or at the base of the branches?

• Have branches fallen from the tree recently?

• Have neighboring trees fallen or died?

• Does the trunk have a strong lean?

• Are several main branches coming out of the trunk at the same height?

• Have roots been broken or damaged by ground leveling, paving, or excavation work?

• Has the land undergone recent changes due to construction, raising of the ground level, or laying of sod?

• Have the leaves changed color prematurely or changed in size?

• Have trees been felled in nearby woodlands?

• Has the tree been topped or severely pruned?

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