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Just me here, but if the customer simply must try to save a tree for sentimental reasons that a seasoned pro thinks should be removed they should assume the lions share of risk to property.Thanks for the feedback.
This tree should have been taken down a long time ago. Why would you want that hanging over your house. That is crazy.
homeowner wants to keep the tree.... I'd say that is when you walk away from a job
That tree was well past its 'use-by' date!
so many cables should have been a clear sign that it was no longer safe. You don't cable and healthy tree.
About Arborist Blair Glenn and the educational, tree video collection.
These owners have been inviting disaster for many years. The only way to deal with it is to reduce the weight a small piece at a time while keeping the whole tree weight in balance. Yup, easier said than done.
the tree was there before the house, why build a house so close?
They waited 5 more yrs to finally remove the entire tree. Someone really loved that tree. All those cables, all that time it was falling to pieces. In the end nothing saved the tree, and the house could have been destroyed over their love for that tree.
I hope the burl wood found a good home. Damn, I never would have guessed 23K lbs.
Wow. What a nightmare for both home owner and you. You did a fantastic job, considering what you were up against from the start. Problems compounding other problems. I think I would have ran away, lol. ( And I bet you felt like walking away on several occasions. ) I was on edge throughout the entire video. Whew!!! You guys do amazing work and I commend you for all you do.
All I can say is, "Wow!" What a job! Thanks for sharing!
u should of talked them into taking the whole tree down. and making a cool carving, good curb appeal
So trees have cables, hmm. Never heard that expression regarding trees
you sir, are definitely not too old and you are doing an amazingingly good job. I have very little experience and knowledge compared to you, but I can tell you know what your doing and how to coordinate others to do what needs to be done. but you are correct when you say that it's hard work that most young people don't even want to try to do. however; there are still a few of us young people that do. I'm a recently separated from the military, but before that when I was even younger I worked with my father who owned/operated a small arborist company. I love to work with trees and would love to be able to go to school and start my own small business.
Remember folks, sometimes it's best to let dying tree go.
I'm not a tree expert......but I noticed on my acres of trees......
Blair such a Dammed if you do and Dammed if you don't, From Construction back ground the loads and potential load shifting without any way to control of judge just how much load will change is just a night mare, the only thing that could have been different is to have removed it before it got this bad, if only people listened more often when we say you really need to take those trees out now years before it gets this bad, but many don't listen. Amazing you would take on such a huge job good for you
Blair, you made a brave attempt here but to my non-expert eye, this tree was coming down no matter what precautions you could have taken. A slight puff of wind... a bird landing on it after a heavy luncheon... It was a job from hell.
By the look of the tree It need to be cut down when you started the work sad what a great looking tree,